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Metropolitan Museum Journal represents a richly illustrated study of well-known works in the Museum's collections, including pieces not on permanent display, selections from important exhibitions that have visited the Museum, and related works in other collections. Reflecting the breadth and depth of the Museum's encyclopedic collections, the Journal's range expands as the Museum grows.
Volume 32 features articles cataloguing a number of ancient objects in the collection—such as Roman figure-engraved glass, gold rings, and fibulae as well as Flemish harpsichords and virginals and a group of eighteenth-century Russian table snuffboxes—and essays revealing new research on the Museum's seventeenth-century reception room from Damascus and identifying the subjects in a portrait by Martin van Meyens the Younger and in an Italian portrait by Ippolito Buzio.
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Book Description Metropolitan Museum Of Art, 1997. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0226521281
Book Description Metropolitan Museum Of Art, 1997. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0226521281