Layah Ziaii-Bigdeli, an intern at The Met, discusses the sherds of Chinese ceramics found among the 9th–10th-century fragments excavated at Nishapur, Iran.
In this blog post, an intern in the Department of Islamic Art discusses the sherds of Chinese ceramics found among the 9th- and 10th-century fragments excavated at Nishapur, Iran.
"Shards" not sherds.
Nan Goldin on Julia Margaret Cameron: The photographer Nan Goldin was born on this day in 1953. In this episode of The Artist Project, she shares her affection for the work of Julia Margaret Cameron. ..
BugFest: If you haven't already, mark your calendars for this Saturday, September 16!
From 9am-7pm you can experience over 100 exhibits, crafts, games and activities. You'll also have the opportunit..
The objects in this gallery, dating from the reign of Louis XIV (1638–1715), are made of such precious materials as tropical woods, shells, and gilt bronze. Known as the Sun King, Louis was one of the..
The associate chief librarian of Watson Library takes a look back at his recent tour of Parisian libraries and archives as part of the Art Libraries Society of North America.