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Tea and coffee service ("Déjeuner Chinois Réticulé"), 1855–61  Sèvres Manufactory (French, 1740–present); Decorated by Jean-Marie-Ferdinand Régnier (French, active 1812–48)  Hard-paste porcelain

Factory: Sèvres Manufactory (French, 1740–present). Designer: Hyacinthe Régnier (French, active 1825–63). Date: 1855–61. Culture: French, Sèvres. M...

Waistcoat, mid-1840s, British. Men's waistcoats are what we know of as a vest. The waistcoat was the most decorative piece of men's dress. They were often decorated in the front but then solid in the back with buckled adjusters.

Waistcoat, mid-1840s, British. Men's waistcoats are what we know of as a vest. The waistcoat was the most decorative piece of men's dress. They were often decorated in the front but then solid in the back with buckled adjusters.

Enrico Meneghelli ‘Picture Gallery in the Old Museum’ 1879… | Flickr

Enrico Meneghelli [American painter (born in Italy) 1853-1912] Meneghelli’s specialty was the depiction of museum interiors. This is of the original Museum of Fine Art, Boston. As was common practice, the galleries were crowded with objects and paintings, hung salon style, one over the other. Oil on paperboard Museum of Fine Arts Boston: www.mfa.org/collections/object/the-picture-gallery-in-the...

Reflections on the Proposed Executive Order

Director Thomas P. Campbell comments on the president's recent executive order limiting immigration and how its affects on The Met community.