Marked by his Neo-Impressionist technique and mastery of color, Vincent van Gogh’s Self Portrait with a Straw Hat is an intriguing glimpse into how he saw himself.
Ugolino and His Sons is a marble sculpture that evokes a devastating sense despair and torment, inspired by Dante's Inferno.
The only complete Egyptian temple in the Western Hemisphere, the Temple of Dendur was donated to the U.S.
Home to more than 30,000 works dating between 4500 B.C. to A.D. 312, the Greek and Roman sculpture court is a must see at The Met.
The painting of Washington Crossing the Delaware commemorates the night of December 25-26, 1776, when General George Washington and the Continental Army crossed the Delaware River during the Revolutionary War.
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