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New York is home to many incredible museums, with a wealth of inspration! None is more impressive and comprehensive than the Metropolitan Museum of Art. When researching for our latest collection, a visit to the Met was a no-brainer!
The Arts and Crafts Movement came about in response to the industrial revolution. Although there were many advancements in production and commerce, many longed to return to simple craftsmanship and quality materials. This early example is a collaboration between William Morris and some of his contemporaries. It features several great geometric patterns and makes great use of pattern mixing!
William Morris may be best remembered for his pattern designs. The Strawberry Thief's enduring popularity is a testament to Morris's visionary aesthetic and modern sensibility. The Met is fortunate to have an early block print on display.
Organic shapes and natural elements continue in Art Nouveau. This swirl vase by Christopher Dresser looks like it would be right at home in 2022! The stunning, newly reopened British Galleries
feature many delightful examples of vases and other decorative arts of this period.
The atrium of The American Wing
is a must-see showpiece of The Met, as well as a welcome rest stop with a cafe and ample seating. It's a lovely spot to take in the beautiful statues and stained glass pieces. One fine example is this curvaceous, vine-adorned figure by
Harriet Whitney Frishmuth.
Louis Comfort Tiffany was an important figure in the Art Nouveau and Aesthetic movements, and enjoyed wide acclaim in his lifetime. This dazzling fountain once graced the Tiffany Studios Madison Avenue showroom before being installed at the Met.
There's so much to discover at the Metropolitan Museum of Art!
|Plumager®, Inc. was founded by Parsons School of Design alumna Danielle MacIndoe. Danielle has worked with many top brands and companies in her career in print design. She hopes to expand Plumager®, Inc. into one of New York’s top print design studios.
Amazing! I’m visiting NYC this summer and I’ve always wanted to visit the Met Museum! I hope I’ll be able to see everything!