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The Christmas Tree and Neapolitan Baroque Crèche at the metmuseum is just WOW! http://www.metmuseum.org/exhibitions/listings/2016/christmas-tree

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To celebrate World Peace Day among all the terror, the Nativity Scene during Christmas is both a historic and contemporary example and symbol of peace. metmuseum #metmuseum #MetChristmasTree in #NYC showcases one of the most popular and most visited sited in the world adorned with 19 cherubs and 59 angels, while at the base an additional 71 figures and 50 animals enhance the charming exhibition. Read my blog post about the special scene here:https://richellesibolboro.com/2017/01/02/the-nativity-scene/

rsibolboro

My other favorite NYC Christmas Tree I love the Neopolitan figures in the crèche. Repost: metmuseum -God bless Loretta Howard for collecting these and donating them to the Met. I have a few older friends who knew her and received Neopolitan creche figures from her in the form of Angels and creche figures. They are so spectacularly beautiful and intricately made. #metchristmastree #metmuseum #neopolitan #creche #nativityscene #christmastree #artwork #crechefigures #detail #metropolitanmuseumofart #christmastime #christmas

carmelca

China Through The Looking Glass at the metmuseum - from The House of Dior. #thisisnewyorkcity #fashion #travel

dishourtown

Also in the 1930s, but working in the States, the British-born fashion designer, Charles James, known as “America’s First Couturier” viewed his sculptured ball gowns and evening dresses as works of art. James’ precisely constructed designs were the subject of a 2014 exhibition at metmuseum After photographing the displays at night, Brauntuch selected five dresses—Swan, Butterfly, Tree, Clover Leaf, Wedding gown—and used these sources to create paintings that are slightly oversized relative to the original luxury items. If these renderings evoke a bygone era of elegance and style, they are now frozen as exquisite objects, absent a human body, phantoms of opulence. #TroyBrauntuch, on view now at our Chelsea gallery. #CharlesJames #Couturier #MetropolitanMuseumofArt #MetMuseum

petzelgallery

#Repost petzelgallery with repostapp・・・Also in the 1930s, but working in the States, the British-born fashion designer, Charles James, known as “America’s First Couturier” viewed his sculptured ball gowns and evening dresses as works of art. James’ precisely constructed designs were the subject of a 2014 exhibition at metmuseum After photographing the displays at night, Brauntuch selected five dresses—Swan, Butterfly, Tree, Clover Leaf, Wedding gown—and used these sources to create paintings that are slightly oversized relative to the original luxury items. If these renderings evoke a bygone era of elegance and style, they are now frozen as exquisite objects, absent a human body, phantoms of opulence. #TroyBrauntuch, on view now at our Chelsea gallery. #CharlesJames #Couturier #MetropolitanMuseumofArt #MetMuseum

contemporarypost

Had a chance to see the China through the looking glass exhibit at the metmuseum with Andrew today. It was spectacular! #thisisnewyorkcity #ilovenyc #artoftheday

dishourtown

One parting shot of some of the angels on the tree. Happy Christmas Eve! #metropolitanmuseumofart #metmuseum #nofilter #latergram #metchristmastree #seasonal #christmastree

missprint_

I love this shit of the nativity figures with an angel peering down. #metropolitanmuseumofart #metmuseum #nofilter #latergram #metchristmastree #seasonal #christmastree

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