The MET – Part 2

During my last visit at the MET I didn’t have a lot of time to explore.  I remember glimpsing a view of “Shark in Formaldehyde” as I hurried through the museum before it closed and we got kicked out.  Sadly, it was gone this time around.

But I did find me some Jackson Pollock!

Autumn Rhythm

Autumn Rhythm

Just look at that brushwork!  (Hooray for zoom lenses!)

Up close and personal

Up close and personal

And I found Jasper Johns!

White Flag

White Flag

I also found some Roy Lichtenstein:

I think this is "Stretch Frame with Crossbars III"

I think this is “Stretch Frame with Crossbars III”

And this piece that I have no idea who did it because I didn’t take a picture of the name/artist:

Rainbow Tiles?  Or the Essence of Memory in the Sky?

Rainbow Tiles? Or the Essence of Memory in the Sky?

And I found a cool new art piece to add to my “I love this” collection:

Flight of the Dolphin by Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian

Flight of the Dolphin by Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian

Seriously, just check out this artist’s mosaics.  They’re beautiful.

…And that’s why I take pictures of the nameplates.

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