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  EUROPEAN PAINTINGS - 2ND FLOOR - ROUTE DURING 2018 CEILING RENOVATION


NOTE: DURING 2018-2019 THE MET IS REPAIRING THE ROOF OVER THE EUROPEAN PAINTINGS SECTION OF THE MUSEUM.

BECAUSE OF THIS, THEY HAVE CLOSED HALF OF THE ROOMS AND MOVED PAINTINGS TO OTHER ROOMS.

THIS ROUTE TAKES YOU THROUGH ROOMS OPEN NOW. (If you want to see the old route, click here. At the end you will click to the next section on the tour, which is the Drawings and Prints section.








(Yes, that's my finger at left, not an artwork)




























(right) Roger van Der Weyden's Francesco d'Este (circa 1460)





































(right) AT RIGHT: Valezquez's Juan de Pareja (1650)













AT LEFT: Goya's Manuel . . . de Zuniga(1788) (Boy with magpie with the artist's calling card in his beak)



















AT LEFT: The Death of Socrates (1787) by Jacques Louis David







AT LEFT: Rembrandt's Aristotle with a bust of Homer (1653)




AT RIGHT: Young Woman with a Lute by Vermeer (1663)




AT RIGHT: Study of a Young Woman by Vermeer (1667)




AT RIGHT: Young Woman with a Water Pitcher by Vermeer (1662)
























































































AT RIGHT: The Harvesters by Peter Bruegel the Elder (1565)






















































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. . .THE DRAWINGS AND PRINTS GALLERY