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Golden Kingdoms - New Exhibit at the Met

I went to the opening of the new Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibit called Golden Kingdoms: Luxury and Legacy in the Ancient Americas.  I was overwhelmed by the variety of archeologic finds, their materials, artistry, and beauty.  These are 3 out of almost 300 objects.  It was almost like going to the Picasso Sculpture exhibit at MoMA when I wanted to draw everything.


This is a link to the Met website, and every item in the exhibit can be seen in photos.  Scroll down to see the link for all items.


 I'm also including a few of the photos that I took.  These were favorites, but I didn't copy names or dates - they stretched from 600-700 AD to 14th and 15th Centuries.







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