At The Met: Flowers and Gardens

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At The Met: Flowers and Gardens

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The relationship between art and flowers is the subject of this program. The most familiar use of flowers in art is as the focus of the painted still-life, a use well documented by the paintings in the collection of New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art. But the Metropolitan encourages other associations of flowers with art, from the huge floral displays arranged weekly in its Great Hall to the living Medieval garden of The Cloisters, designed to enhance The Met’s famed Unicorn Tapestries.

30 min. / English / Color

© 1983 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Studio: The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Producer/Director: Philip Gittelman
Presented by: ABC Video Enterprises in association with The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Gittelman Film Associates, Inc.