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Marcel Breuer: Bauhaus Tradition, Brutalist Invention by Barry Bergdoll
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XIX, New York, April, 1924, Number 4v. 19, no. 4 Apr 1924
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XIX, New York, June, 1924, Number 6v. 19, no. 6 Jun 1924
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XIX, New York, October, 1924, Number 10v. 19, no. 10 Oct 1924
The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Winter 1972/1973, Vol. XXXI (31), No. 2: Gold by Thomas Hovingv. 20, no. 2, Winter 1972/1973
The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Volume 42, Number 1, Summer 1984 - A Greek and Roman Treasury by Dietrich von Bothmerv. 42, no. 1, Summer 1984
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XX, New York, January, 1925, Number 1v. 20, no. 1, Jan 1925
The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Volume 59, Number 4, Spring 2002 - Gold of the Americas by Julie Jonesv. 59, no. 4 Spr 2002
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XX, New York, June, 1925, Number 6v. 20, no. 6 Jun 1925
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XX, New York, July, 1925, Number 7v. 20, no. 7 Jul 1925
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XX, New York, August, 1925, Number 8v. 20, no. 8 Aug 1925
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XX, New York, September, 1925, Number 9v. 20, no. 9 Sep 1925
Fashion & Virtue: Textile Patters and the Print Revolution, 1520 - 1620 - The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin - Fall 2015 (Vol. LXXIII, No. 2) by Femke Speelbergv. 73, no. 2, Fall 2015
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XXI, New York, March, 1926, Number 3 by Metropolitan Museum of Artv. 21, no. 3 Mar 1926
The Egyptian Expedition 1924-25 Part II of The Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, March, 1926 by Hebert Eustis Winlockv. 21, no. 3 Pt. II Mar 1926
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XXI, New York, April, 1926, Number 4v. 21, no. 4 Apr. 1926
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XXI, New York, June, 1926, Number 6v. 21, no. 6 Jun 1926
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XXI, New York, July, 1926, Number 7v. 21, no. 7 Jul 1926
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XXI, New York, August, 1926, Number 8v. 21, no. 8 Aug 1926
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XXI, New York, October, 1926, Number 10v. 21, no. 10 Oct 1926
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XXI, New York, November, 1926, Number 11v. 21, no. 11 Nov 1926
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XXII, New York, May, 1927, Number 5v. 22, no. 5 May 1927
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XXII, New York, June, 1927, Number 6v. 22, no. 6 Jun 1927
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XXII, New York, July, 1927, Number 7v. 22, no. 7 Jul 1927
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XXII, New York, August, 1927, Number 8v. 22, no. 8 Aug 1927
A Crusaders' Fortress in Palestine A Report of Explorations Made By The Museum 1926 Part II of The Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, September, 1927v. 22, no. 9 Sec II, Sep 1927
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XXIII, New York, January, 1928, Number 1v. 23, no. 1 Jan 1928
The Egyptian Expedition 1925-1927 Section II of The Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, February, 1928 by Herbert Eustis Winlockv. 23, no. 2 sec. II Feb 1928
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XXIII, New York, September, 1928, Number 9v. 23, no. 9 Sep 1928
The Egyptian Expedition 1927-1928 Section II of The Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, December, 1928 by Herbert Eustis Winlockv. 23, no. 12, sec II Dec. 1928
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XXIV, New York, January, 1929, Number 1v. 24, no. 1 Jan 1929
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XXIV, New York, March, 1929, Number 3v. 24, no. 3 Mar 1929
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XXIV, New York, April, 1929, Number 4v. 24, no. 4 Apr. 1929
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XXIV, New York, May, 1929, Number 5v. 24, no. 5 May 1929
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XXV, New York, May, 1930, Number 5v. 25, no. 5 May 1930
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XXV, New York, July, 1930, Number 7v. 25, no. 7, Jul 1930
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XXV, New York, September, 1930, Number 9v. 25, no. 9 Sep 1930
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XXV, New York, October, 1930, Number 10v. 25, no. 10 Oct 1930
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XXV, New York, December, 1930, Number 12, Section Iv. 25, no. 12, sec. 1 Dec. 1930
The Egyptian Expedition 1929-1930 Section II of The Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Volume XXV, New York, December, 1930 by Herbert Eustis Winlockv. 25, no. 12, sec. 2 Dec. 1930
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Volume XXVI, New York, Feb 1931 by Winifred E. Howev. 26, no. 2 Feb 1931
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Volume XXVI, New York, April, 1931, Number 4v. 26, no. 4 Apr 1931
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Volume XXVI, New York, May, 1931, Number 5v. 26, no. 5 May 1931
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Volume XXVI, New York, June, 1931, Number 6v. 26, no. 6 Jun 1931
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Volume XXVI, New York, July, 1931, Number 7v. 26, no. 7 Jul 1931
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Volume XXVI, New York, October, 1931, Number 10v. 26, no. 10 Oct 1931
Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Volume XXVI, Section I, New York, December, 1931, Number 12v. 26, no. 12, sec I Dec 1931
A Note on Japanese Painting, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Vol. XI, No. 8, April, 1953 by Alan Priestv. 11, no. 8 n.s. April 1953
Metropolitan Americana, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin Summer 1957 Volume XVI Number 1 by Albert Ten Eyck Gardnerv. 16, no. 1 n.s. Sum 1957
Nature in Her Most Seductive Aspects : Louis Comfort Tiffany's Favrile Glass." Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, New ser., v. 21, no. 3 (November, 1962) by Stuart P Feldv. 21, no. 3 n.s. Nov 1962
The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin: Volume XXII, Number 2, October, 1963v. 22, no. 2 n.s. Oct 1963
Illusion in Painting: The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 22, no. 5 (January, 1964) by Gray Williams Jr.v. 22, no. 5 n.s. Jan 1964
The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 25, no. 8 April, 1967 by Stuart P Feldv. 25, no. 8 n.s. April 1967
The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 25, no. 10 June 1967 by Carmen Gómez-Morenov. 25, no. 10 n.s. June 1967
Pilate Answered: What I Have Written I Have Written'." The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 26, no. 10 (June, 1968) by Sabrina Longlandv. 26, no. 10 n.s. Jun 1968
Windows Open to Nature, The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Bulletin; Vol. XXVII, No. 1 (Summer 1968) by Margaretta Salingerv. 27, no. 1 n.s. Sum 1968
Photographs in the Metropolitan: The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 27, no. 7 (March, 1969) by John J. McKendryv. 27, no. 7 n.s. March 1969
Recent Acquisitions, Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, February 1970 by Bonnie Youngv. 28, no. 6 n.s. Feb 1970
Birds in the Prayer Book of Bonne of Luxembourg, Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin Feb 1971 by Charles Vauriev. 29, no. 6 n.s. Feb 1971
Ecclesiastical Vestments of the Middle Ages: An Exhibition": The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 29, no. 7 (March ∙ 1971) by Timothy Husbandv. 29, no. 7 n.s. Mar 1971
The Costume Institute, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Volume 30 No. 1 August/September 1971 by Katharine H.B. (editor) Stoddertv. 30. no. 1 n.s. Aug/Sep 1971
Art Déco: The Last Hurrah, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 30, no. 5 (June–July, 1972). by Penelope Hunterv. 30. no. 5 n.s. Jun/Jul 1972
Greek Vase Painting, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 31, no. 1 (Fall, 1972) by Dietrich von Bothmerv. 31, no.1 n.s. Fall 1972
Vermeer (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin: Summer 1973 (volume XXXI ∙ No. 4) by Thomas Hovingv. 31, no. 4 n.s. Sum 1973
The Unicorn Tapestries - Based on the study of the Unicorn Tapestries by Margaret B. Freeman by Linda Sipressv. 32, no. 1 n.s.
Arts of Ancient China by Maxwell Hearnv. 32, no. 2 n.s. 1973/74
The Impressionist Brush: The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, 1973/1974 by John Rewaldv. 32, no. 3 n.s.
Arms and Armor, Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin #4 1973/1974 by Helmut Nickelv. 32, no. 4 n.s.
From the lands of the Scythians : ancient treasures from the museums of the U.S.S.R., 3000 B.C. to 100 B.C. by Boris Piotrovskyv. 32, no. 5 n.s.
Islamic Art (Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin Spr. 1975) by Metropolitan Museum of Artv. 33, no. 1 n.s. Spr 1975
"The Metropolitan Museum's Egyptian Expedition": The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 33, no. 2 (Summer, 1975) by Christine Lilyquistv. 33, no. 2 n.s. Sum 1975
Highlights of Chinese Ceramics by Suzanne G. Valensteinv. 33, no. 3 n.s. Fall 1975
A Bicentennial Treasury: American Masterpieces from the Metropolitan, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Winter 1975–76 by Berry B. Tracyv. 33, no. 4 n.s. Winter 1975/76
American Ephemera: The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 34, no. 1 (Spring ∙ 1976) by Janet S. Byrnev. 34, no. 1 n.s. Spr 1976
Two Worlds of Andrew Wyeth : Kuerners and Olsons Exhibition catalog (Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin vol.34 ∙ # 2 ∙ [1976]) by Andrew Wyethv. 34, no. 2 n.s. Aut. 1976
Degas: A Master among Masters, Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin ∙ [1977]) by Theodore Reffv. 34, no. 4 n.s. Spr 1977
The Thracians, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin. (Vol. 35, number 1) Summer 1977 by Lionel Cassonv. 35, no. 1 n.s. Sum 1977
Late Roman World, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Fall 1977 by Kurt Weitzmannv. 35, no. 2 n.s. Fall 1977
The Art of Seeing: Photographs from the Alfred Stieglitz Collection by Weston J. Naefv. 35, no. 4 n.s. Spr 1978
The Temple of Dendur, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Summer 1978 by Cyril Aldredv. 36, no. 1 n.s. Sum 1978
Islamic Painting, Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin Fall 1978 by Richard Ettinghausenv. 36, no. 2 n.s. Fall 1978
George Grey Barnard: The Cloisters and The Abbaye": The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 37, no. 1 (Summer, 1979) by J. L Schraderv. 37, no. 1 n.s. Sum 1979
Twelve Japanese Screens (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Fall 1979) by Julia Meech-Pekarikv. 37, no. 2 n.s. Fall 1979
20th Century Decorative Arts (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin Winter 1979/1980 by Penelope Hunter-Stiebelv. 37, no. 3 n.s. Win 1979/80
Secular Painting in 15th-Century Tuscany : Birth Trays, Cassone Panels, and Portraits by John Pope-Hennessyv. 38, no. 1 Sum 1980
Netsuke: The Small Sculptures of Japan. The Metropolitan Museum Of Art Bulletin Volume XXXVIII, Number 2 by New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.v. 38, no. 2 Fall 1980
A Chinese garden court: The Astor court at the Metropolitan Museum of Art by Alfreda Murckv. 38, no. 3 Win 1980/81
El Greco (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Summer 1981, Volume 39 by Katharine Baetjerv. 39, no. 1 Sum 1981
The art of Africa, the Pacific Islands, and the Americas by Douglas Newtonv. 39, no. 2 Fall 1981
Silent poetry: Chinese paintings in the Douglas Dillon Galleries (The Metropolitan Museum of Art bulletin) by Wen Fongv. 39, no. 3 Win 1981/82
Winslow Homer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art by Natalie Spasskyv. 39, no. 4 Spr 1982
Fourteenth-Century Italian Altarpieces by Keith Christiansenv. 40, no. 1 Sum 1982
Frank Lloyd Wright at the Metropolitan Museum of Art by Edgar Kaufmann, Jrv. 40, no. 2 Fall 1982
The building of the Vatican: The papacy and architecture (The Metropolitan Museum of Art bulletin) by Suzanne Boorschv. 40, no. 3 Win 1982/83
Islamic Pottery. A Brief History. (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Spring 1983.) by Marilyn Jenkinsv. 40, no. 4 Spr 1983
Colonial Silver in the American Wing, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin Summer 1983 by Frances Gruber Saffordv. 41 no. 1 Sum 1983
Early Renaissance Narrative Painting in Italy, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Fall 1983 (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin ∙ [1983]) by Keith Christiansenv. 41 no. 2 Fall 1983
Egyptian Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Winter 1983/84 by Philippe De Montebellov. 41, no. 3 Win 1983/84
Ancient Near Eastern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Spring 1984 by Prudence O. Harperv. 41, no. 4 Spr 1984
A Greek and Roman treasury (Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin / Vol. XLII, No. 1, Summer 1984 by Dietrich von Bothmerv. 42, no. 1 Sum 1984
Georgia O'Keeffe, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Fall 1984 by Lisa Mintz Messingerv. 42, no. 2 Fall 1984
Anthony Van Dyck by Walter A. Liedtkev. 42, no. 3
Hokusai by A. Hyatt Mayorv. 43, no. 1 Sum 1985
Greek Bronzes in the Metropolitan Museum of Art by Joan R. Mertensv.43, no. 2 Fall 1985
Medieval Church Treasures. Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Winter 1985/86 by Margaret English Frazerv. 43, no. 3 Win 1985/86
Early Flemish Portraits 1425-1525, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin Spring 1986 by Guy Baumanv. 43, no. 4
A Medieval Bestiary: The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 44, no. 1 (Summer ∙ 1986) by J. L Schraderv. 44, no. 1 Sum 1986
Islamic Glass: A Brief History (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Fall 1986, Volume 44, No. 2) (Metropolitan Muse by Marilyn Jenkinsv. 44, no. 2 Fall 1986
The Abstract Expressionists (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Winter 1986/87, Volume 44, No. 3) by Eugene Victor Thawv. 44, no. 3 Win 1986/87
Renaissance to modern tapestries in the Metropolitan Museum of Art by Edith Appleton Standenv. 44, no. 4 Spr 1987
The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin: Summer 1987, Volume XLV, Number I: The Arts of Japan by Barbara Brennan Fordv. 45, no. 1 Sum 1987
In Style: Celebrating Fifty Years of the Costume Institute/D5164 by Jean L. Druesedowv. 45, no. 2 Fall 1987
Pompeiian Frescoes, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 45, no. 3 (Winter, 1987–88) by Maxwell L. Andersonv. 45, no. 3 Win 1987/88
The New Vision, Photography Between the World Wars: Ford Motor Company Collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art by Maria Morris Hambourgv. 45, no. 4 Spr 1988
French prints in the era of impressionism and symbolism by Colta Feller Ivesv. 46, no. 1 Sum 1988
Giovanni Di Paolo: The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Bulletin, Fall 1988 by John Pope-Hennessyv. 46, no. 2 Fall 1988
Medieval sculpture at the Cloisters (Metropolitan Museum of Art bulletin) by William D. Wixomv. 46, no. 3
French Decorative Arts During the Reign of Louis XIV, 1654-1715, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Spring 1989 by Olga Raggiov. 46, no. 4 Spr 1989
Keyboard instruments by Laurence Libinv. 47, no. 1 Sum 1989
Recent Acquisitions: A Selection 1988-1989 The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin Fall 1989 by John P. O'Neillv. 47, no. 2 Fall 1989
Jean-Baptiste Greuze by James Thompsonv. 47, no. 3 Winter 1989/90
The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin: Spring 1990, Volume XLVII, Number 4: German Porcelain of the Eighteenth Century by Clare Le Corbeillerv. 47, no. 4 Spr 1990
The Arts of Ancient China, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin Summer 1990 by James C. Y. Wattv. 48, no. 1 Sum 1990
Recent Acquisitions, Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Fall 1990 by Joan Holtv. 48, no. 2 Fall 1990
The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin: Gericault's Heroic Landscapes, The Times of Day (Winter 1990/91 Issue, Volume XLVIII, Number 3) by Gary Tinterowv. 48, no. 3 Winter 1990/1991
Guercino (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin : Volume 48, Number 4 : Spring 1991 by William M. Griswoldv. 48, no. 4, Spr 1991
Arms and Armor from the Permanent Collection (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Summer 1991, Volume XLIX, No. 1) by Helmut Nickelv. 49, no. 1 Sum 1991
Recent Acquisitions, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin Fall 1991 by Joan Holt v. 49, no. 2 Fall 1991
French Terracottas, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin (v. 49, no. 3 Winter 1991/1992) by James David Draperv. 49, no. 3 Win 1991/92
Ancient Art: Gifts from the Norbert Schimmel Collection by Joan Holtv. 49, no. 4 Spr 1992
Islamic Calligraphy, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin: Summer 1992 by Annemarie Schimmelv. 50, no. 1 Sum 1992
Recent Acquisitions: A Selection 1991-1992 The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin: Fall 1992 by Joan Holtv. 50, no. 2 Fall 1992
Nicolas Poussin (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Winter 1992/93, Volume L, No. 3) by James Thompsonv. 50, no. 3 Win 1992/93
The New York obelisk, or, How Cleopatra's needle came to New York and what happened when it got here by Martina D'Altonv. 50, no. 4 Spr 1993
Immortals and Sages: Paintings from Ryoanji Temple (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Summer 1993, Volume LI, No. 1) by Hiroshi Onishiv. 51, no. 1, Sum 1993
Recent Acquisitions, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin Fall 1993 by Joan Holtv. 51, no. 2, Fall 1993
The Arts of South and Southeast Asia, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin Spring 1994, Volume LI, Number 4 by Steven Kossakv. 51, no. 4, Spr 1994
The Met and the New Millennium: A Chronicle of the Past and a Blueprint for the Future": The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 52, no. 1 (Summer ∙ 1994) by Philippe de Montebellov. 52, no. 1 Sum 1994
Recent Acquisitions, Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Fall 1994 by Joan Holtv. 52, no. 2 Fall 1994
Thomas Eakins and The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 52, no. 3 (Winter, 1994–95) by H. Barbara Weinbergv. 52, no. 3 Win 1994/95
An Egyptian Bestiary, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin: Spring 1995 by Dorothea Arnoldv. 52, no. 4 Spr 1995
The Metropolitan Museum of Art : An architectural history by Morrison H. Heckscherv. 53, no. 1 Sum 1995
Recent Acquisitions, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin Fall 1995 by Joan Holtv. 53, no. 2 Fall 1995
Textiles, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin Winter 1995/96 by Joan Holtv. 53, no. 3 Winter 1995/96
The Liberal Arts Studiolo from the Ducal Palace at Gubbio (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin - Spring 1996 - Volume LIII Number 4) by Olga Raggiov. 53, no. 4 Spr 1996
American Art: The Edith and Milton Lowenthal Collection (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Summer 1996, Volume LIV, No. 1) by Lisa Mintz Messingerv. 54, no. 1, Sum 1996
Domenico Tiepolo: Drawings, Prints, and Paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Winter 1996/97, Volume LIV, No. 3) by Linda Wolk-Simonv. 54, no. 3 Win 1996/97
The Print in the North: The Age of Albrecht Durer and Lucas van Leyden by Suzanne Boorschv. 54, no. 4 Spr 1997
The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Summer 1997, Volume LV, No. 1(Chinese Decorative Arts ) by Denise Leidyv. 55, no. 1 Sum 1997
Recent Acquisitions: A Selection: 1996-1997 The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin Fall 1997 by Joan Holtv. 55, no. 2 Fall 1997
Appearance and Reality Recent Studies in Conservation Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin Volume LV Number 3, [Winter 1997-98] by James H. Frantzv. 55, no. 3 Win 1997/98
The Ca' Dolfin Tiepolos (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Spring 1998, Volume LV, No. 4) by Keith Christiansenv. 55, no. 4 Spr 1998
Recent Acquisitions, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Fall 1998 by Joan Holtv. 56, no. 2 Fall 1998
European Decorative Arts at the World's Fairs: 1850–1900": The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 56, no. 3 ( [1998] ∙ [1999]) by Charlotte Gerev. 56, no. 3 Win 1998/99
Inventing a new art: Early photographs from the Rubel Collection in the Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Metropolitan Museum of Art bulletin) by Malcolm R. Danielv. 56, no. 4 Spr. 1999
British Portraits, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin: Summer 1999 by Katharine Baetjerv. 57, no. 1 Sum 1999
Recent Acquisitions, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin Fall 1999 by Joan Holtv. 57, no. 2 Fall 1999
J. Pierpont Morgan, Financier and Collector (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Winter 2000, Volume LVII, No. 3) by Jean Strousev. 57, no. 3 Win 1999/2000
John Singer Sargent in The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 57, no. 4 ( [2000]) by H. Barbara Weinbergv. 57, no. 4 Spr 2000
Fireworks!: Four Centuries of Pyrotechnics in Prints and Drawings by Suzanne Boorschv. 58, no. 1 Sum 2000
Recent Acquisitions, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin Fall 2000 by Joan Holtv. 58, no. 2 Fall 2000
The Arts of Byzantium (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Spring 2001, Volume LVIII, No. 4) by Helen C. Evansv. 58, no. 4 Spr 2001
Ars Vitraria : Glass in the Metropolitan Museum of Art - Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin - Summer 2001 by Jennifer Bernsteinv. 59, no. 1 Sum 2001
Recent Acquisitions, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Fall 2001 by Philippe De Montebellov. 59, no. 2 Fall 2001
Picturing the Apocalypse: Illustrated Leaves from a Medieval Spanish Manuscript (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Winter 2002, Volume LIX, No. 3) by William D. Wixomv. 59, no. 3 Winter 2002
Gold of the Americas by Julie Jonesv. 59, no. 4 Spr 2002
Life along the Nile: Three Egyptians of Ancient Thebes (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, vol. 60, no. 1, Summer 2002) by Catharine H. Roehrigv. 60, no. 1 Sum 2002
Recent Acquisitions A Selection: 2001-2002 The Metropolitan Museum Of Art Bulletin Fall 2002 by The (NY) Metropolitan Museum of Artv. 60, no. 2 Fall 2002
Chinese Export Porcelain, Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin Winter 2002 by Clare Le Corbeillerv. 60, no. 3 Winter 2002
North of the Apennines: Sixteenth-Century Italian Painting in Lombardy and Emilia-Romagna (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Spring 2003, Volume LX, No. 4) by Andrea Bayerv. 60, no. 4 Spr 2003
Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin: Summer 2003: Faces of a New Nation: American Portraits of the 18th and Early 19th Centuries by Carrie Rebora Barrattv. 61, no. 1 Sum 2003
Poets, Lovers, and Heroes in Italian Mythological Prints (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, vol. 61, no. 3, Winter 2004 by Wendy Thompsonv. 61, no. 3 Win 2003/04
Selections From the Pierre and Maria-Gaetana Matisse Collection. The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Spring 2004 by Magdalena Dabrowskiv. 61, no. 4 Spr 2004
The Flowering of the French Renaissance (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin: v. 62, no. 1, Summer 2004 by Ian Wardropperv. 62, no. 1 Sum 2004
Recent Acquisitions, a Selection: 2003 - 2004, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin Fall 2004 by Joan Holtv. 62, no. 2 Fall 2004
Going for Baroque: Bringing 17th-Century Masters to the Met (The Metropolitan Museum of Art bulletin, v. 62, no. 3, winter 2005 by Keith Christiansenv. 62. no. 3 Win 2004/05
Medieval Sculpture at the Metropolitan 800-1400; The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Spring 2005 by William D. Wixomv. 62, no. 4
North of the Apennines : sixteenth-century Italian painting in Venice and the Veneto by Andrea Bayerv. 63, no. 1 Sum 2005
Recent Acquisitions: A Selection 2004-2005 The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin Fall 2005 by Cynthia Clarkv. 63, no. 2 Fall 2005
French Royal Furniture in the Metropolitan Museum (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Winter 2006, Volume LXIII, Number 3) by Danielle O. Kisluk-Grosheidev. 63, no. 3 Win 2006
Raphael at the Metropolitan: The Colonna Altarpiece (Metropolitan Museum of Art) by Linda Wolk-Simonv. 63, no. 4 Spr. 2006
Rembrandt and His Circle: Drawings and Prints, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin: Summer 2006, Volume LXIV, Number I by Michiel C. Plompv. 64, no. 1 Sum 2006
Recent Acquisitions: A Selection 2005-2006 Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Fall, 2006 by Katharine Baetjerv. 64, no. 2 Fall 2006
Picasso and Gertrude Stein, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin Winter, 2007 by Vincent Giroudv. 64, no. 3 Win 2006/07
Late Medieval Sculpture in the Metropolitan 1400 to 1530, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Spring 2007 by William D. Wixomv. 64, no. 4 Spr 2007
The Age of Rembrandt: Dutch Paintings in The Metropolitan Museum of Art." Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin 65 (Summer 2007) by Esmee Quodbachv. 65, no. 1 Sum 2007
Recent Acquisitions: A Selection 2006-2007 The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin Fall 2007 by The (NY) Metropolitan Museum of Artv. 65, no. 2 Fall 2007
Creating Central Park (Metropolitan Museum of Art) by Morrison H. Heckscherv. 65, no. 3 win 2007/08
Cameo Appearances (The Metropolitan Museum of Art bulletin, Spring 2008 by James David Draperv. 65, no. 4 Spr 2008
Duccio and the Origins of Western Painting: Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Summer, 2008 by Keith Christiansenv. 66, no. 1 Sum 2008
Recent Acquisitions: A Selection 2007-2008 (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin:) by Metropolitan Museum of Artv. 66, no. 2 Fall 2008
Augustus Saint-Gaudens in The Metropolitan Museum of Art by Thayer Tollesv. 66, no. 4 Spr 2009
Scientific research in the Metropolitan Museum of Art by Marco Leonav. 67, no. 1 Sum 2009
The Genius of Andrea Mantegna (The Metropolitan Museum of Art bulletin, v. 67, no. 2, fall 2009) by Keith Christiansenv. 67, no. 2, Fall 2009
Cochineal Red: The Art History of a Color by Elena Phippsv. 67, no. 3 Win 2010
Roman Frescoes from Boscoreale: The Villa of Plubius Fannius Synistor in Reality and Virtual Reality (Metropolitan Museum of Art) by Bettina Bergmannv. 67, no. 4 Spr 2010
Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin (Volume LXVIII, Number 1, Summer 2010) - Discovering The Art of the Ancient Near East (Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, LXVIII) by Yelena Rakicv. 68, no. 1 Sum 2010
Recent Acquisitions, A Selection: 2008 - 2010 The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin Fall 2010 by Gwen Roginskyv. 68, no. 2 Fall 2010
Pastel Portraits: Images of 18th-Century Europe by Katharine Baetjerv. 68, no. 4 Spr 2011
Frans Hals: Style and Substance [adapted from The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 69, no. 1 (Summer, 2011)] by Mr. Walter Liedtkev. 69, no. 1 Sum 2011
Washington Crossing the Delaware: Restoring an American Masterpiece, Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin (Fall, 2011) by Carrie Rebora Barrattv. 69, no. 2 Fall 2011
Art of the Aegean Bronze Age, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin - Spring 2012 (Vol. LXIX, No. 4) by Sean Hemingwayv. 69, no. 4 Spr 2012
The Path of Nature: French Paintings from the Wheelock Whitney Collection by Asher Ethan Millerv. 70, no. 3 Winter 2013
Creating the Cloisters by Timothy Husbandv. 70, no. 4 Spring 2013
Vanities Art of the Dressing Table; The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Fall 2013 by Jane Adlinv. 71, no. 2 Fall 2013
Tibet and India: Buddhist Traditions and Transformations - Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Winter 2014 (Vol. LXXI, No. 3) by Kurt A. Behrendtv. 71, no. 3 Winter 2014
Goya and the Altamira Family by Metropolitan Museum of Art v. 71, no. 4 Spring 2014
The Nelson A. Rockefeller vision : Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas by Alisa LaGammav. 72, no. 1 Summer 2014

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Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series). Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification (eg., avoid lumping Jane Austen with her continuators).

Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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