Opening today are two new exhibits at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. The first is a collection of impressive artworks from Oberlin College accompanied by the exhibit Tutankhamun's Funeral exploring the burial process of a young Pharaoh. Masterworks spanning from 16th century to the 20th have arrived from Oberlin College, Ohio. Rather than being grouped displayed in a private room the 19 paintings and single statue have been curated throughout the Museum near works of similarity, both in time period and caliber...
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Image courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Mark Rothko, The Syrian Bull, oil and graphite on canvas.