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Sunday at the Met—Gardens and Architecture of The Cloisters: A 75th Anniversary Celebration

Journey back to the Middle Ages by exploring the gardens and architecture of The Cloisters and learn how the Fuentidueña Apse was transported to New York. Introduction by Leslie Bussis Tait with lectures by Deirdre Larkin and Nancy Wu, followed by a screening of The Fuentidueña Apse: A Journey from Castile to New York (2013).

Recorded September 22, 2013

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This program is supported by Mary and Michael Jaharis.

Collections, Medieval Art and The Cloisters (77)

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Everyday Angels
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The Cloisters: Part Two
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