Nudes abound across departments at The Met. From an ancient Roman statue (A.D. 69-96) of a vigorous Hercules to Lucas Cranach the Younger's (German, 1515-1586) alluring Nymph of the Spring (ca. 1545-50), Frederick William MacMonnies's (American, 1863-1937) jubilant bronze Bacchante and Infant Faun (1893-94, cast 1894) to Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec's (French, 1864-1901) reflective Woman before a Mirror (1897), this deck presents select nudes of The Met as depicted through time and across mediums.
What better way to learn the language of art than with The Met, home to 5,000 years of art and artifacts? From Animals to Armor to the Arts of Asia, our decks feature a selection of the magnificent treasures housed within this world-famous museum. Available in 9 styles each deck contains 52 of The Met's most compelling exhibits along with key trivia.