Join Elizabeth Cleland (Associate Curator, European Sculpture and Decorative Arts) for a tour of Relative Values: The Cost of Art in the Northern Renaissance. Bringing together 62 masterpieces of northern European art, the exhibition revolves around questions of historical worth, exploring relative value systems in the Renaissance era. The objects on view—tapestry, stained and vessel glass, sculpture, paintings, precious metal-work, and enamels—are juxtaposed with pricing data from sixteenth-century documents.
TIAMSA members will meet at 3:45 PM at the central information desk in the Great Hall. Also note that the Met is open until 9:00 PM on Fridays.