Metropolitan Museum

By: Sarah McMenemy

Metropolitan Museum

  • Format: Hardback
  • Publisher: Walker Books Ltd
  • ISBN: 9781406339697
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Remember the Metropolitan Museum for ever with this exquisite cut-paper souvenir. Presented in a beautiful slipcase, this stunning memento features the Metropolitan Museum's most treasured sights: the Great Hall, Temple of Dendur, Charles Engelhard Court, the Arms and Armour Court, Boiserie Hotel De Varengeville period room, Petri European Sculpture Court, the Medieval Sculpture Hall, the Greek and Roman Galleries, Nur al-Din Room Islamic period room, Nineteenth Century European Painting and Sculpture Galleries, the Modern Art Gallery and Astor Court. Stylishly illustrated and folding out to a length of 150 cm, this is a perfect souvenir for anyone visiting New York's most famous art museum. Great things come in small packages, and buyers will be amazed at how much of the Metropolitan Museum is folded into this petite box. Printed front and back, twelve famous sites are featured along with brief descriptionshistories in a concertina. Fully extended, this museum souvenir is almost 5 feet long! This is an impulse buy; great for counter displays or baskets. It can be sold in art, novelty, gift sections. This is a nice alternative to a postcard.

Author's Biography

Sarah McMenemy is the creator of London: A Three-Dimensional Expanding City Skyline and New York: A Three-Dimensional Expanding City Skyline. She is also the author-illustrator of Jack's New Boat. Her signature use of torn-paper collage combined with paint and ink can be seen on everything from clothing to the London Underground. Sarah McMenemy lives in London.

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