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A Cloistered Life December 12, 2021

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 When I was an art student at RISD (a very long time ago) we were required to take one art history course each semester. It was a fascinating way to learn about world history – though the art of the time. My very favorite class was a medieval art immersion. I fell in love with the iconography, the illuminated manuscripts, the history and the importance of art during those chaotic times. I had not been to the Met’s Cloisters since right before the pandemic shutdown. It was wonderful to return and see this very special place. Interested in how this magnificent space came to Manhattan? Click here: It is easy to get to and well worth your time.

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1. Irina - December 12, 2021

The park is a gem too with its wonderful view!

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judylobo - December 12, 2021

That is true.

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2. Mary Radice - December 12, 2021

Such a peaceful place – love the gardens – thanks Judy for transporting thru your pics!

And I’m not certain if you’ve heard why it’s not a good idea to tell a secret while in a garden? Well guess what – potatoes are known to have eyes, and the corn has ears. 🙂

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judylobo - December 12, 2021

Hahahaha – love your Sunday jokes

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3. fotobuff14 - December 12, 2021

Beautiful pics

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