Leonardo da Vinci and the Codex Huygens
Browse the Codex Huygens, a Renaissance manuscript for a treatise on painting closely related to Leonardo da Vinci.
Beatrix Potter: The Picture Letters
Beatrix Potter's stories can be found in the manuscript picture letters she wrote to children of friends and family members.
Auld Lang Syne: The Story of a Song
This online exhibition untangles the complex origins of the song that has become, over time, a globally shared expression of friendship and longing.
Charles Dickens at 200
Browse a complete facsimile of the manuscript of Dickens's A Christmas Carol and read twenty letters by Dickens in their entirety, selected from the Morgan's collection of over 1500.
Treasures of Islamic Manuscript Painting from the Morgan
Browse all the works in the exhibition and see additional manuscripts that are only available online.
Ingres at the Morgan
This selection of sixteen drawings and three letters from the Morgan chronicles the major periods of Ingres's artistic production.
The Black Hours
This digital facsimile displays every page of a striking Book of Hours painted on vellum that is stained black.
Illuminating Fashion: Dress in the Art of Medieval France and the Netherlands
View a selection of works from the exhibition that explores the evolution of courtly clothing from around 1330 to 1515.
Jim Dine: The Glyptotek Drawings
See all forty Glyptotek Drawings and related works, and read a conservation essay.
The Diary: Three Centuries of Private Lives
Learn about a selection of featured diaries, listen to readings, download the exhibition audio guide, and follow the curator's blog
Mark Twain: A Skeptic's Progress
Browse a selection of manuscripts, letters, drawings, and photographs from the exhibition Mark Twain: A Skeptic's Progress.
Degas: Drawings and Sketchbook
This presentation of drawings and a sketchbook by Degas from the Morgan's collections captures the range of the artist's draftsmanship and includes his most quintessential subjects.
Anne Morgan's War: Rebuilding Devastated France, 1917–1924
View World War I era silent films and photographic portraits of the people of war-torn France. Listen to the voice of Anne Morgan and read her letters.
The Morgan Gutenberg Bible Online
This presentation features every page of the Old Testament copy along with commentary on its history and significance.
Humphry Repton's Red Books
Read two of Humphry Repton's Red Books in their entirety, see additional images, and listen to audio.
Written in Stone: Historic Inscriptions from the Ancient Near East, ca. 2500 B.C.–550 B.C.
View all five objects in an exhibition that explores the development of writing in Mesopotamia—the wedge-shaped system that we call cuneiform—that was in use for over three thousand years.
Demons and Devotion: The Hours of Catherine of Cleves
This digital facsimile provides reproductions of all 157 miniatures (and facing text pages) from the Hours of Catherine of Cleves.
Rome After Raphael
Read in-depth commentary and view selected images of Italian drawings produced in Rome from the Renaissance to the beginning of the Baroque.
A Woman's Wit: Jane Austen's Life and Legacy
Watch The Divine Jane, a short documentary film specially commissioned for the exhibition, browse a digital facsimile of Lady Susan accompanied by audio, and view selected images from the exhibition.
William Blake's World: "A New Heaven Is Begun"
View images and descriptions of all works in William Blake's World: "A New Heaven Is Begun," listen to a curatorial discussion and Jeremy Irons read Blake poetry, and watch a multimedia presentation on Blake narrated by former director Charles Ryskamp.
Manuscripts and Letters of Oscar Wilde
Browse all the items in a bound collection of Oscar Wilde's letters and manuscripts, the whereabouts of which has been unknown to scholars for over half a century.
Jim Dine: The Glyptotek Drawings
See a selection of drawings from a series of forty works on paper known as The Glyptotek Drawings, a promised gift to the Morgan from the artist.
Histoire Naturelle des Indes
The beautiful paintings and descriptions in the Drake Manuscript document the plant, animal, and human life of the Caribbean late in the sixteenth century.
Jean de Brunhoff's Histoire de Babar Maquette
This digital facsimile presents every page of a small, delicate maquette that Jean de Brunhoff created in 1930 or 1931 as he drafted the first book in the Babar series.
John Milton's Paradise Lost
Read the only surviving manuscript of the first book of Paradise Lost in its entirety and listen to selected excerpts of Milton's poems.
The Prayer Book of Claude de France
The Prayer Book of Claude de France is a tiny, jewel-like manuscript that was made for Claude (1499–1524) around 1517, the year she was crowned queen of France.
Illuminating the Medieval Hunt
This exhibition features forty-five miniatures from the celebrated fifteenth-century manuscript Le Livre de la chasse and other images depicting the noble hunt.
The Morgan Picture Bible
View images with descriptions from the Morgan's Picture Bible illustrated in thirteenth-century France.
Painted with Words: Vincent van Gogh's Letters to Émile Bernard
Painted with Words provides a compelling look at Vincent van Gogh's correspondence to his young colleague Émile Bernard between 1887 and 1889.
Italian Master Drawings from the Morgan
Browse through a selection of Italian old master drawings, a corner stone of the Morgan's holdings in graphic art.
Apocalypse Then: Medieval Illuminations from the Morgan
Browse images from the Book of Revelation as seen through the eyes of medieval illuminators.
George Washington Life Mask
Explore the plaster cast of George Washington's face, made in 1785 by the French sculptor Jean-Antoine Houdon
Two Masterpieces Illuminated by Jean Poyer
Read commentary on eighty-three images from the Hours of Henry VIII and the Prayer Book of Anne de Bretagne.
Gainsborough to Ruskin
Browse and read information about sixty-four images of works by thirty-two different artists in Gainsborough to Ruskin: British Landscape Drawings & Watercolors in The Morgan Library & Museum.