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Online Exhibitions


Take a virtual walk through Rome, stopping along the way at sites that inspired Byron and Shelley, Dickens and Hawthorne, Turner and Corot.

Explore one of only two surviving intact sketchbooks by the most famous French landscape painter of the eighteenth century, Hubert Robert (1733–1808), who spent eleven years in Rome.

Browse the entire manuscript of the Lindau Gospels, one of the great masterpieces from the Morgan's collection.

Art dealer, collector, art historian, and connoisseur Pierre-Jean Mariette (1694–1774) assembled one of the finest and most renowned drawings collections. The selection shown here, drawn primarily from the Morgan’s holdings, speaks to Mariette’s discerning taste and erudition.

Image of the Juggler

The tarot cards at the Morgan were probably created by Bonifacio Bembo for the Visconti-Sforza family, and constitute one of the most complete decks to survive from the fifteenth century.

In this online exhibition, we invite you to learn about Alice, Lewis Carroll, and the history of the original manuscript; trace the development of the iconic illustrations; page through a selection of manuscripts and letters; watch early film adaptations, and listen to Alice-inspired music.

Browse The Rose Haggadah, illuminated by contemporary artist Barbara Wolff, using the techniques of medieval manuscript illumination.

View images with descriptions from the Morgan's Picture Bible illustrated in thirteenth-century France.

Photograph of 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.

This online feature makes almost five hundred images from the Morgan's exceptional collection of Rembrandt etchings available for the first time.