Samuel Yellin at The Cloisers

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From a few years back, a Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York City) blog post about Yellin's contributions to The Cloisters in upper Manhattan, where much of the Met's collection of medieval art is housed.


(Side note: I used to live right next to The Cloisters and would visit frequently. Never realized that the ironwork was Yellin, but am totally unsurprised!)

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