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Rooms with a View

Last month, the Metropolitan Museum of Art introduced Rooms with a View: The Open Window in the 19th Century. Focusing on the popular Romantic era motif of the open window, the exhibition showcases the works of German, Danish, Russian, and French artists and their explorations of sparse interiors and quiet moments at home.

Inspired by this theme, we dug through the Lonny archives and culled our favorite rooms with a view for an updated yet still romantic take on this motif.

All photographs by Patrick Cline for Lonny magazine. Rooms with a View is open until July 4th, 2011.

1. Lee Kleinhelter, June/July 2010 | 2. Bunny Williams, June/July 2010 | 3. Lee Kleinhelter, June/July 2010 | 4. Caspar David Friedrich, Woman at the Window, 1822 | 5. and 6. Ron Marvin, October/November 2009

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