James J. Rorimer (1905-1966). The Cloisters : the building and the collection of mediaeval art in Fort Tryon park, 1951. Metropolitan Museum of Art Publications. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Thomas J. Watson Library | This is the cover to a 1951 Cloisters catalog. #Cloisters
Trie Cloister Garden | The Medieval Garden Enclosed | The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
The Trie Cloister Garden at The Cloisters Museum, meant to evoke the feel of the millefleurs/unicorn tapestries.
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They used to have huge pots of orange and lemon trees in these outdoor hallways. In late winter, plexiglass was put up to enclose the space. The smell of citrus flowers was heavenly. Also, medieval music would be playing. The most peaceful place.