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Look Inside “The Frick Collection “

The Frick Collection is your home for art from the Renaissance to the early twentieth century. Founded by Henry Clay Frick (1849–1919), the museum offers visitors intimate encounters with one of the world’s foremost collections of European fine and decorative arts. The institution’s holdings—which have more than doubled in size since the museum’s opening in 1935—include celebrated works by Rembrandt, Fragonard, Ingres, Bellini, Vermeer, and more. The Frick Art Reference Library, a leading global resource in the field of art history, was established one hundred years ago by Helen Clay Frick and is open to researchers and the public alike.

Xavier F. Salomon , Chief Curator gave Tijana Ibrahimovic a special tour. He highlighted : 1. Angel – Jean ( Jehan) Barbet 2.Comtesse d’Haussonville – Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres 3 . St. Francis in the Desert – Giovanni Bellini 4. Officer and Laughing Girl -Johannes Vermeer 5. Commode – Jean-Henri Riesener 6. Longcase Regulator Clock – Ferdinand Berthoud Video : Dmitry Video Production Editing : Dmitry Video Production and Nicola Villasana

The Frick Collection and Frick Art Reference Library will reopen in early 2021 at Frick Madison.

Learn more at https://www.frick.org/madison

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