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NYC art museum & library housed in 1914 5th Ave mansion. Vermeer, Rembrandt, others; sculpture & dec arts. project info
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The Frick Collection Nov 16
Were you aware of the Frick connection to one of Stan Lee’s Fictional Superheroes? Fun New York Times article... New York
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Blogcritics Magazine Nov 16
Concert Review: Quartetto di Cremona at the Frick (NYC, 11 Nov 2018)
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NYU Tandon Nov 16
Watch give a tutorial on ARIES, a free image-organization software developed with NYU Tandon and on . Clip: .
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Neal Stimler Nov 16
New to me "ARIES" or "Art Image Exploration Space from - "An interactive image manipulation system that enables the exploration and organization of fine digital art" .
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Karl Greenberg Nov 16
Check this out, at 11:45 today is doing a FB live presentation about a highly versatile "virtual Lightbox" called ARIES ( ) developed with researchers. Very cool tech for art historians and others!
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The Frick Collection Nov 16
I can't speak for everyone, but that is one of the fairly universal US holidays we give our staff. Perhaps small consoluation but we've posted a virtual tour and many many videos online that will be available that day....
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The Frick Collection Nov 15
Thrilled to find our small but substantive Van Eyck/Petrus Christus exhibition reviewed in the Times Literary Supplement!
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The Frick Collection Nov 15
How we all work has changed enormously through new technologies. Via a Facebook LIVE turtorial learn about Aries, a free image-organization software we've developed with . Tune in tomorrow/Friday 11/16 @ 11:45 EST
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The Frick Collection Nov 15
First snowfall on Fifth. @ The Frick Collection
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The New Criterion Nov 14
The loggia in which the protagonists are presented, high above the walled city, could be said to symbolize Jan Vos’s withdrawal from ordinary life to dedicate himself to contemplation and worship.
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Antiques & The Arts Nov 9
The Frick Museum in NYC is hosting the 1st monographic exhibition devoted to one of the towering figures of 18th Century Italian decorative arts, Luigi Valadier (1726-1785). Click below for our review!
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Kirshbaum Associates Nov 13
On Sunday, performed at . How was it? "A bijou, a glistening bijou."
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Laura C. Jenkins Nov 13
For anyone working on collecting in America, particularly in the , Archives Directory for the History of Collecting in America is an excellent resource.
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The Frick Collection Nov 13
While we have had to cancel a lecture planned for tomorrow evening (Wed, Nov 14) we can offer a video of a recent conversation about the same show (Luigi Valadier) here
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The Frick Collection Nov 12
Replying to @victorpsanchez
Thank you so much for the tweet. Glad you enjoyed your experience at the Frick!
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Museo Canova Nov 9
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Italy in US Nov 10
in Possagno ’s birth place. After the success the exhibition “Canova's George Washington” opens ! A celebration of the strong cultural ties b/n & . 🙏 Mayor Favero, Director Guderzo, Curator Salomon for your great work
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Marc Leibowitz Nov 12
I had the pleasure of seeing the Luigi Valadier exhibition at The recently. Please do pay a visit if you can. If a trip to Museum Mile in NYC is not in the cards for you, enjoy this wonderful video overview of the exhibition:
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