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The Frick Collection
NYC art museum & library housed in 1914 5th Ave mansion. Vermeer, Rembrandt, others; sculpture & dec arts. project info
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KCK Public Library Feb 17
Did you know that many art museums around the world share their collections online? Today's featured museum is . It offers a full virtual tour of the museum and tours of special exhibits. Visit and for both.
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Thanks so much for the shout out!
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World of Interiors Feb 14
Celebrating the Feast of Saint Valentine with an image from The Progress of Love series (1771-1773) by Jean-Honore Fragonard (1732-1806) at .
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The Frick Collection Feb 13
Thank you SO much for the shout-out. Deeply appreciated.
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NYARC Feb 11
Advancing Art Libraries and Curated Web Archives: A National Forum - Sumitra Duncan of moderates a panel that includes partners from , , and Coral Soloman, NYARC’s former Web Archiving Fellow, now at !
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The Frick Collection Feb 13
Looking for a unique present for Valentine’s Day? Customize your next visit to the Frick with the gift of an an hour-long private tour. Guided visits can be arranged in advance for a time Tue thru Fri during the our open hours (weekend avail is limited)
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Frick Library Feb 13
A comprehensive & updated view at the complete works of classicist painter J. F. Godward.
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The Frick Collection Feb 12
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Thank you so much!
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BizBash Feb 12
made our list of the Top 100 Events in New York! Congrats!
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Nic Feb 11
James Abbot McNeill Whistler, American (1834-1903). Harmony in Pink & Grey, Portrait of Lady Meux (née Susan Langdon), 1881. Lady Meux once appeared riding an elephant Collection , New York.
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The Frick Collection Feb 11
Have you heard buzz about our Moroni portraits show (opens next week) and want to know more? Here's a hot tip: tomorrow, Tues Feb 12 6pm, the show's curator Aimee Ng gives a FREE lecture about the show in midtown over at @aslnyhttps://tinyurl.com/y4u237sn
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NYARC Feb 11
Deborah Kempe of speaking at Advancing Art Libraries and Curated Web Archives: A National Forum. The forum kicked off today at with and .
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Ghetto Film School Feb 7
Yesterday we hosted our 1st guest for Rome Thesis, ’s Xavier Salomon! The Frick’s Chief Curator lectured on Paolo Sorrentino’s Academy Award-winning film “The Great Beauty” (La grande bellezza).
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The Frick Collection Feb 10
Replying to @citygirlwrites
Thanks for the shout out! FYI...a couple of years ago we moved our pay-what-you-wish Sunday morning (just 2 hrs) to Wednesday afternoons and doubled the time (4 hrs starting at 2pm) & added a lot of free programming.
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The Gregory Hotel New York Feb 8
Visit one of NYC's few remaining Gilded Age mansions at ! Filled with distinguished Old Master paintings, European sculpture, and decorative arts! 📷:
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The Frick Collection Feb 10
We have long wanted to, and hope to as part of a plan you can read about on
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Dr Anna Clark Feb 9
"Why so pale and wan, fond lover?" Sir John Suckling, English Cavalier poet & wit, born 1609.
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Laura C. Jenkins Feb 9
Saturday writing on mansions, museums, and mansion museums, ft. the lovely boudoir-turned-Boucher Room of Adelaide Frick, c/o
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Frick Library Feb 8
New video of librarians Ralph Baylor & Giana Ricci talking about . Archivist Sally Brazil shows Frick family items of love.
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The Frick Collection Feb 8
Facebook Live coming at you right now (noon, Feb 7) from the Frick Art Reference Library...Valentines Day topics and materials from our book and archival collections.
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