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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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Office of the Arts Sep 21
A fantastic College Night at with students!
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The Frick Collection Sep 21
Last chance weekend! The Frick's acclaimed Canova show closes Sunday 9/23 and is included in this helpful New York Times listing!
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NYU Tandon Sep 18
ARIES, developed by a multidisciplinary team including , faculty of the VIDA Center; visiting research scholars at Tandon; & Louisa Wood Ruby & Samantha Deutch , is now FREE for all to try
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The Art Newspaper Sep 19
. invites contemporary artist into its permanent galleries for the first time
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Frick Library Sep 19
We will be open for Fri, Sep 21, 6-9 p.m. Register for a library card & make a notebook with us.
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The Frick Collection Sep 18
Now Open! "The Charterhouse of Bruges: Jan van Eyck, Petrus Christus, and Jan Vos" opens to the public today. For more info:
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Apollo Magazine Sep 18
It's the final week to catch the 's show exploring the history of Canova’s lost statue of George Washington – view images here
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The Frick Collection Sep 11
Yes, it will be webcast live at , and will be posted online afterwards at
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The Frick Collection Sep 11
Join us Wed 9/12 @ 6pm for a FREE lecture, Thomas Jefferson: Planting the Arts in America. Susan R. Stein explores why Jefferson recommended Canova to execute the sculpture of George Washington for NC’s state capitol. For more info:
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The Frick Collection Sep 10
The deadline is today!
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DGilesLtd Sep 6
New book release from The Charterhouse of Bruges: Jan van Eyck, Petrus Christus, and Jan Vos. Exhibition opens Sept 18
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Philbrook Museum Sep 5
Starting tomorrow 9/6 will take over our for our first . They’re currently en route to Tulsa. Stay tuned! Follow us. Follow them. Follow along.
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CODART Sep 3
Opening soon : 'The Charterhouse of Bruges: Jan van Eyck, Petrus Christus and Jan Vos' -
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GallivantNYC Sep 2
Spend your Sunday Funday enjoying the gorgeous at the . 📸 thehandybroker
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Daily Plinth Sep 1
LONGFORM: Treasures of : Collection | Back in June, the received an approval for the expansion of the . Here, we get a intimate of the Frick. | Watch it here: .
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The Frick Collection Sep 1
Replying to @DailyPlinth
Thank you for sharing this!
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Hudsonette Aug 31
Loved seeing this in person when it flew over.
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NYU Tandon Aug 30
ARIES, developed by a multidisciplinary team including , faculty members of the VIDA Center; visiting research scholars at NYU Tandon; & Louisa Wood Ruby & Samantha Deutch , is now FREE for all to try
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My Beautiful Destination Aug 30
The in offers extensive educational programs. Of very high quality and really a great service to the public.
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The Frick Collection Aug 29
Artist J-A-D Ingres was born in 1780. The Frick is fortunate to own (later board purchase) the portrait of Comtesse d'Haussonville. Remember how wonderful she looked show on Ingres next to his portrait of her cousin, Princesse de Broglie?
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