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Future Exhibitions

Frida Kahlo: Through the Lens of Nickolas Muray

Photographic portraits dating from 1937 to 1946 explore Muray's unique perspective as Kahlo's friend, lover, and confidant, while highlighting Kahlo's deep interest in her Mexican heritage, her life and travels, and the family and friends around her.
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Frida Kahlo—An Intimate Portrait: The Photographic Albums

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This exhibition provides rare and moving insight into the personal life of one of the 20th century's most iconic artists. Through 113 photographs selected from her private albums, this exhibition allows us to see Kahlo through the eyes of friends, family, and other noted photographic artists.
View Exhibition

Cast in Chrome: The Art of Hood Ornaments

Sponsor an ornament
Over the history of motoring, hood ornaments evolved from the practical (externally mounted radiator caps) to the purely decorative. Today, only a few luxury brands continue the tradition. Why were hood ornaments so popular and what led to their near demise?
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Victorian Radicals: From the Pre-Raphaelites to the Arts & Crafts Movement

In the second half of the 19th century, three generations of rebellious artists and designers revolutionized the visual arts in Britain by challenging the new industrial world around them, offering a radical artistic and social vision inspired by the pre-industrial past. Organized from the collection of the city of Birmingham, UK, this exhibition brings together a splendid array of works, many of which have never been exhibited outside of the UK, to illuminate this dynamic period of British art.
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Past Exhibitions

November 8, 2020

The Frick Reflects: Looking Back, Moving Forward

A critical look at The Frick Pittsburgh's permanent collection and institutional origin story, inspired by the 50th anniversary of the founding of The Frick Art Museum and 30th anniversary of Clayton's restoration and public opening, this exhibition examines the social context in which the Frick family lived, the perspective with which Helen Clay Frick founded the organization, and the values and viewpoints the collection reveals, sometimes unwittingly.
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November 8, 2020

The Frick Reflects: Looking Back, Moving Forward

A critical look at The Frick Pittsburgh's permanent collection and institutional origin story, inspired by the 50th anniversary of the founding of The Frick Art Museum and 30th anniversary of Clayton's restoration and public opening, this exhibition examines the social context in which the Frick family lived, the perspective with which Helen Clay Frick founded the organization, and the values and viewpoints the collection reveals, sometimes unwittingly.
View Exhibition

Maker and Muse: Women and Early Twentieth Century Art Jewelry

Featuring exquisite examples of beauty and craftsmanship by makers such as Louis Comfort Tiffany and Charlotte Newman, Maker & Muse celebrates the impact of women on the innovative and imaginative jewelry of the early 1900s.
View Exhibition

Katharine Hepburn: Dressed for Stage and Screen

This exhibition, drawn from the collection at the Kent State University Museum, features a range of costumes and fashions instrumental in shaping some of the most memorable characters portrayed on stage or screen by acclaimed actress Katharine Hepburn (1907-2003), one of the most iconic stars of the 20th century.
View Exhibition

June 15, 2019

A Sporting Vision: The Paul Mellon Collection of British Sporting Art from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

Beginning in around 1700 and spanning more than 200 years, the enduring appeal and beauty of English country life is reflected in more than 80 paintings, including a special section devoted to the incomparable work of famed horse and animal painter George Stubbs (1724-1806).
View Exhibition

The Hunt for a Seat: Sporting Carriages in the Early Twentieth Century

The Hunt for a Seat: Sporting Carriages in the Early Twentieth Century explores the unique characteristics, design and history of sporting-class vehicles. Planned to coincide with A Sporting Vision: The Mellon Collection of British Sporting Art from the Virginia Museum of Fine Art at The Frick Art Museum, this special installation includes four loaned carriages to supplement three in the Frick's collection and create a broader picture of the use of carriages for sport and recreation.
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Street Photography to Surrealism: The Golden Age of Photography in France, 1900-1945

Visit the streets, flea markets, shops, dance halls, and after-hours demi-monde of Paris in this exhibition that explores one of the most fascinating and creative periods in photography.
View Exhibition

Katharine Hepburn: Dressed for Stage and Screen

This exhibition, drawn from the collection at the Kent State University Museum, features a range of costumes and fashions instrumental in shaping some of the most memorable characters portrayed on stage or screen by acclaimed actress Katharine Hepburn (1907-2003), one of the most iconic stars of the 20th century.
View Exhibition

Isabelle de Borchgrave: Fashioning Art from Paper

Belgian artist Isabelle de Borchgrave's marvelous paper costumes were on view at the Frick during the fall of 2018 as part of the artist's first touring retrospective exhibition.
View Exhibition

Mrs. Peacock: A Gilded Age Portrait

An opulent example of Gilded Age portraiture, this full-length society portrait of Mrs. Irene M. Peacock was painted by Raimundo de Madrazo in 1902.
View Exhibition

February 17, 2018

Revive, Remix, Respond: Contemporary Ceramic Artists and The Frick Pittsburgh

This exhibition brought an exciting group of works by contemporary ceramic artists to the Frick.
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Driving the Disenfranchised: The Automobile's Role in Women's Suffrage

Discover the automobile's impact on increasing individual autonomy and heralding vast social changes in the 20th century.
View Exhibition

Van Gogh, Monet, Degas: The Mellon Collection of French Art from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

The Frick Pittsburgh presented Van Gogh, Monet, Degas: The Mellon Collection of French Art from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, an exhibition featuring more than 70 masterpieces collected by Pittsburgh-born collector and philanthropist, Paul Mellon (1907-1999), beginning in spring 2018.
View Exhibition

Undressed: A History of Fashion in Underwear

This blockbuster exhibition presented the fascinating history of underwear design from the 18th century to the present.
View Exhibition

Isabelle de Borchgrave: Fashioning Art from Paper

Belgian artist Isabelle de Borchgrave's marvelous paper costumes were on view at the Frick during the fall of 2018 as part of the artist's first touring retrospective exhibition.
View Exhibition

Mrs. Peacock: A Gilded Age Portrait

An opulent example of Gilded Age portraiture, this full-length society portrait of Mrs. Irene M. Peacock was painted by Raimundo de Madrazo in 1902.
View Exhibition

April 15, 2017

Elise Adibi: Respiration Paintings

Nationally recognized contemporary artist Elise Adibi worked with the innate characteristics of the greenhouse, making use of the natural light, seasonal changes, and elevated humidity to both display and transform her artwork. A series of paintings installed to surround the viewer and coexist with the plants, Respiration Paintings explored the interconnection and intimate relationship between art, nature, and people.
View Exhibition

Irving Penn: Beyond Beauty

In a career that spanned seven decades, iconic American photographer Irving Penn (1917-2009) created an enormous body of work. This retrospective featured the full range of his accomplishment in more than 140 photographs including early social realist images, glamorous fashion photographs, insightful portraits, still lifes, nudes, and his late work with found objects.
View Exhibition

The Frick Collects: From Rubens to Monet

From Henry Clay Frick's early purchases, to his daughter Helen's collecting interests, through to the acquisitions that have been made by the museum in recent years, this exhibition told the story of The Frick Pittsburgh through its collection.
View Exhibition

Undressed: A History of Fashion in Underwear

This blockbuster exhibition presented the fascinating history of underwear design from the 18th century to the present.
View Exhibition

June 11, 2016

Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe

Deadly sharp stilettos, architecturally inspired wedges and platforms, and a number of artfully crafted shoes that defy categorization were featured among the selection of nearly 160 historical and contemporary heels on loan from designers, the renowned Brooklyn Museum costume collection housed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Bata Shoe Museum, and others.
View Exhibition

Forbidden Fruit: Chris Antemann at MEISSEN

The Frick presented Antemann's major works for Meissen, The Love Temple, and The Pleasure Garden (inspired by Fragonard's famous Progress of Love series) as well as a selection of smaller works, in the context of our permanent collection of 18th-century French art.
View Exhibition

Fast Cars and Femmes Fatales: The Photographs of Jacques Henri Lartigue

The exhibition spans the years from 1907 to 1958 and reproductions of pages of his photo albums give insight into Lartigue's creative process and his acute observations of life.
View Exhibition

The Frick Collects: From Rubens to Monet

From Henry Clay Frick's early purchases, to his daughter Helen's collecting interests, through to the acquisitions that have been made by the museum in recent years, this exhibition told the story of The Frick Pittsburgh through its collection.
View Exhibition

May 9, 2015

Rolling Hills, Satanic Mills: The British Passion for Landscape

Drawn from the remarkable collections of the National Museum Wales, more than 60 works of art in this exhibition trace the development of landscape painting in Britain through the Industrial Revolution and the eras of Romanticism, Impressionism, and Modernism, to the postmodern and post-industrial imagery of today.
View Exhibition

Impressionist to Modernist: Masterworks of Early Photography

Featuring an international group of artists,this exhibition captured, through more than 70 works, a pivotal time in the history of the development of the medium. Rare, hand-crafted-vintage prints made through a variety of processes illustrate some of the artistic choices open to the late-19th and early-20th century photographer, and chart the shift to prominence of the classic black and white (gelatin silver) print, which came to dominate photography in the 20th century.
View Exhibition

Forbidden Fruit: Chris Antemann at MEISSEN

The Frick presented Antemann's major works for Meissen, The Love Temple, and The Pleasure Garden (inspired by Fragonard's famous Progress of Love series) as well as a selection of smaller works, in the context of our permanent collection of 18th-century French art.
View Exhibition

Fast Cars and Femmes Fatales: The Photographs of Jacques Henri Lartigue

The exhibition spans the years from 1907 to 1958 and reproductions of pages of his photo albums give insight into Lartigue's creative process and his acute observations of life.
View Exhibition

Charles Courtney Curran: Seeking the Ideal

Henry Clay Frick purchased Curran's 1890 painting Woman with a Horse and Carriage, which typically hangs in the Clayton library. For this exhibition, our painting will join about 60 others as Curran's work travels to three North American venues (including The Frick Art Museum) in this first critical retrospective of his career since his death in 1942. The exhibition is organized by the Dixon Gallery & Gardens, Memphis, and will be accompanied by a full-color catalogue.
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June 28, 2014

Edgar Degas: The Private Impressionist: Works on Paper by the Artist and His Circle

This exhibition of more than 100 works on paper is built around a core group of 55 works by Degas, known as one of the strongest draftsmen of the Impressionist circle. From early drawings to late experiments in photography, the exhibition will illuminate the artist's personal life, his creative restlessness and experimentation, and his wider artistic circle.
View Exhibition

The Warner Collection: An American Odyssey

This exciting exhibition features American artists from the nation's early years of independence through the dawn of the 20th century and includes major artists and movements from the Peale family and Gilbert Stuart to American Impressionists like Childe Hassam and Theodore Robinson, with beautiful Hudson River School works falling in between.
View Exhibition

Clayton Days Revisited: A Project by Vik Muniz

In 1999 the Frick collaborated with contemporary artist Vik Muniz on a project that resulted in an exhibition of 65 photographs made on site and in the nearby environs of Pittsburgh. This exhibition marked the Frick's first venture into working with a living artist, and resulted in a significant body of work.
View Exhibition

Charles Courtney Curran: Seeking the Ideal

Henry Clay Frick purchased Curran's 1890 painting Woman with a Horse and Carriage, which typically hangs in the Clayton library. For this exhibition, our painting will join about 60 others as Curran's work travels to three North American venues (including The Frick Art Museum) in this first critical retrospective of his career since his death in 1942. The exhibition is organized by the Dixon Gallery & Gardens, Memphis, and will be accompanied by a full-color catalogue.
View Exhibition

October 6, 2012

Impressions of Interiors: Gilded Age Paintings by Walter Gay

American artist Walter Gay (1856-1937) specialized in painting views of opulent residential interiors in late-19th and early-20th-century America and Europe. John Singer Sargent, Gay's nearly exact contemporary, is well known for painting the sumptuous clothing and jewels of American society in his fashionable portraits.
View Exhibition

A Kind of Alchemy: Medieval Persian Ceramics

Produced for both the luxury and middle-class markets, these vessels, bowls, pitchers, and bottles reflect numerous cultural and artistic influences and an aesthetic sensibility that seems startlingly modern.
View Exhibition

October 6, 2012

Impressions of Interiors: Gilded Age Paintings by Walter Gay

American artist Walter Gay (1856-1937) specialized in painting views of opulent residential interiors in late-19th and early-20th-century America and Europe. John Singer Sargent, Gay's nearly exact contemporary, is well known for painting the sumptuous clothing and jewels of American society in his fashionable portraits.
View Exhibition

Future Exhibitions

Frida Kahlo: Through the Lens of Nickolas Muray

Photographic portraits dating from 1937 to 1946 explore Muray's unique perspective as Kahlo's friend, lover, and confidant, while highlighting Kahlo's deep interest in her Mexican heritage, her life and travels, and the family and friends around her.
View Exhibition

Frida Kahlo—An Intimate Portrait: The Photographic Albums

Sponsor a photo
This exhibition provides rare and moving insight into the personal life of one of the 20th century's most iconic artists. Through 113 photographs selected from her private albums, this exhibition allows us to see Kahlo through the eyes of friends, family, and other noted photographic artists.
View Exhibition

Cast in Chrome: The Art of Hood Ornaments

Sponsor an ornament
Over the history of motoring, hood ornaments evolved from the practical (externally mounted radiator caps) to the purely decorative. Today, only a few luxury brands continue the tradition. Why were hood ornaments so popular and what led to their near demise?
View Exhibition

Victorian Radicals: From the Pre-Raphaelites to the Arts & Crafts Movement

In the second half of the 19th century, three generations of rebellious artists and designers revolutionized the visual arts in Britain by challenging the new industrial world around them, offering a radical artistic and social vision inspired by the pre-industrial past. Organized from the collection of the city of Birmingham, UK, this exhibition brings together a splendid array of works, many of which have never been exhibited outside of the UK, to illuminate this dynamic period of British art.
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Past Exhibitions

November 8, 2020

The Frick Reflects: Looking Back, Moving Forward

A critical look at The Frick Pittsburgh's permanent collection and institutional origin story, inspired by the 50th anniversary of the founding of The Frick Art Museum and 30th anniversary of Clayton's restoration and public opening, this exhibition examines the social context in which the Frick family lived, the perspective with which Helen Clay Frick founded the organization, and the values and viewpoints the collection reveals, sometimes unwittingly.
View Exhibition

November 8, 2020

The Frick Reflects: Looking Back, Moving Forward

A critical look at The Frick Pittsburgh's permanent collection and institutional origin story, inspired by the 50th anniversary of the founding of The Frick Art Museum and 30th anniversary of Clayton's restoration and public opening, this exhibition examines the social context in which the Frick family lived, the perspective with which Helen Clay Frick founded the organization, and the values and viewpoints the collection reveals, sometimes unwittingly.
View Exhibition

Maker and Muse: Women and Early Twentieth Century Art Jewelry

Featuring exquisite examples of beauty and craftsmanship by makers such as Louis Comfort Tiffany and Charlotte Newman, Maker & Muse celebrates the impact of women on the innovative and imaginative jewelry of the early 1900s.
View Exhibition

Katharine Hepburn: Dressed for Stage and Screen

This exhibition, drawn from the collection at the Kent State University Museum, features a range of costumes and fashions instrumental in shaping some of the most memorable characters portrayed on stage or screen by acclaimed actress Katharine Hepburn (1907-2003), one of the most iconic stars of the 20th century.
View Exhibition

June 15, 2019

A Sporting Vision: The Paul Mellon Collection of British Sporting Art from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

Beginning in around 1700 and spanning more than 200 years, the enduring appeal and beauty of English country life is reflected in more than 80 paintings, including a special section devoted to the incomparable work of famed horse and animal painter George Stubbs (1724-1806).
View Exhibition

The Hunt for a Seat: Sporting Carriages in the Early Twentieth Century

The Hunt for a Seat: Sporting Carriages in the Early Twentieth Century explores the unique characteristics, design and history of sporting-class vehicles. Planned to coincide with A Sporting Vision: The Mellon Collection of British Sporting Art from the Virginia Museum of Fine Art at The Frick Art Museum, this special installation includes four loaned carriages to supplement three in the Frick's collection and create a broader picture of the use of carriages for sport and recreation.
View Exhibition

Street Photography to Surrealism: The Golden Age of Photography in France, 1900-1945

Visit the streets, flea markets, shops, dance halls, and after-hours demi-monde of Paris in this exhibition that explores one of the most fascinating and creative periods in photography.
View Exhibition

Katharine Hepburn: Dressed for Stage and Screen

This exhibition, drawn from the collection at the Kent State University Museum, features a range of costumes and fashions instrumental in shaping some of the most memorable characters portrayed on stage or screen by acclaimed actress Katharine Hepburn (1907-2003), one of the most iconic stars of the 20th century.
View Exhibition

Isabelle de Borchgrave: Fashioning Art from Paper

Belgian artist Isabelle de Borchgrave's marvelous paper costumes were on view at the Frick during the fall of 2018 as part of the artist's first touring retrospective exhibition.
View Exhibition

Mrs. Peacock: A Gilded Age Portrait

An opulent example of Gilded Age portraiture, this full-length society portrait of Mrs. Irene M. Peacock was painted by Raimundo de Madrazo in 1902.
View Exhibition

February 17, 2018

Revive, Remix, Respond: Contemporary Ceramic Artists and The Frick Pittsburgh

This exhibition brought an exciting group of works by contemporary ceramic artists to the Frick.
View Exhibition

Driving the Disenfranchised: The Automobile's Role in Women's Suffrage

Discover the automobile's impact on increasing individual autonomy and heralding vast social changes in the 20th century.
View Exhibition

Van Gogh, Monet, Degas: The Mellon Collection of French Art from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

The Frick Pittsburgh presented Van Gogh, Monet, Degas: The Mellon Collection of French Art from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, an exhibition featuring more than 70 masterpieces collected by Pittsburgh-born collector and philanthropist, Paul Mellon (1907-1999), beginning in spring 2018.
View Exhibition

Undressed: A History of Fashion in Underwear

This blockbuster exhibition presented the fascinating history of underwear design from the 18th century to the present.
View Exhibition

Isabelle de Borchgrave: Fashioning Art from Paper

Belgian artist Isabelle de Borchgrave's marvelous paper costumes were on view at the Frick during the fall of 2018 as part of the artist's first touring retrospective exhibition.
View Exhibition

Mrs. Peacock: A Gilded Age Portrait

An opulent example of Gilded Age portraiture, this full-length society portrait of Mrs. Irene M. Peacock was painted by Raimundo de Madrazo in 1902.

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April 15, 2017

Elise Adibi: Respiration Paintings

Nationally recognized contemporary artist Elise Adibi worked with the innate characteristics of the greenhouse, making use of the natural light, seasonal changes, and elevated humidity to both display and transform her artwork. A series of paintings installed to surround the viewer and coexist with the plants, Respiration Paintings explored the interconnection and intimate relationship between art, nature, and people.
View Exhibition

Irving Penn: Beyond Beauty

In a career that spanned seven decades, iconic American photographer Irving Penn (1917-2009) created an enormous body of work. This retrospective featured the full range of his accomplishment in more than 140 photographs including early social realist images, glamorous fashion photographs, insightful portraits, still lifes, nudes, and his late work with found objects.
View Exhibition

The Frick Collects: From Rubens to Monet

From Henry Clay Frick's early purchases, to his daughter Helen's collecting interests, through to the acquisitions that have been made by the museum in recent years, this exhibition told the story of The Frick Pittsburgh through its collection.
View Exhibition

Undressed: A History of Fashion in Underwear

This blockbuster exhibition presented the fascinating history of underwear design from the 18th century to the present.
View Exhibition

June 11, 2016

Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe

Deadly sharp stilettos, architecturally inspired wedges and platforms, and a number of artfully crafted shoes that defy categorization were featured among the selection of nearly 160 historical and contemporary heels on loan from designers, the renowned Brooklyn Museum costume collection housed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Bata Shoe Museum, and others.
View Exhibition

Forbidden Fruit: Chris Antemann at MEISSEN

The Frick presented Antemann's major works for Meissen, The Love Temple, and The Pleasure Garden (inspired by Fragonard's famous Progress of Love series) as well as a selection of smaller works, in the context of our permanent collection of 18th-century French art.
View Exhibition

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Fast Cars and Femmes Fatales: The Photographs of Jacques Henri Lartigue

The exhibition spans the years from 1907 to 1958 and reproductions of pages of his photo albums give insight into Lartigue's creative process and his acute observations of life.
View Exhibition

The Frick Collects: From Rubens to Monet

From Henry Clay Frick's early purchases, to his daughter Helen's collecting interests, through to the acquisitions that have been made by the museum in recent years, this exhibition told the story of The Frick Pittsburgh through its collection.
View Exhibition

May 9, 2015

Rolling Hills, Satanic Mills: The British Passion for Landscape

Drawn from the remarkable collections of the National Museum Wales, more than 60 works of art in this exhibition trace the development of landscape painting in Britain through the Industrial Revolution and the eras of Romanticism, Impressionism, and Modernism, to the postmodern and post-industrial imagery of today.
View Exhibition

Impressionist to Modernist: Masterworks of Early Photography

Featuring an international group of artists,this exhibition captured, through more than 70 works, a pivotal time in the history of the development of the medium. Rare, hand-crafted-vintage prints made through a variety of processes illustrate some of the artistic choices open to the late-19th and early-20th century photographer, and chart the shift to prominence of the classic black and white (gelatin silver) print, which came to dominate photography in the 20th century.
View Exhibition

Forbidden Fruit: Chris Antemann at MEISSEN

The Frick presented Antemann's major works for Meissen, The Love Temple, and The Pleasure Garden (inspired by Fragonard's famous Progress of Love series) as well as a selection of smaller works, in the context of our permanent collection of 18th-century French art.
View Exhibition

Fast Cars and Femmes Fatales: The Photographs of Jacques Henri Lartigue

The exhibition spans the years from 1907 to 1958 and reproductions of pages of his photo albums give insight into Lartigue's creative process and his acute observations of life.
View Exhibition

Charles Courtney Curran: Seeking the Ideal

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Henry Clay Frick purchased Curran's 1890 painting Woman with a Horse and Carriage, which typically hangs in the Clayton library. For this exhibition, our painting will join about 60 others as Curran's work travels to three North American venues (including The Frick Art Museum) in this first critical retrospective of his career since his death in 1942. The exhibition is organized by the Dixon Gallery & Gardens, Memphis, and will be accompanied by a full-color catalogue.
View Exhibition

June 28, 2014

Edgar Degas: The Private Impressionist: Works on Paper by the Artist and His Circle

This exhibition of more than 100 works on paper is built around a core group of 55 works by Degas, known as one of the strongest draftsmen of the Impressionist circle. From early drawings to late experiments in photography, the exhibition will illuminate the artist's personal life, his creative restlessness and experimentation, and his wider artistic circle.
View Exhibition

The Warner Collection: An American Odyssey

This exciting exhibition features American artists from the nation's early years of independence through the dawn of the 20th century and includes major artists and movements from the Peale family and Gilbert Stuart to American Impressionists like Childe Hassam and Theodore Robinson, with beautiful Hudson River School works falling in between.
View Exhibition

Clayton Days Revisited: A Project by Vik Muniz

In 1999 the Frick collaborated with contemporary artist Vik Muniz on a project that resulted in an exhibition of 65 photographs made on site and in the nearby environs of Pittsburgh. This exhibition marked the Frick's first venture into working with a living artist, and resulted in a significant body of work.
View Exhibition

Charles Courtney Curran: Seeking the Ideal

Henry Clay Frick purchased Curran's 1890 painting Woman with a Horse and Carriage, which typically hangs in the Clayton library. For this exhibition, our painting will join about 60 others as Curran's work travels to three North American venues (including The Frick Art Museum) in this first critical retrospective of his career since his death in 1942. The exhibition is organized by the Dixon Gallery & Gardens, Memphis, and will be accompanied by a full-color catalogue.
View Exhibition

October 6, 2012

Impressions of Interiors: Gilded Age Paintings by Walter Gay

American artist Walter Gay (1856-1937) specialized in painting views of opulent residential interiors in late-19th and early-20th-century America and Europe. John Singer Sargent, Gay's nearly exact contemporary, is well known for painting the sumptuous clothing and jewels of American society in his fashionable portraits.
View Exhibition

A Kind of Alchemy: Medieval Persian Ceramics

Produced for both the luxury and middle-class markets, these vessels, bowls, pitchers, and bottles reflect numerous cultural and artistic influences and an aesthetic sensibility that seems startlingly modern.
View Exhibition

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October 6, 2012

Impressions of Interiors: Gilded Age Paintings by Walter Gay

American artist Walter Gay (1856-1937) specialized in painting views of opulent residential interiors in late-19th and early-20th-century America and Europe. John Singer Sargent, Gay's nearly exact contemporary, is well known for painting the sumptuous clothing and jewels of American society in his fashionable portraits.
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