Ronald S. Lauder, honorary chairman of the Museum of Modern Art’s board of trustees, and Stephen Schwarzman, a trustee at the Frick Collection, both donated significant sums to Trump’s reelection campaign according to Forbes.
Be enchanted by the splendid palace-villa with its art collections and pavilions, set in 75 hectares (158 acres) of historic gardens. The lecture will be webcast live for audiences around the world.
The Frick Collection presents the work of Bertoldo di Giovanni, an understated yet pivotal figure during the Renaissance, long described as a disciple of Donatello and a tutor of Michelangelo.
Bernard and Lisa Selz have contributed more than $3 million in recent years to the anti-vax movement. They’ve also given millions to institutions like the Frick Collection, the Brooklyn Museum, the Dallas Art Museum, and the World Monuments Fund.
The Frick Collection hosts the North American debut of Francisco de Zurbarán’s Jacob and His Twelve Sons, a Spanish Golden Age series with mysterious origins.
The show at the Frick Collection foregrounds the artist’s inventive portraits, which are not as well known as his religious paintings.
An exhibition at the Frick Collection unites for the first time three of J.M.W. Turner’s 1820s port paintings, created in an age of newly open borders in Europe.
The first exhibition on 18th-century bronze chaser and gilder Pierre Gouthière at the Frick Collection brings together lavish examples of his work for the French court of Versailles.
Van Dyck: The Anatomy of Portraiture, currently at the Frick Collection, provides a window onto how the premier Baroque portrait style came together in the busy studio of a gifted, if short-lived, painter.
The Frick Collection is adding an impressive cache of metal portraits to its collections.
A group of 54 artists and other art worlders has signed a letter asking Mayor de Blasio and Meenakshi Srinivasan, chair of the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission, to deny the Frick Collection’s proposed plan for expansion.
The Frick Collection’s Russell Page–designed garden, planned for destruction as part of the Manhattan museum’s expansion project, is one of 11 land-based art pieces announced as under threat this week by the Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF).