Ceramics

The Chinese ceramics in The Frick Collection date from the Ming and Qing dynasties and embrace a range of types, including blue-and-white, famille verte, famille noire, and famille rose. The French ceramics include remarkable examples of Vincennes and Sèvres porcelains of the eighteenth century, as well as a rare sixteenth-century ewer of Saint-Porchaire earthenware. They are joined by a sixteenth-century Italian maoilica dish of rare beauty, depicting The Judgment of Paris, which was given to the Collection in 2008.

Browse ceramics in eMuseum (collections.frick.org).