November 14, 1995 to January 28, 1996
Another in-depth exhibition devoted to a single painting in The Frick Collection, this one focused on Whistler's celebrated portrait... read more »
June 13, 1995 to August 13, 1995
American audiences were offered their first comprehensive introduction to drawings and watercolors from the "Golden Age" of Danish art (1815–48) at The Frick Collection.
March 14, 1995 to May 14, 1995
The Stanford Museum collection of drawings was one of the largest such university collections in the country, distinguished particularly for its holdings in works from the late eighteenth and... read more »
November 15, 1994 to February 12, 1995
An exhibition of approximately one hundred works by John Constable (1776–1837) was devoted to his primary interest, landscape.
May 24, 1994 to August 22, 1994
The first major survey in America on the art of the Renaissance portrait medal, on display in the Garden Court.
September 13, 1993 to November 7, 1993
More than seventy watercolors from the print room of the Rijksmuseum were on view at The Frick Collection.
January 13, 1993 to April 4, 1993
An exhibition of French Renaissance furniture and Old Master prints and drawings belonging to The Frick Collection.
October 15, 1992
In 1965 Childs Frick, son of Henry Clay Frick, left by bequest 220 pieces of Chinese blue-and-white porcelain that... read more »
May 20, 1992 to August 23, 1992
An exhibition composed of watercolors illustrating more than sixty nineteenth-century interiors, from cottages to palaces.
February 3, 1992 to March 29, 1992
A focused exhibition placing a Hercules attributed to Antonio del Pollaiuolo in the collection of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin side by side with the Frick's own bronze Hercules... read more »