Edgar Munhall, The First Curator of The Frick Collection, Retires; Edgar Munhall Organizes a Touring Exhibition of Drawings by Greuze to Open at The Frick Collection in 2002

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In the sixty-five year history of The Frick Collection, only one person -- Edgar Munhall -- has held the title of Curator. Since 1965, the internationally-known art historian held the post from which he recently retired, while continuing to organize a touring exhibition of drawings by Jean-Baptiste Greuze to debut at The Frick Collection in the spring of 2002. During his thirty-five year tenure, the Collection published the first multi-volume catalogue of the museum's holdings in all fields.

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Monday, May 1, 2000