From 2000 to 2011, the Frick Art Reference Library offered visitors small-scale displays that highlighted often overlooked aspects of its research and archives collections. The Library's exhibition program went online in 2011, allowing Web site visitors from around the world to enjoy its collections.
A joint project of the Frick Art Reference Library and Brooklyn Museum Libraries and Archives that digitized ephemeral exhibition checklists, pamphlets, and catalogs from eleven historically significant galleries, society clubs, and arts associations operating from the late nineteenth to early twentieth century. With funding from the New York State Regional Bibliographic Databases Program, as part of its support of METRO’s Digital Metro New York initiative. For more information about the project see: "Gilded Age New York" on the New York Art Resources Consortium Web site.
Below is a listing of past Frick Art Reference Library exhibitions and links to their brochures.
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