French Renaissance Furniture and Old Master Drawings & Prints in 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. The furniture was selected for display to celebrate the long-awaited appearance of Volumes V & VI of The Frick Collection: An Illustrated Catalogue, devoted to the Collection's unusually rich holdings of furniture and gilt bronzes.

image of gold medal depicting Queen Elizabeth.
The Currency of Fame: Portrait Medals of the Renaissance
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. The exhibition was co-organized by the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., and The Frick Collection and included more than 170 of the most important and beautiful medals from the major European centers of production: Italy, France, Germany, the Netherlands, and England.

intricately designed bronze oil lamp, with cast figures depicted

Andrea Riccio: Renaissance Master of Bronze

October 15, 2008 to January 19, 2009

The Frick Collection presented the first monographic exhibition dedicated to Andrea Riccio (1470–1532), one of the most creative sculptors of the Renaissance. On view were thirty-one autograph works representing every phase of Riccio’s career, three bronzes believed to be derived from the artist’s lost compositions, and two life-size terracotta sculptures. Andrea Riccio: Renaissance Master of Bronze was shown exclusively at The Frick Collection.