Garden Court

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Garden Court History

John Russell Pope’s Garden Court was a key element in his scheme for the conversion of the residential mansion into a public museum. An inspired design, which enclosed the mansion’s former exterior courtyard under glass, the Frick’s Garden Court prefigured Pope’s designs for similar courts in the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

  • Garden Court from south entrance, 1938

  • Garden Court, looking south, 1938

  • Garden Court, 1940

  • Garden Court, 1946

  • Garden Court, northwest corner, 1960

  • Garden Court, looking southwest, 1960

  • Garden Court, looking northwest, 1976

  • Garden Court, looking north, 1976

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Get the full experience and go through The Frick Collection in full screen mode on your browser or ipad. Jump to different rooms using the radar map, the slide-out preview, or the room selection menu.

To exit the full screen mode, simply click on the "x" button at the bottom to return to the virtual tour floor plan.

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View Works Currently on Display in the Garden Court

For the most up-to-date information on works of art that are currently on display in the Garden Court, please click here.

 

Google Art Project

Google recently announced the major global expansion of last year's groundbreaking Art Project. This unique collaboration merging art and technology now includes 151 partners in 40 countries around the world. In the United States alone, the project has expanded beyond the initial group of four museums, which included The Frick Collection, to represent 29 partners — ranging from large institutions to university galleries — in 16 cities.

For more information about this project, see Google Art Project

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