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About This Web Site |

Vivian Gill, Creative Director for Digital Media, Valery Chen, Front-End Web Developer, and Amanda Orchanian, Web Content Strategist, are responsible for the layout, design, development and maintenance of this Web site in conjunction with Floyd Sweeting III, Head, Technology and Digital Media. In 2012 we launched our site using Drupal, enhancing its clarity and accessibility as well as adding an array of new programs and features. Contributors in each department of The Frick Collection and Frick Art Reference Library help developing the content for the site. 

For information about rights and reproduction related to images of works of art on this site see Image Permissions. For use of this site and related information, please refer to our Privacy Policy.

To contact a member of our team, use our feedback form.

Search Our Collections |

The Collections management system of The Frick Collection is The Museum System (TMS) and uses eMuseum, also by Gallery Systems. The Web version was designed by Vivian Gill with support from Floyd Sweeting III and Valery Chen. Allison Galea and the curatorial department of The Frick Collection are responsible for the content. All photography by Richard di Liberto, Michael Bodycomb, and Ed Watkins is copyright The Frick Collection. 

For information about rights and reproduction related to images of works of art in The Frick Collection, see Image Permissions

Research Databases |

The Frick Collection and Frick Art Reference Library publish the following unique databases for researchers in the history of art. The databases and Web presentations were developed by Julie Shean, former Database Administrator, in conjunction with the various departments producing content for each collection. Staff from different areas of the Library maintain content.

Archives Directory for the History of Collecting in America
The Montias Database of 17th Century Dutch Art Inventories
Spanish Artists from the Fourth to the Twentieth Century: A Critical Dictionary

Library Catalog

For more information, see FRESCOARCADE or NYARC.

Web Archiving

Web Archives for The Frick Collection and Frick Art Reference Library sites were established to collect and preserve materials on the Web — most recently using Archive-It and previously on the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine. The Our official site ( is archived.

The Wayback Machine captured several versions of the Frick's Web sites between the years 1998 and 2011. In June of 2011 The Frick Collection began to subscribe to the Archive-It Web service. 

For more information on Archive-It, see their FAQ page.


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