2020 in Review: The Collection from Home

For most of 2020, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and in preparation for our reopening at Frick Madison, the Frick was unable to welcome visitors into a physical space. Instead, we improvised with a wide range of digital content to maintain the unique and intimate encounters with art for which we are known. 

Here's how online visitors most enjoyed connecting with the Collection over the past year. Thanks so much for staying in touch! We look forward to expanding on these digital programs and can't wait to see you in person at Frick Madison.

Most popular work of art, Sir Thomas More by Hans Holbein (German, 1497/1498-1543).
Most popular artist, Johannes Vermeer (Dutch, 1632–1675).
Over 21,000 new YouTube subscribers. Top 3 Cocktails with a Curator videos are Bellini's "St. Francis in the Desert," Holbein's "Sir Thomas More," and Rembrandt's "Polish Rider"
Most popular webinar, Collecting Impressions: Six Centuries of Print Connoisseurship.
Chart of the top blogs. The most popular is "New Discoveries Offer Answers to Mystery of Frick's Vermeer." Second most popular is "85 Frick Facts for 85 Years." Third is "Untold Histories: A Parallel Household." And fourth is "'Technological Revolutions and Art History': Four-Part Symposium Weighs Urgent Questions in the Field."
Most popular thematic gallery is "Monsters and Beasts" which is exclusive to the Frick guide found on the Bloomberg Connects app.
Most downloaded coloring page is "Still Life with Plums" by Jean-Simeon Chardin (French, 1699–1779).
Most downloaded online background is "Harbor of Dieppe: Changement de Domicile" by Joseph Mallord William Turner (British, 1775–1851).
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