The Frick Collection has continued to expand its holdings in the decades following Henry Clay Frick's death in 1919. Since then, nearly half of the Collection's paintings and several important sculptures and decorative art objects have been acquired.
Joseph Chinard (1756–1813)
Portrait of Louis-Étienne Vincent-Marniola, 1809
25 3/16 x 25 3/16 x 14 15/16 in. (64 x 64 x 38 cm)
Purchase, 2004 (2004.2.01)
In 2004, Anne L. Poulet, then Director of the Frick, announced the first major acquisition by purchase in almost a decade: Joseph Chinard’s Portrait of Étienne Vincent Marniola, a terracotta bust executed around 1809.MORE »