Future Exhibitions

The Frick Collection is pleased to present the following future special exhibitions. Click on the images below for more information.

  • Veronese in Murano: Two Venetian Renaissance Masterpieces Restored

    October 24, 2017 to March 11, 2018

    This fall, The Frick Collection will present Veronese in Murano: Two Venetian Renaissance Masterpieces Restored, a focused exhibition, organized by Peter Jay Sharp Chief Curator Xavier F. Salomon, on two recently conserved and rarely seen paintings by the celebrated artist Paolo Veronese (1528–1588), Saint Jerome in the Wilderness and Saint Peter Visiting Saint Agatha in Prison. While the paintings are known to scholars, their remote location in a church in Murano, an island in the lagoon of Venice, has made them difficult to study. The exhibition will provide a unique opportunity for an international audience to discover these two masterpieces in New York.

  • Murillo: The Self-Portraits

    November 1, 2017 to February 4, 2018

    Bartolomé Esteban Murillo was one of the finest painters of the Spanish Golden Age; this exhibition brings together the only two known self-portraits by him, one in The Frick Collection, and one in the National Gallery, London, along with a small selection of additional works by the artist.

  • Zurbarán: Jacob and His Twelve Sons, Paintings from Auckland Castle

    January 31, 2018 to April 22, 2018

    In conjunction with the Meadows Museum, Dallas, and the Auckland Castle Trust, County Durham, England, The Frick Collection is co-organizing an exhibition of Jacob and His Twelve Sons, an ambitious series of thirteen life-size paintings that depict the Old Testament figures. On loan from Auckland Castle, the works by the Spanish Golden Age master Francisco de Zurbarán have never traveled outside Europe.

  • Canova's George Washington

    May 23, 2018 to September 23, 2018

    Canova’s George Washington examines the history of acclaimed sculptor Antonio Canova's lost masterpiece, a full-length statue of George Washington depicted in ancient Roman garb, drafting his farewell address to the states. The exhibition brings together Canova’s full-sized preparatory plaster model (which has never left Italy), four preparatory sketches for the sculpture, and related engravings and drawings, as well as Thomas Lawrence’s 1816 oil portrait of Canova, which, like the model and several sketches, will be on loan from the Gypsotheca e Museo Antonio Canova in Possagno, Italy, the birthplace of the artist.