The Frick Art Reference Library supports innovative ways of studying art and art history through digital initiatives that serve an international research community. The Library makes items in its collections freely available online, fosters partnerships that expand digital access, and creates projects that further understanding and engagement with its rich holdings.
Frick Digital Collections
Access digital images of works of art, archival materials, and books in the collections of the Frick Art Reference Library.
Discover full-text books from the collections that have been digitized through the Frick Art Reference Library’s partnership with the Internet Archive.
The Digital Studio makes resources from the collections of the Frick Art Reference Library freely available through Frick Digital Collections and the Internet Archive.
Explore archived websites and other digital information related to art and art history, preserved through the Frick Art Reference Library’s partnership with the New York Art Resources Consortium (NYARC).
Browse digitized items from The Frick Collection and Frick Art Reference Library Archives, including records related to art historical scholarship and the history of the Frick family and institution.
Archives Directory for the History of Collecting in America
Locate archival repositories for primary source materials related to American galleries, dealers, and collectors.
Help The Frick Collection and Frick Art Reference Library Archives make historical documents more accessible by transcribing digitized materials.
Use the datasets of The Digital Art History Lab of the Frick Art Reference Library to create projects.
Explore an interactive map of the photograph expeditions organized by Helen Clay Frick between 1922 and 1967, which documented works of art in private collections and small public collections throughout the United States.
Learn about the partnership of the Frick Art Reference Library with The International Consortium of Photo Archives (PHAROS).
Create a free account to use the ARt Image Exploration Space (ARIES), an interactive tool for manipulating and comparing digital images.