Designed by local architects Pratt, Schafer & Slowik in an Italian Renaissance style, the Frick Art Museum houses the collection of Helen Clay Frick, who established the Frick Art & Historical Center. The Frick Art Museum features early Italian Renaissance paintings and French 18th-century painting and decorative arts.
The Frick Art Museum has a diverse collection of artworks by a variety of renowned artists, ranging from Baroque and Renaissance bronzes to Late Medieval, Renaissance, and 19th-century European paintings. Featured artists include Renaissance and Late Medieval painters such as Francesco di Vannuccio, Matteo Di Giovanni, Lippo Memmi, Jean Bellegambe, Bernardo Daddi, and Giovanni di Paolo, as well as Jan van Os, Jean-Louis de Marne, and Apollonio Di Giovanni. Nineteenth –century artists include Anton Mauve, Jules Cazin, and Jean-Francois Raffaëlli. Photo: Frick Art & Historical Center
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