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View Resource The Frick Collection and Frick Art Reference Library

One of the great steel and railroad barons of the last century, Henry Clay Frick used some of his wealth to amass an awesome collection of art, which he bequeathed to the public upon his death in 1919. Visitors to the Frick site can browse through over 120 of the 1,100 artworks in the collection, including paintings (an eclectic selection of works by Bellini, Constable, Gainsborough, El Greco,...

https://www.frick.org/
View Resource Goya's Last Works

Considered to be the last of the Old Masters, Francisco de Goya y Lucientes has been the subject of a number of insightful retrospectives and special exhibitions over the past decade. Designed to complement a current exhibition at the Frick Museum in New York, this online collection offers images taken from the last years of his distinguished career. Perhaps the most intriguing drawings offered...

https://www.frick.org/exhibitions/past/2006/goyas-last-works
View Resource The Frick Collection: Multimedia

The Frick Collection was created by Henry Clay Frick's bequest in 1919, and it's housed in the Fifth Avenue mansion where Frick's family used to live. The coke and steel magnate had it built expressly to house his hundreds of works of fine and decorative art, and wanted it to be open to the public after his family was no longer living in the home. The website for the Collection is impressive,...

https://www.frick.org/interact