The Frick Collection is physically located at 1 East 70th Street in New York City, sitting on the Northeast corner just next to Fifth Avenue. But for those who can't make the trip to see the museum's world renowned collections of paintings and fine furniture, all 21 rooms and spaces of the former mansion are available for virtual viewing on the museum's website. To view one of them, readers may simply select a zone from the floor plan on the landing page. From there, readers may zoom in and out, as well as turn in panoramic circles that offer a full view of the rooms, hallways, and gardens of the museum. Additionally, some of the galleries, such as the Portico Gallery, feature optional audio commentary. Add to this the archival images and related links available on each page and the site provides excellent education and entertainment for readers fascinated by the intricacies of old world art.
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