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  • The Frick Collectionannual report july 2013 june 2014

  • The Frick Collection annual report july 2013 june 2014

    leadership

    2 BoardofTrustees

    reports

    3 MargotBogert,Chairman,andIanWardropper,Director5 XavierF.Salomon,PeterJaySharpChiefCurator8 StephenJ.Bury,AndrewW.MellonChiefLibrarian

    collection

    11 MuseumAcquisitionsandNotableLibraryAcquisitions

    public programming

    12 ExhibitionsandLectures13 FreePublicEveningsandSymposia14 PublicationsandConcerts

    financial statements

    15 StatementofFinancialPosition16 StatementofActivities

    donor support and membership

    17 GiftsandGrants21 DirectorsCircle22 AnnualFund23 FellowsandFriends29 RembrandtFellowsandYoungFellows32 ExhibitionSupport33 CorporateMembersandSponsors34 HenryClayFrickAssociates

    staff

    35 TheFrickCollection38 FrickArtReferenceLibrary

    coverJohannes Vermeer (16321675), Girl with a Pearl Earring, c. 1665, oil on canvas, Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis, The Hague

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    TheFrickCollectionBoardofTrustees

    As of June 30, 2014

    MargotBogert,ChairmanAsoO.Tavitian,Vice ChairmanFranklinW.Hobbs,TreasurerMichaelJ.Horvitz,Secretary

    PeterP.BlanchardIIIAyeshaBulchandani-Mathrani

    Jean-MarieEveillardBarbaraG.Fleischman

    EmilyT.FrickSidneyR.Knafel

    JamesS.Reibel,M.D.CharlesM.Royce

    JuanSabaterStephenA.SchwarzmanMelindaMartinSullivan

    IanWardropper,exofficioAntonioWeiss

    President EmeritaHelenClayChace

    Trustees EmeritiJohnP.Birkelund

    I.TownsendBurdenIIIWalterJosephPatrickCurley

    L.F.BokerDoyleBlairEffron

    HowardPhippsJr.

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    T he past twelve months have beenan exciting period for The FrickCollection.Wehostedanexhibitionofworksfrom the Mauritshuis in The Hague, whichwas, by every measure, the most popularand successful in our history; we welcomedXavierF.SalomonasournewPeterJaySharpChief Curator; and, in June, we announcedplans toenhanceandexpandtheCollectionand the Frick Art Reference Library. As theFrick continues to evolve and to considerlong-term improvements, our priority is toremain true to the vision of Henry ClayFrickbyofferingexhibitionsandeducationalprograms that inspire our visitors to learnmoreaboutourholdingsandtotakepleasurein thecontemplationof art. Such initiatives,whichareacornerstoneoftheFricksmission,wouldnotbepossiblewithoutthesupportofourmanygenerousfriendsandmembers.

    Vermeer, Rembrandt, and Hals: Masterpieces of Dutch Painting from the Mauritshuis opened to critical acclaim inOctober 2013. Vermeers iconic Girl with a Pearl Earring and Carel Fabritiuss master-work The Goldfinch were the favorites ofthe exhibition, which was seen during itsthree-monthrunbymorethan235,000visi-tors.Manywhosawtheshowwereinspiredby their experience to become members.Mostnotably,ourstudentmembershipgrewsignificantly, evidence that the exhibitionattracted a young audience as well. By theend of the fiscal year, our membership had

    reachedanall-timehighofnearly19,000fourtimeswhatithadbeenlastyear.

    The Mauritshuis show was by nomeans the only acclaimed special exhibi-tion on view. We presented two wonderfulinstallations primarily of sculpture, David dAngers: Making the Modern Monument andRenaissance and Baroque Bronzes from the Hill Collection.Wealsofeatured,fortheveryfirsttimeintheUnitedStates,ParmigianinosSchiava Turcaa jewel of Renaissance por-traiture in the tradition of the Mona Lisa.This exhibition was accompanied by anextendedcatalogueessaythatshednewlighton the identity of the sitter. You can readmoreaboutallofourspecialexhibitions inthecuratorialreport,beginningonpage5.

    Along with our exhibitions, it is thebeauty of the objects in the Fricks perma-nentcollectionthatinspiresvisitorstoreturnto our galleries again and again. To bettershowcase these objects, this year we intro-ducedafreemobileappthatprovidesinstantaccess to content related to every work inthepermanentcollection.Userscanbrowseforinformationaboutparticularobjectsandsearch the collection by artist, genre, gal-lery location, and audio stop number. Itcan be used by visitors on-site or remotelyby art enthusiasts around the world, mak-ing our expansive resources available tousers as never before. The appdevel-oped in conjunction with students of theStevens InstituteofTechnologyand funded

    by Sandeep Mathrani in honor of AyeshaBulchandani-Mathranidemonstrates oneof the many ways the institution is usingtechnology to enhance the understandingandappreciationofourholdings.

    The Frick Art Reference Library contin-uestobreaknewgroundinareasofdigitiza-tion, research initiatives, online archiving,andthroughtheprogramsoftheCenterfortheHistoryofCollecting.Onpage8,youwillfindthereportofStephenBury,AndrewW.MellonChiefLibrarian.

    In January we welcomed Xavier F.Salomon as Peter Jay Sharp Chief Curator.Xavierfirstarrivedat themuseumin2004,asanAndrewW.MellonCuratorialFellow.He worked closely with Colin B. Bailey(whom he succeeded as Chief Curator)to organize the 2006 exhibition Veroneses Allegories: Virtue, Love, and Exploration in Renaissance Venice, as well as Masterpieces of European Painting from Dulwich Picture Gallery, in 2010. Following his fellowship,hewasnamedChiefCuratoroftheDulwichPicture Gallery in London, and, begin-ning in 2011, he served as a curator in theDepartment of European Paintings at TheMetropolitanMuseumofArt.Mostrecently,Xavier organized the acclaimed exhibitionVeronese: Magnificence in Renaissance Veniceat the National Gallery in London. We aredelightedthathehasreturnedtotheFricktoleadoursuperbteamofcurators,conserva-tors,andeducators.

    Wealsowelcomedtwonewmemberstoour Board of Trustees: Dr. James S. ReibelandMelindaMartinSullivan.Inadditiontobeing dedicated patrons of this institution,botharedistinguishedcollectors.Dr.Reibel

    Letter from the Chairman and the DirectorMargotBogert&IanWardropper

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    hashadanactivecareerinmedicine,healthcare administration, and public policy;Mrs.Sullivanhasahistoryofphilanthropicinvolvement throughout the United States.Wearegratefultothemfortheircontinuedsupport of The Frick Collection and forbringing their expertiseand insights toourgoverningboard.

    The 2013 Autumn Dinner honoredMichelDavid-Weill,ageneroussupporteroftheFricksspecialexhibitionsanditsdecora-tiveartsprogramand the formerchairmanand president of Lazard LLC. The annualblack-tie dinner, held on October 7, 2013,raisednearly$1.2millionforprogramsatthemuseum and the library. With its CelestialBalltheme,theYoungFellowsBallonMarch13, 2014, paid tribute to the special exhibi-tion Renaissance and Baroque Bronzes from

    the Hill Collection. The festive event raisednearly$280,000forthemuseumseducationprogram, which serves more than 20,000people annually, including students frommiddleschoolthroughcollege.

    Asmanyofyouhavesurelynoticed, thenumber and variety of our lectures, semi-nars,courses,andotherofferingshavegrownover thepastdecade,ashave the scopeandfrequency of our special exhibitions. Withthis increase in educational and curatorialactivities,theneedhasarisentocreatespaceto support the programs our members andvisitors most enjoy. In response to theseneeds, the Trustees announced in June anarchitectural master plan that proposes tocreate, among other things, classrooms forour education programs and a state-of-the-art conservation lab to better care for the

    objects in the permanent collection. Theplanwhich includes enhancements to theFrickArtReferenceLibrarywillalsoopenareasofthemansionssecondfloortovisitors,something the public has expressed inter-est in formanyyears.Theproposedproject(detailedinthefall2014issueoftheMembers Magazine)ismodestinscalebutambitiousinwhatitwillprovideforthemuseumtoday,aswellasinthedecadestocome.

    By all accounts, the past year was anexceptional one. We deeply appreciate theloyaltyofourmembers,whomakepossibleall we accomplish. With their support, thesuccessofourmanyinitiativeshassetusona course to realize a Frick that honors thepastbutiswellpoisedforthefuture,onethatensuresitsroleasapreeminentandindeliblepartoftheculturallandscapeofNewYork.

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    Report of the Peter Jay Sharp Chief CuratorXavierF.Salomon

    Iam especially honored and pleased towritethis,myfirstletterfortheAnnualReport as Peter Jay Sharp Chief Curator. Iamalsoproudtoreport that theCuratorialDepartment has accomplished a great dealin the past year. Keeping true to the mis-sion of the institution, we have mounteddiverse exhibitions on a variety of subjects,from Dutch Old Master paintings to lateeighteenth-century French sculpture andRenaissance and Baroque bronzes, amongothers. We continue to present exhibitions,programs, and publications that shed newlight on the permanent collection, and ourefforts received noteworthy accolades fromcritics,scholars,colleagues,andvisitors.

    Webeganourfall2013exhibitionprogramwith David dAngers: Making the Modern Monument, on view from September 17through December 8, 2013. Organizedby Emerson Bowyer, Andrew W. MellonCuratorialFellow,theexhibitionwasthefirstontheartistoutsideofhisnativeFranceandbroughttogetherforty-eightworksonpaperand in wax, terracotta, bronze, and plaster,as well as rare nineteenth-century repro-ductions of his work in photographs andengravings. The show was accompanied bya fully illustratedcatalogue,whichincludedthefirstEnglish translationofa short storywritten by dAngers in 1849. The EducationDepartmentpresentedtwointerdisciplinary

    SalonEveningsinspiredbytheexhibition,inwhich participants had the opportunity tostudytheworksthroughthelensesofarchi-tecture,music,andliterature.

    Vermeer, Rembrandt, and Hals: Masterpieces of Dutch Painting from the MauritshuisdebutedtogreatacclaimonOctober22,2013.TheshowfeaturedfifteenpaintingsfromtheRoyal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis in TheHague, Netherlands, including Vermeersiconic Girl with a Pearl Earring and CarelFabritiuss exquisite Goldfinch, alongsideworks by Rembrandt, Hals, Peter Claesz,NicholasMaes,GerardterBorch,JanSteen,Jacob van Ruisdael, and Adriaen Coorte.Works were selected by Colin B. Bailey,formerFrickDeputyDirectorandPeterJaySharp Chief Curator, in collaboration withEdwin Buijsen, Head of Collections at theMauritshuis.The installationwasorganizedby Assistant Curator Margaret Iacono. InhisreviewoftheexhibitionintheNew York Times,HollandCotternoted that the selec-tionofpaintingswasagold-standardrem-nantoftheDutchGoldenAge.Acataloguepublished by the Fine Arts Museums ofSanFranciscoandDelmonicoBooks/Prestelaccompaniedtheexhibition.

    Throughout the duration of theMauritshuisshow,wehostedaseriesofpub-lic programs, including four lectures, threeseminars,and,forthefirsttime,specialexhi-bition guided school visits, which offeredstudents access to exhibitions on Mondays,when the museum is closed to the public.The program served nearly 550 middle andhigh school students in this inaugural yearand will continue during upcoming exhibi-tions, exemplifying the Fricks commitment

    to the next generation of art lovers andmuseum-goers.

    The Frick was the sole venue forRenaissance and Baroque Bronzes from the Hill Collection, on view from January 28throughJune15,2014.Thirty-fourstatuettesrepresenting Janine and J. Tomilson Hillscollection were shown alongside selectedOld Master and contemporary works indisplays that reflected the couples diverseholdings and refined collecting sensibili-ties. Organized by Curator Denise Allen,the show included works by masters of theItalian,French,German,andDutchschools,many of which were exhibited withoutvitrines, thus enhancing their impact andfacilitatingclosestudy.RobertaSmithoftheNew York Times declaredtheexhibitionsen-sationalandpraisedthewaythesculpturesandpaintingsweresuperblyjuxtaposed...inawonderfullycleaninstallation.

    On March 9, 2014, we closed Precision and Splendor: Clocks and Watches at The Frick Collection, a year-long exhibition offourteenwatchesandelevenclocksfromthethirty-eight-objectbequestoftheNewYorkcollectorWinthropKelloggEdey,alongwithfivespectacularclocksonloanfromHoraceWood Brock. Charlotte Vignon, the FricksAssociateCuratorofDecorativeArts,orga-nizedtheshow,whichillustratedthestylisticand technical developments of timepiecesdatingfrom1500to1830.

    Enlightenment and Beauty: Sculptures by Houdon and Clodion, the premiere instal-lation of sculpture in the Portico Gallerysince its inauguration in 2012, opened onApril 1, 2014. In this year-long show, theFricks important holdings of works by two

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    of the foremostsculptors in lateeighteenth-century France are shown together for thefirsttime.Exquisitelycarvedandlifelikemar-bleportraitsbyHoudonandvirtuosoterra-cottafiguresbyClodionfromthepermanentcollection are complemented by importantexamples from New Yorkarea private col-lections, illustrating the beauty, naturalism,and classical motifs that connect the worksofbothartists.Inanticipationoftheexhibi-tion,AssociateConservatorJuliaDaycleanedClodions Zephyrus and Flora. The show isaccompanied by an introductory video nar-ratedbyDirectorEmeritaAnneL.Poulet.

    From May 13 through July 20, 2014,we presented The Poetry of Parmigianinos Schiava Turca, organized in collaborationwiththeFoundationforItalianArt&Culture.Rarely seen outside of its home institution,the Galleria Nazionale di Parma, this mas-terpiece crossed the Atlantic for the firsttime for presentations at the Frick and attheLegionofHonor,SanFrancisco.Schiava Turca was installed in the Oval Room, sur-rounded by Renaissance portraits from thepermanent collection and ParmigianinosPortrait of a Man, on loan from a privatecollection.Theexhibitionandaccompanyingcatalogueofferedanovelinterpretationoftheidentityofthesitter.ASchiava TurcathemedSummer Night featured lectures, readingsof Italian Renaissance poetry, and a perfor-manceoftheballetexcerptDanse Arabefromthe Nutcracker Suite. In conjunction withthe exhibition, Guest Curator Aimee Ng,Andrea Bayer (The Metropolitan MuseumofArt),MaryVaccaro(UniversityofTexasatArlington),andIledastudydaythatincludedaseriesofdiscussionsandpresentations.

    We were pleased to acquire several newobjects this year, including two by Pierre-Jean David dAngers, both titled LAbb de Lamennais and executed in 1831. The works,one in bronze and the other wax on slate,were featured in David dAngers: Making the Modern Monumentandweregenerouslygivenby Johnathan Kagan and Ute WartenbergKaganinhonorofWalterA.Eberstadt.

    In 2013, Henry H. Arnhold generouslygiftedtheFricktheGreat Bustard, createdin1732bytheMeissenPorcelainManufactory.We also acquired a beautiful watercolorandgraphitedrawingonlaidpaper,View of DieppebyAntoineVollon,agiftfromCarolFormanTabler inmemoryofMr.andMrs.AlexanderA.FormanIII.

    Special loans continue to enliven thepermanent collection. We received twopaintings from The Alana Collection, bothdepicting Saint Jerome in the WildernessonebyBenvenutoTisidaGarofaloand theotherbyFraBartolommeo.TheMuseumoftheCityofNewYorklentPierre-JeanDaviddAngerss marble Ann Buchan Robinson,and we received Matthias Steinls carvedivory sculpture Pluto and Proserpina froman anonymous lender. Other objects onloan are Jean-Antoine Houdons La Grive Morte (The Horvitz Collection, Boston);GiambolognaswaxsculptureAstrology(TheQuentin Foundation); Guillaume BoichotsPair of Vases Depicting the Calydonian Boar Hunt (private collection); a Saint-Porchairepottery ewer (anonymous lender); a pairof silver basins and fountains by LewinDedecke and Johann Wilhelm Voigt I (pri-vatecollection);apairofFrenchgilt-bronzecandlesticks after Juste-Aurle Meissonnier

    (private collection); a Meissen mountedMaiblmen vase in hard-paste porcelainwithcoloredenamel,gildeddecoration,andgilt bronze (private collection); a pair ofFrench mounted petrified wood vases withgiltbronze(privatecollection);aFrenchcon-sole table in gilt wood and marble (privatecollection); a Parisian pediment clock withgilt mounts attributed to Franois Rmond(private collection); a longcase regulatorclockbyBalthazarLieutaud(privatecollec-tion); a Louis XVI fall-front desk by Jean-HenriRiesener(privatecollection);aSvresLouisXVImountedvase(privatecollection);aSvresLouisXVpotpourrivasewithLouisXVIgilt-bronzemounts(privatecollection);and a garniture of one clock and two vasesmadeofQianlong-eraporcelainwithFrenchgilt-bronze mounts and a clock movementbyJeanMartin(privatecollection).

    TheConservationDepartmentcontinuesitslong-termtechnicalresearchonobjectsinthepermanentcollection.ChiefConservatorJoeGodlahasbeenstudyingthefabricationtechniquesofPierreGouthiresgiltbronzes,and Associate Conservator Julia Day con-tinues her work on the various terracottasculptures in the collection. The conserva-tion lab received several improvements thisyear,includingtheinstallationofnewfloor-ing material and a humidifier that enablessensitiveobjectstobetreatedduringthedrywinterseason.Thedepartmentalsoinstalledanewwirelessdataloggingsystemtomoni-torhumidityandtemperatureinthegalleriesandvaults.

    Goyas Duke of Osuna looks abso-lutely splendid after undergoing treatmentand technical study by Dorothy Mahon

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    and Michael Gallagher, conservators atThe Metropolitan Museum of Art. Theeighteenth-centuryRgencepictureframeinwhichHalssPortrait of a Womanhangswasmeticulously treatedby theBrooklyn-basedconservatorGiovanniBucchi.TheWestGal-lerys nineteenth-century Persian Saroughcarpet was reinstalled after extensive clean-ingandrepairsat theCathedralofSt. JohntheDivinesconservationfacility.

    In addition to studying, enhancing, andcaring for our permanent collection, weremaincommittedtoensuringitsaccessibil-ity.ThispastyeartheEducationDepartmentpresented more than 800 events for nearly17,000visitors.ThisincludedtheFricksseriesoffreelectures,whichwasenjoyedby2,000attendees.Thirteenlecturesincludingthoserelated to the Mauritshuis and Renaissanceand Baroque Bronzes exhibitionswerewebcast in partnership with FORA.tv andmadeavailableforviewingonline.

    The Fricks second annual Teen Night

    took place on September 27, 2013. Nearly120teensexploredthepermanentcollectionandparticipatedingalleryconversations,lis-tenedtochambermusicperformedbyPraxisYouthLeadershipOrchestra,andsharedinaQ&AwithFrickstaffmembers.OnOctober4,2013,wehostedourthirdannualCollegeNight, when more than 200 college andgraduate students gathered after hours tolearn about our education programs, fel-lowships, internships, and the Frick ArtReferenceLibrary.

    As part of our ongoing effort to reachstudents and young professionals, we pre-sented a series of programs throughout theyear, includingCoolClasses forHotNightsfor high school students; Frick Forum forteens,whichpromotescloselookingandarthistoricaldiscussion;ArtClub,afreeweek-end program for middle school students;and Art Dialogues, a program designed foryoung professionals interested in participa-toryandfocusedengagementwithworksof

    art. More than 300 individuals participatedintheseprograms.

    Other highlights of our education pro-gramincludedguidedschoolvisits,throughwhich we served more than 1,750 students;our museum-school collaboration, this yearwith East Harlem School; and studio pro-gramsforparticipantsofallagesandabilities.

    We welcomed two new colleagues thisyear: Nathaniel Prottas became our new-est Samuel H. Kress Interpretive Fellow,and Adam Eaker, a doctoral candidate atColumbia University, joined us as our sec-ondAnneL.PouletCuratorialFellow.

    IthasbeenanespeciallyexcitingyearatTheFrickCollection.Iamimmenselygrate-fultomystafffortheirexpertiseandunwav-eringdedication,withoutwhichnoneoftheaforementioned projects would be possible.Wearecurrentlypreparingforawiderangeofforthcomingexhibitions,programs,publi-cations,andactivities,andIlookforwardtosharingthemwithyouinayearstime.

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    Report of the Andrew W. Mellon Chief LibrarianStephenJ.Bury

    I t has been a productive year for theLibrary,withonlineexhibitions,contin-uedresearchinitiatives,andnewdigitizationprojects.Wehavemadeaparticularefforttoexpandouronlinearchiveandmakeitacces-sibletopatronsandscholarsworldwide.

    TheNewYorkArtResourcesConsortium(nyarc),whichconsistsof the libraries andarchives of the Frick Art Reference Library,theBrooklynMuseum,andTheMuseumofModernArt,wasawardeda$340,000grantfrom The Andrew W. Mellon Foundationto initiate a program of web archiving forspecialist art historical resources. The two-year program, known as Making the Black Hole Gray, responds to a 2012 pilot study,Reframing Collections for the Digital Age,alsofundedbytheMellonFoundation.Thestudydemonstratedthatthetypesofprintedmate-rials the nyarc libraries have historicallycollected are increasingly migrating to theweb. It revealed an urgent need to preservetheweb-basedversionsofauctioncatalogues,catalogue raisonns, and scholarly researchprojects,aswellasartist,gallery,andmuseumWeb sites, in order to eliminate a digitalblack hole in the art historical record. TheFrickhas taken the lead in thisproject,andnyarc has secured funding for a NationalDigitalStewardshipfellow,whowillbebasedat the Frick to assist in the preservation of

    Web archives. nyarc also obtained fundingfrom The Samuel H. Kress Foundation fortwo successive two-year fellows who willwork in public services, dividing their timeamongthethreenyarcpartners.

    In the Photoarchive, the historic heartof the Library since it was established in1920, staff members began digitizing morethan330,000Americanschoolphotographs.Working closely with John Resig, Dean ofComputer Science at the Khan Academy,and using the image recognition softwareMatchEngine, they analyzed anonymousItalian school digital images and metadatafor errors and then matched them againstthe Fondazione Zeris holdings in orderto make identifications. A grant from TheSamuel H. Kress Foundation will enable ustodevelop thisproject intoanopen-sourcetool-kit for imageanalysis that canbeusedbyotherphotoarchives.

    In July, the Frick Art Reference LibraryPeriodicalsIndex,acard-basedindexofmorethan300periodicalsheldbytheLibrary,wasmadeavailableonline throughanelectronicsubscriptionresourcepublishedbyebsco,aleading resource discovery service providerfor librariesworldwide. Inour thirdyearofa five-year project with scholarly publisherBrill,theLibraryincorporateddigitizedfilesof 326 rare auction catalogues into the ArtSalesCataloguesOnline.

    Thanks to a $25,000 grant from theMetropolitan New York Library Council,we completed the third phase of our col-laborative digitization project Gilding the Gilded Age: Interior Decoration Tastes & Trends in New York City, which broughttogether materials pertaining to the Gilded

    Age in New York from the Frick and theWilliam Randolph Hearst Archive (LongIsland University). Digital copies of GildedAge sales catalogues are now accessiblethroughArcade,WorldCat,andtheInternetArchive.Anonlineexhibitioncreatedusingmaterials from this collaboration providesfurtherinformationonimportantcollectorsofdecorativeartsintheGildedAgeandonthe Chinese export porcelain that was inparticulardemandatthattime.

    This Kiss to the Whole World: Klimt and the Vienna Secession,anotheronlineexhibi-tion mounted by the Library and featuringrare materials from the special collectionsof nyarc, was launched as part of Vienna, City of Dreams, a three-week citywidefestival held in February and March andspearheaded by Carnegie Hall. The onlineexhibitionspotlightedtheViennaSecession(UnionofAustrianArtists)movementwhenGustav Klimt, a founding member, wasinvolved. The Web site presented digitalcopiesofthetwenty-threeViennaSecessioncatalogues (18981905) along with photo-graphic postcards illustrating some of theSecessionist exhibition installations. It alsoincludedtextsaboutthefamousBeethoven/Klinger Secession exhibition (1902), theKlimt retrospective exhibition (1903), andtheSecessionbuilding,aswellasaninterac-tivetimeline.DigitalcopiesoftheFrickArtReference Librarys collection of Secessioncataloguesfrom1898through1922areavail-ableinArcade.

    We continue to engage with the dig-ital community and to share our digitalresources via social media. The Libraryposted image collections on Pinterest, with

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    organizingthemessuchasA Girls Best Friend,Silhouettes, andArt Historys Best Facial Hair.The collections feature the Librarys digi-tized negatives and are linked to the FrickDigital Image Archive. We also began toprovide content to The Frick CollectionsFacebookpage forThrowbackThursdays.The Library began Wikipedia activity onbehalfofTheFrickCollectionandarrangeda training workshop with the WikipedianinResidenceoftheMetropolitanNewYorkLibraryCouncil.

    Serving our visitors remains a top pri-ority. For the first time in the Librarysninety-three-year history, we were opento the public in August on Tuesdays andWednesdays.ThisyeartheLibraryhad6,097externalvisitorsandsetall-timerecordsfortheregistrationofnewresearchers,thenum-berofonsiteandemailqueriesreceived,andthenumberofinterlibraryloans.InAugust,we subscribed to Ebook Library, an e-bookaggregator that enables registered users toselectanddownloadanye-booklistedinouronlinecatalog.

    We conducted our first full survey ofonsitereadership,whichresultedintherevi-sion of our digital photography policy. AnewdigitalmicroformscannerwasaddedintheSmallReadingRoom,andbothReadingRoomswereupdatedwithLEDlighting.

    TointroduceawidergeneralpublictotheLibrary and its services, we partnered withOpenHouseNewYorkduringitsannualfes-tival celebrating design and architecture inthecitysfiveboroughs.ToursoftheLibraryshistoric 1934 building were offered duringthefestivalweekend,October12and13,2013.

    TheFebruaryreleaseofGeorgeClooneys

    feature film The Monuments Men piquedpublic interest in the Librarys involvementwith thegroupduringWorldWar II,whenLibrarystaffhelpedtoresearchandpreparemaps that were used during Allied bomb-ing raids of Europe in order to avoid thedestructionofgreatworksofartandarchi-tecture.ABCNewsfilmedasegmentintheReading Room, where Harry Ettlinger, anoriginal member of the Monuments Menteaminthe1940s,wasinterviewedtogetherwith Inge Reist, the Director of the CenterfortheHistoryofCollecting.Ingealsogavea talk on the same subject at the CenturyAssociation, while Sally Brazil and I tookpart in a Google Hangout session on thetopic, sponsored by the Google CulturalInstitute.UsinghistoricalphotographsfromtheArchives,theLibraryalsomountedthreeonlineexhibitionsabouttheactivitiesoftheMonumentsMenandtheirassociationwiththeFrickduringWorldWarII.

    Wereceivedtwomajorarchivalgifts.Thefirst, from Carol Tabler, consists of about460 letters to and from nineteenth-centuryFrench landscape artists, many relating toAntoineVollon.Thesecondgift,fromMmeRolande Miquel, consists of research notesandmaterialsonFrenchnineteenth-centurylandscape painters, once belonging to thescholarPierreMiquel.

    TheLibraryalsoacquiredasmallarchiveofmaterialsrelatingtotheAmericanpainterWalter Gay, which complements the col-lectingstrengthsof theFrickArtReferenceLibraryandisrelevanttothehistoryof theFrick. It includes a manuscript and type-scriptdiaryofGayswife,Matilda,coveringthirty years beginning in 1904. The friends

    and acquaintances mentioned include JohnSinger Sargent, Edith Wharton, HenryJames, Bernard Berenson, Elsie de Wolfe,Henry Clay Frick, and Library founderHelenClayFrick.

    The Helen Clay Frick Foundationrenewed its support of the Librarys care oftheHelenClayFrickFamilyArchivewitha$100,000grant,whichwillenableustocon-tinuetheprocessofcreatingfindingaidsandconservinganddigitizingmaterialsfromthearchive.Therearenowonlinefindingaidsformorethan63percentofthearchives,whichhavebeenhousedattheLibrarysince2001.

    TheCenterfortheHistoryofCollectingcontinues to foster the burgeoning field ofcollecting history by offering fellowshipsand seminars, hosting symposia and studydays, and creating tools to access primarydocuments generated by art collectors anddealers.InSeptember,theCenterpresentedGoing for Baroque: Americans Collect Italian Paintings of the 17th and 18th Centuries, atwo-day symposium made possible by theRobert H. Smith Family Foundation. TheCenters symposium in May, The Americas Revealed: Collecting Colonial and Modern Latin American Art in the United States,included interviews with prominent collec-torsRichardandRobertaHuberandPatriciaPhelpsdeCisneros.Otherhighlightsof theCenters calendar include a lecture by cel-ebrated ceramicist and author Edmundde Waal, sponsored by Gagosian Gallery;a panel discussion moderated by CenterDirector Inge Reist featuring J. TomilsonHill,JockReynolds,andRichardFeigen;anda reception at Sothebys to award JenniferFarrellandfivecoauthorstheSothebysBook

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    Prize for Get There First, Decide Promptly: The Richard Brown Baker Collection of PostWar Art. The Centers third publication,Hollands Golden Age in America: Collecting the Art of Rembrandt, Vermeer, and Hals,was released in June, and oral historieswith Alfred Taubman and Jordan Schnitzerwere completed. Finally, together with theCenterforItalianModernArt,weorganizedthe first New Yorkarea art history fellowsnetworkandheldasuccessfuleventinJune.

    The Librarys many achievements weretheresultoftheeffortsofatalentedandded-icatedstaffworkingacrossdepartments.ItisaprivilegeformetobetheirChiefLibrarian.

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    The Great Bustard, 1732,Meissenporcelain,modeledbyJohannGottliebKirchner(1706after1737),giftofHenryH.Arnhold,2013

    Pierre-JeanDaviddAngers(17881856),LAbb de Lamennais, 1831,bronze,giftofJohnathanKaganandUteWartenbergKaganinhonorofWalterA.Eberstadt,2013

    Pierre-JeanDaviddAngers(17881856),LAbb de Lamennais, 1831,waxonslate,giftofJohnathanKaganandUteWartenbergKaganinhonorofWalterA.Eberstadt,2013

    AntoineVollon(18331900),View of Dieppe Harbor, 1873,watercolorandgraphiteonlaidpaper,giftofCarolFormanTablerinmemoryofMr.andMrs.AlexanderA.FormanIII,2014

    Gifts

    Collectionofapproximately460letterswrittentoandbynineteenth-centuryFrenchlandscapepainters,manyrelatingtoAntoineVollon;giftofCarolFormanTabler

    Researchnotesandmaterialsrelatedtonineteenth-centuryFrenchlandscapepainters,compiledbytheFrencharthistorianPierreMiquel;giftofMmeRolandeMiquel

    700photographsofItalianpaintingsandfrescoes;giftofTheRobertLehmanCollection,TheMetropolitanMuseumofArt

    24linearfeetofphotographsofpaintings,drawings,andsculpture;giftoftheDepartmentoftheArtofEurope,MuseumofFineArts,Boston

    224photographsofEuropeandrawings;giftofWildenstein&Company,throughEliotRowlands

    275photographsofpaintingsanddrawingsbytwentieth-centuryAmericanartists;giftofLaurenceCasper

    Man become guilty, or, The corruption of nature by sinne: according to St. Augustines sense, London,1650.TranslationbyHenryCarey,2ndEarlofMonmouth,inscriptionbyhisdaughterAnne,CountessofClanbrassil;giftoftheMaineHistoricalSociety

    SaraGoudar,Remarques sur les Anecdotes de Madame la Comtesse Dubarri, Amsterdam,1777;giftofColinB.Bailey

    Purchases

    JosephBonomi,Perspective Without a Master,manuscript,c.185961

    Walter Gay Archive, manuscriptmaterial,photographs,andartifactsdocumentingthelifeoftheAmericanpainterWalterGay(18561937),includingtheoriginalmanuscriptdiaryofGayswife,Matilda,190420

    Memorandum of Oil Paintings etc.,manuscriptdetailingtheartacquisitionsofSirJohnMarkofManchester(18321909)

    Catalogue of about 100 Copper Plates All Engraved by Mr. Meyer,London,July2830,1829.Auctioncatalogueofbankruptcysale(includingtheartistsstudiofurnitureandequipment)ofHenryMeyer(1782/31847)

    Catalogue of the first exhibition of the works of living artists, at the gallery of the Society for the Encouragement of the Fine Arts, Quiet Street, Bath, 183637;purchasedinhonorofCharlesRyskamp

    Catalogue of the Valuable Collection of Prints and Drawings of Henry H. Hope Esq.,LeighandSotheby,London,March18,1813

    Vincent van Gogh Sketchbooks: a facsimile of the artists sketchbooks in the collection of the Van Gogh Museum, London,2013;purchasedthroughthegeneroussupportofTheFlorenceGouldFoundation

    Notable Library Acquisitions

    Museum Acquisitions

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    Exhibitions

    Precision and Splendor: Clocks and Watches at The Frick CollectionJanuary23,2013,throughMarch9,2014

    David dAngers: Making the Modern MonumentSeptember17throughDecember8,2013

    Vermeer, Rembrandt, and Hals: Masterpieces of Dutch Painting from the MauritshuisOctober22,2013,throughJanuary19,2014

    Renaissance and Baroque Bronzes from theHill Collection January28throughJune15,2014

    Enlightenment and Beauty: Sculptures byHoudon and Clodion April1,2014,throughApril5,2015

    The Poetry of Parmigianinos Schiava TurcaMay13throughJuly20,2014

    Lectures

    September18,2013SculptingHistory:DaviddAngersandtheRomanticMonumentEmersonBowyer,GuestCurator,TheFrickCollection

    October9,2013VitalSigns:TheArtofDaviddAngersDorothyJohnson,RoyJ.CarverProfessorofArtHistory,TheUniversityofIowa

    October16,2013Clocks,Politics,andChangingTimesKevinK.Birth,Professor,DepartmentofAnthropology,QueensCollege,CityUniversityofNewYork

    October23,2013RoyalPictureGalleryMauritshuis:Past,Present,andFutureEmilieGordenker,Director,RoyalPictureGalleryMauritshuis,TheHague

    October29,2013Artists, Poets, and Writers LectureTheDutchTraditionofPortraiture:ADialogueRinekeDijkstra,photographer,andHansdenHartogJager,artcriticandhistorian

    November6,2013BehindtheScenesofEverydayLife:DutchGenrePaintingEdwinBuijsen,HeadofCollections,RoyalPictureGalleryMauritshuis,TheHague

    December4,2013TheMakingofanIcon:HowtheGirl with a Pearl EarringGainedItsFameArthurWheelock,CuratorofNorthernBaroquePaintings,NationalGalleryofArt,Washington,D.C.

    January22,2014AuthorTalk:NeilHarris,Capital CultureNeilHarris,PrestonandSterlingMortonProfessorEmeritusintheDepartmentsofHistoryandArtHistory,UniversityofChicago

    January29,2014WhyMultiplicity?OntheProductionofSmallBronzesintheItalianRenaissanceClaudiaKryza-Gersch,arthistorian

    February5,2014RenaissanceandBaroqueBronzesfromtheHillCollectionDavidEkserdjian,ProfessorofArtHistory,UniversityofLeicester

    March26,2014TheSmallBronzeandtheLegacyofLeonardoinFlorenceMichaelCole,ProfessorofItalianRenaissanceandBaroqueArt,DepartmentofArtHistoryandArchaeology,ColumbiaUniversity

    April3,2014TheSculptureofHoudonandClodion:ReflectionsofAntiquityAnneL.Poulet,DirectorEmerita,TheFrickCollection

    Public Programming

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    Lectures(Continued)

    April24,2014Artists, Poets, and Writers LectureJeffKoonsonSculptureJeffKoons,artist

    April30,2014Velzquez:MasterandMasterpiecesJonathanBrown,CarrollandMiltonPetrieProfessorofFineArts,InstituteofFineArts,NewYorkUniversity

    May14,2014APortraitandItsMysteries:ParmigianinosSchiava TurcaAimeeNg,GuestCurator,TheFrickCollection

    May21,2014CourtPortraitureintheAgeofIsabelladEsteAndreaBayer,Curator,DepartmentofEuropeanPaintings,TheMetropolitanMuseumofArt

    June12,2014Samuel H. Kress Lecture in Museum Education

    PaintedPresenceMichaelAnnHolly,StarrDirectorEmeritusoftheResearchandAcademicProgram,TheSterlingandFrancineClarkArtInstitute,Williamstown,Massachusetts

    FreePublicEvenings

    July19,2013SummerNightIncelebrationofthespecialexhibitionPrecision and Splendor: Clocks and Watches at The Frick Collection

    September27,2013TeenNight

    October4,2013CollegeNight

    March21,2014SpringNightIncelebrationofthespecialexhibitionRenaissance and Baroque Bronzes from the Hill Collection

    June27,2014SummerNightIncelebrationofthespecialexhibitionThe Poetry of Parmigianinos Schiava Turca

    Symposia

    September20&21,2013GoingforBaroque:AmericansCollectItalianPaintingsofthe17thand18thCenturiesPresentedbytheCenterfortheHistoryofCollecting

    April25&26,2014ASymposiumontheHistoryofArtPresentedbyTheFrickCollectionandtheInstituteofFineArts,NewYorkUniversity

    May16&17,2014TheAmericasRevealed:CollectingColonialandModernLatinAmericanArtintheUnitedStatesPresentedbytheCenterfortheHistoryofCollecting

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    Publications

    David dAngers: Making the Modern Monument,byEmersonBowyerwithJacquesdeCaso,2013

    The Frick Collection Handbook of Paintings,fifthprinting,inassociationwithScalaArtsPublishers,Inc.,2014

    Hollands Golden Age in America: Collecting the Art of Rembrandt, Vermeer, and Hals, editedbyEsmeQuodbach,inassociationwithPennsylvaniaStateUniversityPress,2014. The book is the first of the series

    TheFrick Collection Studies in the History ofArt Collecting in America.

    The Poetry of Parmigianinos Schiava Turca, byAimeeNgwithaforewordbyDavidEkserdjian,2014

    Concerts

    October6,2013AnnaVinnitskaya,piano,inNewYorkdebut

    October27,2013MauriceSteger,recorder,inNewYorkdebut,withPhoebeCarrai,baroquecello,andIgnacioPrego,harpsichord November10,2013MeccorreQuartet,inNewYorkdebut

    December8,2013AugustinHadelich,violin,andCharlesOwen,piano

    January12,2014DavidGeringas,solocello

    February9,2014WolfgangHolzmair,baritone,withRussellRyan,piano

    March2,2014FaurPianoQuartett

    March16,2014OlivierCav,piano,inNewYorkdebut

    April6,2014MinguetQuartett,inNewYorkdebut

    May4,2014TrioSettecento,violin,violadagamba,andharpsichord

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    Statement of Financial Position June30,2014,and2013

    2014 2013Assets

    Cashandcashequivalents $1,435,734 $808,937Contributionsreceivable,net 8,022,766 3,046,309Duefrombrokerforsecuritiessold 425,279 101,282Inventory 712,895 774,956Otherprepaidexpenses,receivables,

    andotherassets 741,533 1,165,828Prepaidpensionbenefits 3,031,017 2,011,947Investmentsinsecurities 324,275,948 274,625,707Propertyandequipment,net 19,756,915 20,380,850

    Total assets $358,402,087 $302,915,816

    Liabilities

    Accountspayable,accruedexpenses,anddeferredincome 2,766,500 2,315,044

    Accruedpostretirementhealthandotherbenefits 7,601,755 6,715,462

    Total liabilities 10,368,255 9,030,506

    Netassets Unrestricted 282,105,912 239,807,903 Temporarilyrestricted 25,752,813 14,520,114 Permanentlyrestricted 40,175,107 39,557,293

    Total net assets 348,033,832 293,885,310

    Total liabilities and net assets $358,402,087 $302,915,816

    Note 1For purposes of brevity, the June 30, 2014, financialinformation presented herein is excerpted from ouraudited financial statements as prepared by the inde-pendentaccountingfirmofOConnorDaviesMunns&Dobbins, llp., which rendered an unmodified opinionas to those statements conformance with generallyaccepted accounting principles. This excerpted infor-mationdoesnotincludetheStatementofCashFlowsorthefootnotes,whichareintegraltoafullpresentationoftheCollectionsfinancialposition.AcompleteReportoftheIndependentAuditors isavailablebywriting to theDevelopmentOfficeofTheFrickCollection.

    Note 2: Measure of OperationsOperations include all revenues and expenses that arean integral part of its programs and supporting activi-ties. The measure of operations includes investmentincomeequaltothe4.50%spendingrate(seeNote3)andexcludesinvestmentreturninexcessof,orlessthan,thespendingrate.Themeasureofoperationsalsoexcludespermanentlyrestrictedcontributions;purchaseandsaleof museum and library collection items; unsolicited,unrestricted contributions of $50,000 or more (whichareBoarddesignatedforlong-terminvestmentasfundsfunctioning as endowment); depreciation of propertyandequipment; andreleasesofnetassets fromrestric-tionsrelatedtonon-operatingitems.

    Note 3: Spending RateTheCollectionmanagesitspooledinvestmentsonatotalreturn basis. To preserve the investments long-termpurchasingpower,theCollectionmakesavailabletobespent eachyearapercentageof the investmentportfo-liosaveragemarketvalueforthetwelvequartersendingtheMarchpriortothebeginningofthefiscalyear.Thespendingratewas4.50%forfiscalyears2014and2013.

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    Statement of Activities June30,2014(withcomparativetotalsfortheyearendedJune30,2013)

    Unrestricted Total

    Board Temporarily Permanently General Designated Total Restricted Restricted 2014 2013Operating Support and Revenues Spendingfromendowment $10,977,501 $ $10,977,501 $ $ $10,977,501 $10,342,302Othercapitalgain 8,916 8,916 8,916 12,025Admissionfees 5,182,563 5,182,563 5,182,563 4,023,893Membership 3,610,764 3,610,764 3,610,764 1,779,186Bookstoresalesandmiscellaneous 1,887,919 1,887,919 1,887,919 1,284,531Contributions 3,706,458 3,706,458 8,847,623 12,554,081 6,291,217 25,374,121 25,374,121 8,847,623 34,221,744 23,733,154Netassetsreleasedfromrestrictions 2,924,589 2,924,589 (2,924,589) Total operating support and revenues 28,298,710 28,298,710 5,923,034 34,221,744 23,733,154 Operating Expenses Museum programs Operations 6,484,223 6,484,223 6,484,223 6,045,062 Specialexhibitions,concerts,andlectures 1,937,756 1,937,756 1,937,756 1,558,963 Bookstore,includingcostofsales 1,858,503 1,858,503 1,858,503 1,287,598Total museum programs 10,280,482 10,280,482 10,280,482 8,891,623Library programs Operations 4,600,604 4,600,604 4,600,604 4,194,190 Specialprograms 284,571 284,571 284,571 479,776Total library programs 4,885,175 4,885,175 4,885,175 4,673,966Total programs 15,165,657 15,165,657 15,165,657 13,565,589Supporting services Generalandadministrative 8,689,047 8,689,047 8,689,047 7,976,509 Fundraising 2,054,711 2,054,711 2,054,711 1,708,742Total supporting services 10,743,758 10,743,758 10,743,758 9,685,251Total operating expenses 25,909,415 25,909,415 25,909,415 23,250,840

    Excess of operating support and revenues over operating expenses 2,389,295 2,389,295 5,923,034 8,312,329 482,314

    Non-operating changes to net assets Contributions 40,000 40,000 702,814 742,814 1,331,711Baddebtexpense (85,000) (85,000) Depreciation (1,741,076) (1,741,076) (1,741,076) (1,719,040)Gainonsaleofnon-operatingasset 1,470,668Netinvestmentreturndesignatedforlong-terminvestment 38,927,316 38,927,316 6,701,516 45,628,832 29,911,267Pensionandpostretirementbenefitplan

    liabilityadjustment 1,290,623 1,290,623 1,290,623 2,265,585Netassetsreleasedfromrestrictions 1,391,851 1,391,851 (1,391,851) Total non-operating changes 1,290,623 38,618,091 39,908,714 5,309,665 617,814 45,836,193 33,260,191

    Change in net assets 3,679,918 38,618,091 42,298,009 11,232,699 617,814 54,148,522 33,742,505

    Net Assets Beginning of year $ 6,422,245 $ 233,385,658 $ 239,807,903 $ 14,520,114 $ 39,557,293 $ 293,885,310 $ 260,142,805End of year $ 10,102,163 $ 272,003,749 $ 282,105,912 $ 25,752,813 $ 40,175,107 $ 348,033,832 $ 293,885,310

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    W e deeply appreciate the generosityoftheindividuals,foundations,andcorporationsthatmadecontributionstoTheFrick Collection during the past fiscal year,July1,2013,toJune30,2014.Thesegiftsandgrants provide vitally needed general oper-ating funds as well as support for a rangeof important projects, including specialexhibitions and publications, the educationprogram, library acquisitions, conservationequipment and materials, and services toscholars.

    ToreadabouttheFricksmanyactivitiesandaccomplishmentsofthepastfiscalyear,pleaserefertothecompleteAnnualReport,whichisavailableonlineatwww.frick.org.

    $500,000 and aboveMr.andMrs.Jean-MarieEveillard

    $250,000 to $499,999TheHelenClayFrickFoundationTheFlorenceGouldFoundationTheAndrewW.MellonFoundation

    $100,000 to $249,999Mr.andMrs.JeremiahM.BogertAyeshaBulchandani-Mathraniand

    SandeepMathraniWalterandVeraEberstadtCherylandBlairEffronPeterandGailGoltraAgnesGundMr.andMrs.J.TomilsonHillIIIMr.andMrs.FranklinW.HobbsMr.andMrs.MichaelJ.HorvitzChristianK.KeeseeSidneyR.KnafelandLondaWeismanSamuelH.KressFoundationMr.andMrs.MatthewMcLennanDr.andMrs.JamesS.ReibelMr.andMrs.StephenA.SchwarzmanRobertH.SmithFamilyFoundationAsoO.TavitianAntonioWeissandSusannahHunnewell

    $50,000 to $99,999TheArnholdFoundationJohnandConstanceBirkelundMr.andMrs.PeterP.BlanchardIIIMr.andMrs.L.F.BokerDoyleBarbaraG.FleischmanMrs.HenryClayFrickIITheChristianHumannFoundationAnna-MariaandStephenKellen

    Foundation,Inc.Mr.andMrs.CharlesM.RoyceSanaH.SabbaghThePeterJaySharpFoundationMelindaandPaulSullivanMicheleandGiuseppeTorroniMrs.CharlesWrightsman

    $25,000 to $49,999IreneRooseveltAitkenHelen-MaeandSeymourAskinTheAlexanderBodiniFoundationMr.andMrs.I.TownsendBurdenIIIMr.andMrs.JohnJ.BurnsJr.EdwardLeeCaveHelenClayChaceD.RonaldDanielandLiseScottMr.andMrs.OscardelaRentaHesterDiamondMrs.CharlesH.DysonFrancisFinlayDavidB.FordandPamelaFielderMr.andMrs.SeifiGhasemiPatriciaandRodesHartMr.andMrs.RobertF.HoerleTheRobertK.JohnsonFoundationF.M.KirbyFoundation,Inc.

    Gifts and Grants

    deceased

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    EdieLangnerandMichaelH.ColesMr.andMrs.HowardPhippsJr.Mr.andMrs.JohnS.ReedMr.andMrs.JohnR.RobinsonBillyRoseFoundation,Inc.Mr.andMrs.JuanA.SabaterLouisaStudeSarofimTheSelzFoundationMrs.ConstantineSidamon-EristoffBeatriceSternMargieandNateThorneMr.andMrs.DavidM.TobeyDr.andMrs.MalcolmH.WienerAnonymous(4)

    $10,000 to $24,999Mr.andMrs.AnthonyAmesRandallandVirginiaBarbatoMr.andMrs.LucianoBertiMr.andMrs.DavidNelsonBradfordTheHonorableandMrs.W.L.LyonsBrownM.L.ChenCharitableTrustJerryAnnWoodfinCostaandVictorCostaMrs.DanielCowinTheHonorableandMrs.WalterJ.P.CurleyTheGladysKriebleDelmasFoundationAntoinetteDelruelleandJoshuaL.SteinerEllenandPierredeVeghMr.andMrs.MartinFeldsteinJeraldDillonFessendenJoanneduPontFosterMr.andMrs.LawrenceFriedlandMr.andMrs.MichaelE.GellertMr.andMrs.GeorgeJ.GillespieIIIMr.andMrs.AlainGoldrachMr.andMrs.PaulB.GridleyMr.andMrs.AndrewS.GundlachMr.andMrs.SpencerHays

    Mr.andMrs.KennethM.JacobsMr.andMrs.HenryP.JohnsonJaneKitselmanBarbaraandJonLandauMargoMortonLangenbergMr.andMrs.AlexanderM.LaughlinSilvinaLeoneandPabloCisilinoSallyandHowardLepowArthurL.LoebMr.andMrs.HamptonS.LynchJr.Mr.andMrs.JohnMacaskillAnneandJohnMarionLucyFlemmingMcGrathTheCurtisW.McGrawFoundationMr.andMrs.RobertMercerHenryS.MeyersC.JayMoorheadFoundationDianeAllenNixonMr.andMrs.GregoryK.PalmMr.andMrs.LeonB.PolskyMr.andMrs.WilliamRippeDavidSadroffBeatriceSantoDomingoMarkSchafferandDavidGoldmanDr.StephenK.ScherandJanieWooScherDr.andMrs.RobertSchneiderRobertaSchneidermanMr.andMrs.StanleyDeForestScottMr.andMrs.EricP.SheinbergRobertH.SiegelCarlSkoggardandJosephHoltzmanF.RandallSmithandJudithSmithMr.andMrs.A.AlfredTaubmanMrs.HenryH.WeldonMr.andMrs.JamesJ.WilsonAnonymous(2)

    $5,000 to $9,999FrancesBeattyAdlerandAllenR.AdlerGailandMarkAppelEikoandMichaelAssaelRitchieR.BattleMr.andMrs.ChristopherBealeDianaLewisBeattieMargaretCivettaCorkyandCarlFoundationFilomenM.DAgostinoFoundationCorp.Mr.andMrs.RayDalioMr.andMrs.MarkDaltonTheCharlesEngelhardFoundationMr.andMrs.StevenG.EinhornPaulineEveillardandDouglasGouldMarthaFleischmanSarahP.FlintMr.andMrs.DavidForerDr.HenryP.GodfreyandGingerSchnaperMr.andMrs.DonaldJ.GordonMr.andMrs.MarkB.GrierMrs.HenryGrunwaldJamesR.HamiltonMicheleandMichaelHarkinsDr.andMrs.PeterN.HeydonIsabellaHutchinsonandMr.Diego

    GradowczykPhyllisL.KossoffMr.andMrs.RonaldS.LauderLeonLevyFoundationLiveOakFoundationMarthaLoringNancyA.MarksMarieNugent-HeadMarlasand

    JamesC.MarlasJanetMavecandE.WayneNordbergMr.andMrs.SeanD.McAndrew

    deceased

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    MeganMeagherandJudsonB.TraphagenMr.andMrs.RobertoMignoneMr.andMrs.AchimMoellerMr.andMrs.DonaldNewhouseDr.DavidOrentreichMr.andMrs.NormanL.PeckLauraPelsRichardPesinEmilyWeiRalesandMitchellP.RalesMr.andMrs.WilliamP.RaynerBarbaraA.Reuterand

    WilliamJ.WilliamsJr.TheHonorableandMrs.FelixG.RohatynMrs.AlexandreRosenbergNanetteRossDr.andMrs.ThomasP.SculcoMr.andMrs.HowardSolomonElizabethM.StaffordEstateofRuthSternSimonaVassilevTheVersaillesFoundation,Inc.Mr.andMrs.JeffVollingGeorgeandFernWachterSusanWassersteinandGeorgeSardMr.andMrs.VictorWrightMaryN.YoungMr.andMrs.WilliamLieZeckendorfAnonymous(2)

    $2,500 to $4,999Mr.andMrs.DavidAbramsTheAhmansonFoundationPaulArnholdMr.andMrs.AlanJ.BarocasAnneH.BassAnneT.andRobertM.BassCarolineE.BassettHowardBayneFundAntonioBecharaElizabethBelferW.MarkBradyElizabethA.R.andRalphS.BrownJr.Mr.andMrs.KennethA.BuckfireMr.andMrs.SamuelC.ButlerHardwickCaldwellRobertoCamachoDr.TeresaA.Carboneand

    RobertB.GoldsmithMr.andMrs.ThomasA.CassillyEmyCohencaandNevineMichaanMr.andMrs.GeorgeS.CoumantarosRobertCouturierT.A.CoxMaryCronsonMr.andMrs.GlennM.DardenMr.andMrs.RyanDattiloSylviadeCuevasMr.andMrs.GeorgesdeMenilBarbaradePortagoDr.andMrs.DavidG.DodwellW.LeslieDuffyAlanDworskyAllisonM.EcungTheArmandG.ErpfFund,Inc.Mr.andMrs.AnthonyB.EvninJ.O.FairfaxLeeGunnFalchiMr.andMrs.ArnoldFeld

    Mr.andMrs.RobertFribourgRobertL.FroelichMr.andMrs.SergioGalvisStephenA.GeigerWilliamT.Georgisand

    RichardT.MarshallSirDavidandLadyGibbonsMr.andMrs.HubertL.GoldschmidtElizabethMarstellerGordonDr.andMrs.VictorR.GrannMr.andMrs.RichardGrayMr.andMrs.MalcolmD.GriggsMr.andMrs.JohnH.GutfreundMr.andMrs.ChristopherJ.IrwinMr.andMrs.PaulJ.IsaacDianeJaffeeandDavidOBrienMr.andMrs.JeromeJurschakMr.andMrs.LeonKalvariaTheKandellFundMarkandHeleneKaplanHansW.KertessDr.andMrs.HoshangJ.KhambattaMr.andMrs.BruceKovnerCarlF.KrebsMr.andMrs.KeithKroegerAlexisKugelandNicolasKugelGeorgeLabalmeJr.LauraLandroandRichardSalomonEugeneM.LangSerenaLeseMr.andMrs.PaulS.LevyMichelleLyndChisholmLyonsCarolCollinsMaloneMr.andMrs.JamesP.MartinClareMcKeonMr.andMrs.ZviMeitar

    deceased

  • AnnualReport July2013 June2014 20

    WalterB.MelvinSusanMikulaandRachelMaddowBarbaraS.MosbacherJonathanM.MosesKathrynMyersandVictoriaMyersOttoNaumannandHeidiD.ShafranekMr.andMrs.ArnoldHaywardNeisMr.andMrs.HenryNevilleMr.andMrs.MichaelNewhouseMr.andMrs.MartinNussbaumMr.andMrs.RichardB.NyeKelseyLeeOffieldPeterOHaraMr.andMrs.AlexanderOverstromRichardPachecoDavidB.Pearce,M.D.AlexandraPethtelMr.andMrs.IvanE.PhillipsL.VictoriaPhillipsandTravisK.AndersonAnneandFranoisPouletTatianaB.PouschineandRichardStrotherDeaconJohnMichaelPowersWoodruffM.PricePolinaProshkinaandYanAssounMr.andMrs.SamuelF.PryorIVMr.andMrs.FrankN.RayElizabethG.RedleafandIsabelB.G.RedleafMr.andMrs.AndrzejK.RojekMr.andMrs.JonathanRosenMr.andMrs.DavidRothStanleyA.RowePaulSaenger,M.D.AlanE.SalzandBradWhitehurstChristineSareMaggyFrancesSchultzGilShivaDr.RobertB.SimonChristineSmithandBlakeWassenaarClariceSmith

    Mr.andMrs.GrantSmithSaraA.SpoonerandEdwardM.StrozMr.andMrs.RobertK.SteelGeraldG.Stiebeland

    PenelopeHunter-StiebelElizabethF.StriblingandGuyRobinsonTheStudioinaSchoolAssociationMr.andMrs.JamesR.SullivanIIIMr.andMrs.RobertSwansonAlyceToonkMr.andMrs.JohnL.TownsendIIITheTownsendFamilyFoundationIanWardropperandSarahMcNearLloydWestermannFrancisH.WilliamsMr.andMrs.DavidZalaznickAnonymous(2)

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    Directors Circle Benefactors $100,000Mr.andMrs.LenBlavatnikMr.andMrs.FranklinW.HobbsDr.andMrs.JamesS.ReibelAsoO.Tavitian

    Directors Circle Patrons $50,000HenryH.ArnholdMr.andMrs.PeterP.BlanchardIIICherylandBlairEffronMr.andMrs.Jean-MarieEveillardMarinaKellenFrenchPeterandGailGoltraMr.andMrs.J.TomilsonHillIIIMr.andMrs.MichaelJ.HorvitzChristianK.KeeseeSidneyR.KnafelandLondaWeismanMr.andMrs.MatthewMcLennanMr.andMrs.CharlesM.RoyceSanaH.SabbaghMelindaandPaulSullivanMargieandNateThorneMicheleandGiuseppeTorroni

    Directors Circle Members $30,000IreneRooseveltAitkenJohnandConstanceBirkelundTheHonorableDanieleBodiniMr.andMrs.JeremiahM.BogertAyeshaBulchandani-Mathraniand

    SandeepMathraniMr.andMrs.JohnJ.BurnsJr.HelenClayChaceMr.andMrs.L.F.BokerDoyleMrs.CharlesH.DysonBrunoandSylviaEberliWalterandVeraEberstadtFrancisFinlayBarbaraG.FleischmanDavidB.FordandPamelaFielderMrs.HenryClayFrickIIAgnesGundMr.andMrs.RobertF.HoerleJanineE.LukeMr.andMrs.SamuelI.NewhouseJr.Mr.andMrs.HowardPhippsJr.Mr.andMrs.JohnR.RobinsonMr.andMrs.JuanA.SabaterDr.NathanE.Saint-AmandMr.andMrs.StephenA.SchwarzmanMrs.ConstantineSidamon-EristoffMr.andMrs.DavidM.TobeyAntonioWeissandSusannahHunnewellMrs.CharlesWrightsman

    deceased

    Directors Circle

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    W e are grateful to the followingdonors, each of whom made anunrestrictedcontributionof$1,000ormoretotheAnnualFund.

    $25,000 and abovePatriciaandRodesHart

    $10,000 to $24,999TheHonorableandMrs.WalterJ.P.CurleyAntoinetteDelruelleandJoshuaL.SteinerMr.andMrs.MartinFeldsteinMr.andMrs.MichaelE.GellertMr.andMrs.JohnMacaskillC.JayMoorheadFoundationRobertH.SiegelCarlSkoggardandJosephHoltzman

    $2,500 to $9,999IreneRooseveltAitkenMr.andMrs.JeremiahM.BogertDr.TeresaA.Carboneand

    RobertB.GoldsmithMr.andMrs.GeorgeS.CoumantarosMr.andMrs.MarkDaltonMr.andMrs.OscardelaRentaAlanDworskyMr.andMrs.StevenG.EinhornFortressInvestmentGroupLLCMr.andMrs.DonaldJ.GordonMrs.HenryGrunwaldMr.andMrs.MichaelJ.HorvitzTheKandellFundMr.andMrs.FernandLameschBarbaraandJonLandauEdieLangnerandMichaelH.Coles

    SerenaLeseArthurL.LoebCarolCollinsMaloneLucyFlemmingMcGrathMr.andMrs.MatthewMcLennanAnneandFranoisPouletMr.andMrs.SamuelF.PryorIVEmilyWeiRalesandMitchellP.RalesDr.andMrs.JamesS.ReibelMarkSchafferandDavidGoldmanRobertH.SmithFamilyFoundationElizabethM.Stafford

    $1,000 to $2,499CharlotteP.ArmstrongMr.andMrs.FrederickW.BeineckeChristopherBishopQuigleyBruningMaryB.BurrichterMr.andMrs.SamuelC.ButlerCharinaFoundation,Inc.EmyCohencaandNevineMichaanD.RonaldDanielandLiseScottSylviadeCuevasMr.andMrs.Jean-MarieEveillardJ.O.FairfaxJeraldDillonFessendenJoanneduPontFosterMaryandHowardFrankRobertL.FroelichLadyGibbonsJoelM.GoldfrankDr.andMrs.VictorGrannGreatAllianceFoundationHighmountCapitalMr.andMrs.ThomasF.HodgmanMr.andMrs.GregoryP.Joseph

    UteWartenbergKaganandJonathanH.Kagan

    HansW.KertessPhyllisL.KossoffGeorgeLabalmeJr.TheLeonardandEvelynLauderFoundationSusanLloydAsbjornR.LundeMr.andMrs.RichardL.MenschelJonathanM.MosesHollyMyersandKirkNeelyMr.andMrs.ArnoldHaywardNeisDianeAllenNixonOrchardHillFundLauraPelsPetersFamilyArtFoundationMr.andMrs.IvanE.PhillipsBarbaraA.Reuterand

    WilliamJ.WilliamsJr.Mr.andMrs.BenjaminM.RosenJamieandLauraRosenwaldAnnRybakElaineSaulRobertaSchneidermanGilShivaEstateofEdmundM.SpeerElizabethF.StriblingandGuyRobinsonMr.andMrs.A.AlfredTaubmanMr.andMrs.EugeneVictorThawBarbaraandDonaldToberMr.andMrs.JohnL.TownsendIIITheTownsendFamilyFoundationIanWardropperandSarahMcNearMrs.HenryH.WeldonDr.andMrs.MalcolmH.WienerMrs.RobertWinthropAnonymous(3)

    deceased

    Annual Fund

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    Patron Fellows $20,000Helen-MaeandSeymourAskinMrs.DanielCowinMr.andMrs.JohnS.Reed

    Sustaining Fellows $10,000Mr.andMrs.LucianoBertiMr.andMrs.DavidNelsonBradfordTheHonorableandMrs.W.L.LyonsBrownEdwardLeeCaveD.RonaldDanielandLiseScottEllenandPierredeVeghJeraldDillonFessendenJoanneduPontFosterMr.andMrs.PaulB.GridleyMr.andMrs.SpencerHaysBarbaraandJonLandauEdieLangnerandMichaelH.ColesMr.andMrs.AlexanderM.LaughlinSilvinaLeoneandPabloCisilinoSallyandHowardLepowMr.andMrs.HamptonS.LynchJr.Mr.andMrs.RobertMercerHenryS.MeyersMr.andMrs.GregoryK.PalmMr.andMrs.LeonB.PolskyMr.andMrs.WilliamRippeDr.andMrs.RobertSchneiderRobertaSchneidermanMr.andMrs.StanleyDeForestScottMr.andMrs.EricP.SheinbergMr.andMrs.JamesJ.WilsonAnonymous

    Center for the History of Collecting Committee Fellows $7,500DianaLewisBeattieHesterDiamondPaulB.GridleyMr.andMrs.MauroA.HerlitzkaIsabellaHutchinsonandDiegoGradowczykMr.andMrs.WilliamP.RaynerDr.andMrs.JamesS.ReibelMr.andMrs.CharlesM.RoyceMrs.HenryH.Weldon

    Curatorial Committee Fellows $7,500AllenR.AdlerandFrancesBeattyAdlerIreneRooseveltAitkenHelen-MaeandSeymourAskinAyeshaBulchandani-Mathraniand

    SandeepMathraniHesterDiamondMr.andMrs.Jean-MarieEveillardMarthaFleischmanDavidB.FordandPamelaFielderMr.andMrs.LawrenceFriedlandMichaelGallagherandMarkPowellMr.andMrs.AlainGoldrachAlexisGregoryBarbaraandJonLandauSallyandHowardLepowAsbjornR.LundeNancyA.MarksJanetMavecandE.WayneNordbergLucyFlemmingMcGrathDianeAllenNixonMr.andMrs.GregoryK.PalmAdaPelusoandRomanoI.Peluso

    Dr.andMrs.JamesS.ReibelDr.StephenK.ScherandJanieWooScherBeatriceSternGeorgeandFernWachterMr.andMrs.ArthurT.WilliamsIII

    Decorative Arts Committee Fellows $7,500IreneRooseveltAitkenHenryH.ArnholdMr.andMrs.PeterC.H.BrownEdwardLeeCaveLeonDalvaMicheleandMichaelHarkinsSidneyR.KnafelandLondaWeismanThierryMillerandDr.andMrs.JamesS.ReibelMarkSchafferandDavidGoldmanElizabethM.StaffordMelindaandPaulSullivanSusanWeberJodyWilkieMr.andMrs.WilliamLieZeckendorf

    deceased

    Fellows and Friends

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    Supporting Fellows $5,000GailandMarkAppelRandallandVirginiaBarbatoRitchieR.BattleMr.andMrs.ChristopherBealeMr.andMrs.RayDalioMr.andMrs.MarkB.GrierMrs.HenryGrunwaldAmandaHaynes-DaleDr.andMrs.PeterN.HeydonLawrenceKeigwinPhyllisL.KossoffMr.andMrs.RonaldS.LauderJamesC.Marlasand

    MarieNugent-HeadMarlasMr.andMrs.RobertoMignoneMr.andMrs.DonaldNewhouseBarbaraA.Reuterand

    WilliamJ.WilliamsJr.LouisaStudeSarofimDr.andMrs.ThomasP.SculcoMr.andMrs.HowardSolomonMaryN.YoungAnonymous(2)

    Contributing Fellows $2,500Mr.andMrs.DavidAbramsTravisK.AndersonandL.VictoriaPhillipsEikoandMichaelAssaelAnneH.BassAnneT.andRobertM.BassCarolineE.BassettElizabethBelferW.MarkBradyElizabethA.R.andRalphS.BrownJr.Mr.andMrs.KennethA.BuckfireRobertoCamacho

    Mr.andMrs.ThomasA.CassillyEmyCohencaandNevineMichaanT.A.CoxMarySharpCronsonMr.andMrs.GlennM.DardenMr.andMrs.GeorgesdeMenilBarbaradePortagoDr.andMrs.DavidG.DodwellW.LeslieDuffyMr.andMrs.ArnoldFeldMr.andMrs.RobertFribourgStephenA.GeigerMr.andMrs.MichaelE.GellertWilliamT.Georgisand

    RichardD.MarshallSirDavidandLadyGibbonsDr.HenryP.GodfreyandGingerSchnaperMr.andMrs.HubertL.GoldschmidtMr.andMrs.DonaldJ.GordonElizabethM.GordonDr.andMrs.VictorGrannMr.andMrs.RichardGrayMr.andMrs.MalcolmD.GriggsMr.andMrs.PaulJ.IsaacDianeJaffeeandDavidOBrienMr.andMrs.JeromeJurschakMarkandHeleneKaplanHansW.KertessDr.andMrs.HoshangJ.KhambattaMr.andMrs.BruceKovnerCarlF.KrebsAlexisKugelandNicolasKugelEugeneM.LangMr.andMrs.PaulS.LevyChisholmLyonsMr.andMrs.JamesP.MartinMr.andMrs.ZviMeitarSusanMikulaandRachelMaddow

    Mr.andMrs.AchimMoellerKathrynMyersandVictoriaMyersMr.andMrs.ArnoldHaywardNeisMr.andMrs.WilliamA.NitzeMr.andMrs.MartinNussbaumMr.andMrs.RichardB.NyeMr.andMrs.NormanL.PeckDeaconJohnMichaelPowersWoodruffM.PriceMr.andMrs.FrankN.RayElizabethG.RedleafandIsabelB.G.RedleafMr.andMrs.AndrzejK.RojekMr.andMrs.JonathanRosenMr.andMrs.DavidRothStanleyA.RowePaulSaenger,M.D.RichardSalomonandLauraLandroAlanE.SalzandBradWhitehurstChristineSareDr.RobertB.SimonChristineSmithandBlakeWassenaarMr.andMrs.GrantSmithSaraA.SpoonerandEdwardM.StrozMr.andMrs.RobertK.SteelGeraldG.Stiebeland

    PenelopeHunter-StiebelElizabethF.StriblingandGuyRobinsonMr.andMrs.RobertSwansonAlyceToonkFrancisH.WilliamsMr.andMrs.DavidZalaznickAnonymous(3)

    deceased

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    Fellows $1,200Mr.andMrs.MichaelNashAmblerMrs.R.LeighArdreyElizabethA.BaltzShelleyBarberJosephandGailBarryAnneSearleBentMr.andMrs.SteveBernhardDr.andMrs.DavidR.BickersRobertM.BlumenfeldMr.andMrs.StanleyM.BogenMr.andMrs.BarryBrandeisBobbieBraunLouiseBraverLaurelAnnBrienJohnD.andJasannaBrittonMrs.JamesE.BurkeMr.andMrs.RobertM.ButcherMr.andMrs.SamuelC.ButlerMitchellCantorMegCaplanCarrollJ.CavanaghandCandidaN.SmithAustinB.ChinnMr.andMrs.ChristopherT.ClarkJ.PatrickCooneyMr.andMrs.GeorgeS.CoumantarosDr.CharlesGiovanniVanzanCoutinhoDanaCranmerMr.andMrs.AndrewM.CrissesHeatherCronerLucyandMikeDanzigerSylviadeCuevasRobertJ.deRothschildMr.andMrs.JosephDellaRosaDianneDeWittandAnnaSilvermanAnnWinslowDonellyKathleenM.DoyleWilliamEarleandAidanMooney

    EllenEffronDavidEpsteinTheArmandG.ErpfFundChristopherEykynBruceandCarolFactorAndreaHendersonFahnestockand

    GeorgeA.HambrechtJ.O.FairfaxRobertFeldmanandAdriennePlotchMr.andMrs.RichardFeldsteinMarkFischandRachelDavidsonMr.andMrs.JamesFlahertyMr.andMrs.JohnJ.FlynnJr.Mr.andMrs.DavidForerLouisJ.ForsterMaryAnnFribourgMr.andMrs.WilliamFrickRobertL.FroelichMr.andMrs.MorryGerberRichardGerstandJamesPorarelliRichardGilbertandBelindaGilbertMr.andMrs.JeffreyGoldsteinMarianneGouraryDonaldW.GrahamMr.andMrs.BernardGrayMr.andMrs.PeterS.GregoryAntoniaandGeorgeGrumbachNicholasH.J.HallJamesR.HamiltonMr.andMrs.G.F.RobertHankeBillandRuthAnnHarnischMr.andMrs.FrankL.HohmannIIIMrs.BruceDuffHootonPamelaHowardandJackHoward-PotterAy-WhangHsiaMr.andMrs.JohnR.HupperJosephM.Incorvaiaand

    KathleenAnnONeil

    Yves-AndreIstelandKathleenBegalaBethE.JacobsandDr.KeithGottesdienerLisaD.JohnsonandWilliamsCosbyMr.andMrs.AndrewJ.JonesMr.andMrs.WarrenS.JosephyJillJoyceTheHonorableBruceM.Kaplanand

    JanetYaseenWilliamW.KaratzElizabethKeeganSaundraKeinbergerandNinaKeinbergerRobertG.KellerMr.andMrs.CharlesD.KleinVirgiliaKleinAngieZ.KozlowskiMr.andMrs.KeithKroegerThomasKrouwerKonradKrugerGeorgeLabalmeJr.Mr.andMrs.BillLambertChariandDaleLeMastersLindaLindenbaumMr.andMrs.IraA.LipmanMr.andMrs.PhilLivingstonAnnMacalusoReevaandEzraP.MagerMr.andMrs.TomMarshMr.andMrs.RyanMcMahonMr.andMrs.SamuelMeshbergMr.andMrs.JeremiahMilbankIIIThierryMillerandLowellandSandraMintzSandraEarlMintzMr.andMrs.AlanB.MitchellDianneModestiniMr.andMrs.RichardF.MooneyMr.andMrs.ThomasA.Moore

    deceased

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    Mr.andMrs.LesterS.MorseJr.BarbaraS.MosbacherPhilipR.MungerP.ClarkeMurphyMarkMurrayMrs.GabrielG.NahasOttoNaumannandHeidiD.ShafranekThomasMichaelNeffand

    MaryLyndonHavilandEldoS.NettoJr.JillNewhouseMr.andMrs.MichaelNewhouseMr.andMrs.FrankN.NewmanRodneyW.NicholsDavidP.NolanThomasE.OBrienFrancisQ.ONeilland

    DorotheeVolpinideMaestriRobertJ.OsterhusDavidT.OwsleyMr.andMrs.ChipsC.PageAnne-LouiseParlinAmyParsonsandPaulBirdMr.andMrs.DouglasL.PaulDavidB.Pearce,M.D.LeslieB.PerkinMr.andMrs.IvanE.PhillipsRobertSPirieMr.andMrs.LouisH.PriceWilliamPriestandKatherineBristorSheilaS.PullingMr.andMrs.PeterRegnaMr.andMrs.AnthonyRobertsSaschaM.RockefellerTheHonorableandMrs.FelixG.RohatynDr.ElliottC.RoschNanetteRossRobertandMargaretRothschild

    ErrolM.RudmanMr.andMrs.WinthropRutherfurdJr.Mr.andMrs.EdwardL.SamekJeannetteWatsonSangerMr.andMrs.MichaelL.SantiniJeanetteSarkisianandPaulA.WagnerElaineSaulHeatherH.SavoieandJacquelineSavoiePrincessMaria-ChristinaSayn-WittgensteinProfessorSimonM.Schamaand

    Dr.VirginiaE.PapaioannouWilliamR.Schermerhornand

    DanielDutcherMr.andMrs.DavidT.SchiffDr.andMrs.JoelSchillingMr.andMrs.RobertSchwalbeMr.andMrs.HenryT.SegerstromTheHonorableandMrs.RobertL.ShaferGeorgiaShreveMichaelT.SillermanRobertB.SilversJ.L.H.SimondsMr.andMrs.JamesBakerSitrickF.RandallSmithandJudithSmithSuzettedeMarignySmithClintonSmullyanJr.SherriStephensonEricA.SwansonandCarolBekarMr.andMrs.LeoTickMr.andMrs.BrianTorpeyMr.andMrs.JohnL.TownsendIIIMr.andMrs.RogerTuckermanPaulUnderwoodMonicaVoldstadMr.andMrs.HerbertWachtellAlisonBibbinsWardJosephWeberMelissaM.Wells

    MarissaC.WeselyandFredHamermanMr.andMrs.KarelWesterlingP.MaureenWhiteandDanielRattnerMr.andMrs.G.JarvisG.WilcoxJr.DuaneWilderLauraWintersAndreaWoodnerDianWoodnerMr.andMrs.VictorWrightGeorgeM.YeagerAnonymous(3)

    deceased

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    NonResident Fellows $800Mr.andMrs.PhilipBellingMr.andMrs.DavidBlumenthalMr.andMrs.CharlesP.BoltonDeborahBriceMr.andMrs.LewisP.CabotMr.andMrs.R.ThomasDeckerColleenDeLeeandMichaelF.PerlisMr.andMrs.JohnF.DurocherAnneB.Fairclothand

    FrederickBeaujeu-DufourMr.andMrs.JamesForgasonBarbaraFoshayLukeandRhondaFowlerHelenHechtRolfHeitmeyerWilliamL.HudsonandNoraGibsonDr.RonaldJavitchTheodoraKlissasStephenKohlMildredC.KunerKimberlyA.LuceMr.andMrs.JohnF.ManleyWilliamMcGeeSusanC.OrbPeterandCarolA.RichardsMichaelRoganMr.andMrs.GregoryJ.RohanAdrianSassoonMr.ThomasW.ThalerRoseWadsworthAnonymous

    Honorary FellowsHoraceWoodBrockTheodoreDellLeComtedHaussonvilleEverettFahyDr.andMrs.IraH.KaufmanAnneandJohnMarionEdgarMunhallAnneandFranoisPouletMr.andMrs.SamuelSachsIIMrs.WilliamSuhrMr.andMrs.EugeneVictorThawFredericavonStade

    Sustaining Friends $600Mr.andMrs.VijayAnandMr.andMrs.BurnsideE.AndersonIIIRobertH.ArnowAnnGriffithAshPageAshleyDeanPeterH.BakerKristineBayBarbaraA.BellandPeterGarveyMr.andMrs.NoahBerleyLudmilaS.BidwellMr.andMrs.LaszloBirinyiMr.andMrs.HarveyR.BlauMr.andMrs.LivioBorgheseAndrewBrownBonnieBycoffJohnCapizziandGlennRiddellEdwardK.CarpenterMr.andMrs.PeterH.ChapmanCarlJ.ChiappaLawrenceChienMr.andMrs.RichardM.Danziger

    Mr.andMrs.AnthonyT.DeanAdrianaDilanceaDianaDimennaMr.andMrs.HenryT.DonahoeThomasG.DonekerandJoellDonekerMarjorieDonigerMr.andMrs.KostasDouzinasJenniferDoyleandRoyLennoxDr.ElizabethEastonandAlexanderTraubMargildErcklentzSarahT.FischellEllenL.FoglePenelopeFoleyBarbaraW.FoxThomasR.GallagherLindaAllardGallenAlfredV.GallicchioDebraGellerMr.andMrs.HarveyGoldschmidMr.andMrs.AndrewGordonTeddyGrantandBridgetGrantPirrieMr.andMrs.RichardGreenMr.andMrs.ThomasHamillJohnHartjeandCarolCamperMr.andMrs.EmmettHartyNancyHaywardandRichardJohnsonElizabethHedgesMr.andMrs.RichardT.HenshawIIIJudithF.HernstadtDr.ElizabethJ.HodgeMargueriteS.HoffmanDianaHowardandTracyHamiltonMollyL.HoytMr.andMrs.DavidM.HugginFraserL.HunterJr.andNinaR.HuffmanWarrenF.IlchmanandSarahIlchmanMr.andMrs.CarrollJanis

  • AnnualReport July2013 June2014 28

    PatandPaulD.KaplanLeonardKarasykMr.andMrs.RobertKayDr.HerbertJ.KaydenReginaKesslerDr.BrianKeyesandDr.MichaelVirataGarrettKirkJr.GailE.KohnLillianE.KraemerMr.andMrs.HowardLaksMr.andMrs.JamesLallyMr.andMrs.CharlesLandgrafJohnJ.LeiserMr.andMrs.SeymourLichtensteinElizabethLifschultzPatriciaLizarragaStevenLoeshelleandGervaseRosenbergerRobertB.LoperGerardLupacchinoandLynnC.BeaulieuMr.andMrs.DuncanMacMillanAnaMartinySusanMenconiandBruceA.HohebEugeneMercyJr.Mr.andMrs.NicholasMillhouseAnastasiaMilonasandSophiaMilonasMr.andMrs.TomMitchellRichardandBarbaraMooreMr.andMrs.AndrewScottMuirPatriciaA.MurphyMr.andMrs.JamesJ.MurthaMr.andMrs.JohnK.NairnMr.andMrs.AlfNamanMr.andMrs.AndreNasserMr.andMrs.AlexanderL.NelsonMr.andMrs.HenryNevilleGreshamOMalleyIII

    MarilouPerieStuartPivarMr.andMrs.MichaelB.PrystowskyMr.andMrs.JohnSloanePyneMr.andMrs.JohnH.RassweilerTaffinRayMr.andMrs.JeffreyA.RosenMr.andMrs.MarkH.RosenbergCatherineG.RossMr.andMrs.CyeRossMichaelA.RubensteinMr.andMrs.WilliamSacherJudithA.SanerDeborahSauerandSusanLynneDr.andMrs.MichaelJ.SchmerinFrancesA.SchulmanJonathanSchwartzHiromiSenjuDr.andMrs.JeromeB.ShapiroSusanSheehanDr.OlgaSilvay-MandeauMr.andMrs.JamesSimonsElizabethW.SmithMr.andMrs.GerardL.SmithJoshuaW.Sommerand

    SheilaughR.SebastianJamesStengelandBeverlyBartowCampbellStewardand

    GraceVannerStewardJamesTilleyandDeborahC.SchneiderMarcosTychbrojcherand

    GeorgeDandridgePindarosVagelosMr.andMrs.PaulVizcarrondoJr.KarenWellsandAndrewCanningTimothyJ.Whealon

    WayneG.WhitmoreAnneS.WilliamsandAnnieSkidmoreMr.andMrs.BernardWinogradMr.andMrs.ThomasWipfSusanWitterMr.andMrs.RichardZornAnonymous

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    Sustaining Rembrandt Fellows $10,000Mr.andMrs.AndrewS.Gundlach

    Supporting Rembrandt Fellows $5,000MargaretCivettaMr.andMrs.XavierJ.FlouretDr.DavidOrentreichGeorgeSardandSusanWasserstein

    Contributing Rembrandt Fellows $2,500Mr.andMrs.SergioGalvisMr.andMrs.LeonKalvariaMarthaLoringAlexandraCarolinePorter

    Contributing Young Fellows $1,500OxanaAdlerandSvetlanaMatsakhPaulArnholdDavidBattatCarolBellandSelminAratNathanielA.Bristoland

    LaceyNeuhausDornBenjaminH.BrudneyHardwickCaldwellLoriConklingJennieTarrCoyneandChrisCoyneAnibalDamsandGiomarIglesiasMr.andMrs.MichaelDavisKathrynR.DelPizzoandRobertoMastrigliAllisonM.EcungSarahP.FlintLorenzoMarcelliFloriJanAlexandraGarrisonClareDavisGidwitzCaseyGreenfieldMr.andMrs.SimonJ.HeathMr.andMrs.ChristopherJ.IrwinMatthewKaraszEdwardKatzEaddyKiernanJosephKrigsfeldandAnastasiaKondratjevaAdamKulewiczMr.andMrs.JonKurpisMr.andMrs.ScottLabbyLucyJaneLangandScottAsherMr.andMrs.MatthewP.LubmanMichelleLyndJasmineMartinHarryM.MateerIIIandJessicaBassettMr.andMrs.SeanD.McAndrewClareMcKeonJessicaElizabethMcShanePeterOHara

    Mr.andMrs.AlexanderOverstromJoannPaileyRyanM.PayneEgorStephanPetrovMarcusPrendergastKatherineReibelAdamRozencwajgandEmmaReitmanNoelleSalzanoOliverWardSchulzeLacarySharpeR.AndrewShoreMr.andMrs.JamesR.SullivanIIIKevinTelfordandDr.CharlotteK.TelfordRomyVassilevMr.andMrs.JeffVollingJenniferWrightAnonymous

    Rembrandt Fellows and Young Fellows

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    Young Fellows $500NicholasandTravisAcquavellaNinveRamonaAdamsLabibaAliEdwardA.AllenMr.andMrs.JohnR.AllenIIIMr.andMrs.JulianAllenMilesD.ArcherSaraArlinJuliaArnholdJanineAtamianDr.RebeccaL.BagdonasErikaandJonathanBearmanBenjaminBlackandKateCaputoEricBlair-JoannouStephanieBragMr.andMrs.RobertBrandtDanielBrautigamJamesBrautigamAdamM.BrennerMr.andMrs.AlexanderBrodskyMr.andMrs.BradleyWilliamBurwellMr.andMrs.TimCargolHeatherL.CavanaghKevinL.ChangLiviaCheungEmilyChewYannCoatanlemandJamesG.BrooksMelodyE.CohenAnnikaConnorAnnetteCzernikandDennisTsesarskyAlanaV.DagherJamesDannerNatashaDasKellyA.DashMr.andMrs.RyanDattiloDelphinedeCausansJustindeLaChapelleAdrienM.Dewez

    Mary-ElizabethDoonerKileyDurham-CastriconeBrandonDwyerandRachelFarquharsonElizaDysonandJoelLeVangiaChristinaEberliCarolineE.EngerrandElizabethErdmanDr.MichaelEspirituRebeccaEydtAnnaFaginJulietLeeFalchiandAlexanderLangsamKateFalchiGregoryFeldmanLydiaWickliffeFenetand

    ChristopherBarrettBlancaN.FernandezKateFerreiraStephenFisherandCarolineFisherJuliaFlynnDariaR.FonerGeorgiaFordMarizaFotiouandPolisPapadopoulosAmandaL.FuentesMillerGaffneySarahGastonJoanGiordanoJoshuaGlazerandYassanaCroizat-GlazerAlexandraG.GoeletSihienGohRussellGrantJenniferN.GrunebaumMr.andMrs.LawrenceH.GuffeyDavidL.Handloss-SternAshleyHartiganFaithHartyMr.andMrs.J.WrightHarveyAmaliaHawkinsAllisonHenzeCarolineE.HoffmanandJeremyHoffman

    PeterA.HoranElizabethR.HorvitzKatherineR.HorvitzHadleyP.IaconeMr.andMrs.StephenJamisonCharlesJaskelEricM.JavitsJr.andDiMondoGrantS.JohnsonJacobJohnsonStefaniJohnsonJessicaColeKalbandAshKalbRachelKaseAndrewM.KauCaseyKohlbergElizaH.KontulisBradleyKromandMargotMillerWilliamLapkoBeatriceLarkinMelanieA.LazenbyMr.andMrs.RobertLeedsMarcA.LewinsteinLizzieLiMayLiRachelLibeskindAngelinaM.LippertAlexandraLonganeckerMr.andMrs.BrandonLowerKatharinaLowishDaraMacCabaElizabethMaloneyEricMandlMorganManleyEllenBlairMarstellerJohnMartinHillaryMazanecMr.andMrs.MatthewP.McDermottRobertJamesMcGuireJeanne-MarieMelendezEmanuelMichael

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    Mr.andMrs.MarkMignaniBrinaMilikowskyandRebeccaMilikowskyBryanMillerandVanessaSelignanMr.andMrs.JasonMillerGregoryMorrowMitchellMossandVanessaGelmanCodyD.MyersTrentNeuerRebeccaNeySarahMaslinNirMadelineCummingsNoalEricaPalaiaMr.andMrs.KurtH.PalmerEleanorPardoeArielleKristinaPatrickGeorgeDouglasPattersonIIIKellyL.PecoreAlexandraPethtelStevenM.PiccianoSalvatorePolidoroTessPorterEnrichettaRavinaTurnaRay-FranzBenjaminM.RileyCadyRobertsAndyRomerAlexanderRosanelliScotlanRyanJoshuaM.SandbergJustinM.SandersDanielleSapseEmilySardarianJenniferandFredSavageKyleSchererCharlesN.W.SchlangenKatherineSchmidtEmmaScullySohamSenAltaryE.Sherman

    GregoryShermanBenjaminShuldinerMarisaMcDanielSiegelCarsonL.SievingDebbieSilvermanYaronSinaiandDeborahBernardRebeccaSpaldingAnnaN.StickneyElissaSuslowAileenTehCarolineToceMartaTokarandNataliyaTokarZviTopolIsabelTraftonEloiseUghettaAnn-HunterVanKirkKristinA.VerbitskyChristineWestbrookand

    AmandaWestbrookJamesJ.WhiteJr.JamesWilentzMr.andMrs.MichaelWinstonGeraldineWuJonathanYardleyandRisaGordonKarlE.YehAudreyYu

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    Precision and Splendor: Clocks and Watches at The Frick CollectionJanuary 23, 2013, through March 9, 2014

    BreguetTheSelzFoundationPeterandGailGoltraDavidBergFoundation

    David dAngers: Making the Modern MonumentSeptember 17 through December 8, 2013

    AntonioWeissandSusannahHunnewellMargotandJerryBogertMonikaandMatthewMcLennanTheAndrewW.MellonFoundation

    Vermeer, Rembrandt, and Hals: Masterpieces of Dutch Painting from the Mauritshuis October 22, 2013, through January 19, 2014

    ThePeterJaySharpFoundationAssaelInc.JohnandConstanceBirkelundFiduciaryTrustCompanyInternationalMargotandJerryBogertMichaelandJaneHorvitzWalterandVeraEberstadtAgnesGundSeymourR.AskinJean-MarieandElizabethEveillardBarbaraFleischmanNetherland-AmericaFoundationAnanonymousgiftinmemoryof

    MelvinR.Seiden

    Enlightenment and Beauty: Sculptures by Houdon and ClodionApril 1, 2014, through April 5, 2015

    MargotandJerryBogertMrs.HenryClayFrickII

    The Poetry of Parmigianinos Schiava TurcaMay 14 through July 20, 2014

    GabelliFundsAsoO.TavitianTheGladysKriebleDelmasFoundationMr.andMrs.HubertL.GoldschmidtHesterDiamondFoundationforItalianArt&Culture

    deceased

    Exhibition Support

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    $50,000 and aboveAssaelBrookfieldAssetManagementCollerCapitalLimitedFiduciaryTrustCompanyInternationalGabelliFundsPauleKaSothebysVerizon

    $25,000 to $49,999Christofferson,Robb&Co.TheEsteeLauderCompaniesInc.EvercoreGagosianGalleryGeneralGrowthPropertiesPepsiCoRhneGroupWildenstein&Co.

    $10,000 to $24,999BloombergBNYMellonChampagneLouisRoedererChantecailleBeautCreditSuisseLazardFrres&Co.TheMoodysFoundationNewYorkUniversityTervisTumbler

    $5,000 to $9,999BuckConsultantsChristiesColgate-PalmoliveCompanyTheDanaFoundationFinancierPatisserieIridianAssetManagementJohnWileyandSonsThePhilipandJaniceLevinFoundationTheBorisLurieArtFoundationPrattInstituteStagsLeapWineCellarsZiffBrothersInvestments

    $1,000 to $4,999AonEnerVestFortressInvestmentGroupTheFourGracesHighmountCapitalInvestmentTechnologyGroupTheNeimanMarcusGroupSeiboldSecuritySidneyFrankImportingStop&StorTiffany&Co.W.P.CareyInc.

    Matching Gift Companies234MoonachieCorporationAmericanInternationalGroupAT&TFoundationBankofAmericaBlackRockTheCoca-ColaCompanyTheCommonwealthFundDeutscheBankAmericasFoundationTheWaltDisneyCompanyFoundationExxonMobilFoundationFortressInvestmentGroupGEFoundationTheGoldmanSachsFoundationGoogleTheJohnA.HartfordFoundationHSBCIBMInvestmentTechnologyGroupJohnson&JohnsonFamilyofCompaniesLexisNexisCaresTheMerckFoundationTheNeimanMarcusGroupStavrosNiarchosFoundationPenguinGroup(USA)PfizerFoundationThePrudentialFoundationRockefellerFoundation

    Corporate Members and Sponsors

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    T he Henry Clay Frick Associates is agroup of generous individuals whosupport The Frick Collection throughbequests, trusts, or other planned givingarrangements.

    SeymourR.AskinMargotBogertHelenClayChaceDianeC.DunneMrs.CharlesH.DysonBarbaraG.FleischmanAgnesGundRobertK.JohnsonSidneyR.KnafelDianeAllenNixonJamesS.Reibel,M.D.MichaelE.TullyAnonymous(3)

    Henry Clay Frick Associates

    The Frick Collection makes every effort to list donor names as requested. Please direct corrections to Helen Freeman at 212.547.0709.

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    IanWardropperDirector

    AlisonLonsheinGeneral Counsel & Assistant Secretary

    SarahTheinExecutive Assistant to the Director

    BlancadelCastilloAdministrative Assistant

    Administration & Finance Department

    RobertGoldsmithDeputy Director, Chief Operating Officer, & Assistant Secretary

    RobertAlexanderAssistant Controller

    LisaFoersterPurchasing & Supply Room Assistant

    MarthaHackleyExecutive Assistant to the Deputy Director

    RosalieMacGowanAccounting Coordinator

    DianeOatmanPayroll & Benefits Coordinator

    MichaelPaccioneChief Financial Officer & Assistant Treasurer

    DanaWinfieldHead of Human Resources

    KelseyEvansDanaGriersonHuman Resources Assistants (p.t.)

    CharlesGooldReidTaylorMailroom Clerks (p.t.)

    Curatorial Department

    XavierF.SalomonPeter Jay Sharp Chief Curator

    DeniseAllenCurator

    AdrianAndersonSenior Galleries Technician

    HilaryBeckerAssistant Editor

    MichaelBodycombHead of Photography and Digital Imaging

    RikaBurnhamHead of Education

    JuliaDayAssociate Objects Conservator

    DianeFarynykRegistrar & Exhibition Manager

    AnnaFinleyEducation Assistant

    SusanGraceGalassiSenior Curator

    AllisonGaleaAssociate Registrar

    JosephGodlaChief Conservator

    MargaretIaconoAssistant Curator

    PatrickKingSenior Preparator

    AdrienneLeiEducation Programs Coordinator

    BrittanyLuberdaAdministrative Assistant for Conservation

    MichaelynMitchellEditor in Chief

    OliviaPowellAssociate Museum Educator for Academic Programs

    KatieSteinerCuratorial Assistant

    CharlotteVignonAssociate Curator of Decorative Arts

    IsabelBirdPrograms Assistant (p.t.)

    VirginiaNapoleoneJoannaSheersResearch Assistants (p.t.)

    AimeeNgResearch Associate (p.t.)

    AdamEakerJeonghoParkAnne L. Poulet Curatorial Fellows

    NathanielManditch-ProttasSamuel H. Kress Interpretive Fellow

    The Frick Collection StaffAsofJune30,2014

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    Department of External Affairs

    TiaF.ChapmanDeputy Director for External Affairs

    RosaynAndersonHead of Corporate & Foundation Relations

    RebeccaBrookeHead of Publications

    LibbyCollingeHead of Research and Prospect Strategy

    HelenFreemanMembership Manager

    AlisonHillierSpecial Events Manager

    CaseyJohnsonAdministrative Assistant

    GenevraLeVociSpecial Campaign and Planned Giving Coordinator

    AlexisLightManager of Media Relations & Marketing

    JuliaLukacherAdministrative Assistant, Media Relations & Marketing

    MaureenNashAssociate Director of Development

    MatthewOBrienAdministrative Assistant

    BexsaidaRodriguezExecutive Assistant to the Deputy Director for External Affairs

    HeidiRosenauAssociate Director of Media Relations & Marketing

    NicholasD.StaglianoStewardship Coordinator

    ColleenTierneyHead of Special Events

    JoyceBodigConcerts Coordinator (p.t)

    Retail & Visitor Services

    KateGerloughHead of Retail & Visitor Services

    PenelopeCurrierAssistant to the Head of Retail & Visitor Services

    NancyMcGeorgeAlexanderPercyMeganWelchel(p.t.)Coordinators for Retail & Visitor Services

    AnakaAllenRujeanneBleemerJenniferBrownEleanorChinSusanDonohueMichaelaDoughtySarahDowlingYvetteEdelhartJuliannaFissJamesGiltenanKitGoldsteinGrantAnnJaffeDarylJosephJustinneLake-JedzinakGraceLernerMollyMcLemoreKatherineMillerOluwadaraOjugbele

    NaokoOtaChaltinPaganRachelPridgenOlgaReinosoKatherineRohnMonicaSandsSusanTaborRetail & Visitor Services Staff (p.t.)

    Technology & Digital Media

    FloydSweetingIIIHead, Technology & Digital Media

    ValeryChenFront End Web Developer

    VivianGillCreative Director for Digital Media

    LisaGobleMedia Producer

    DavidLinNetwork Administrator & Help Desk Manager

    ThomasLuoHelp Desk & Desktop Support

    BrianNicholsAssociate Head, Technology & Digital Media

    CourtneyToumeyDatabase Administrator

    SeanTroxellAssociate Media Producer

    BrianWilliamsHelp Desk & Network Analyst

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    Operations Department

    DennisSweeneyHead of Operations

    Engineering DivisionJosephCorselloChief Engineer

    ColmMcCormacAssistant Chief Engineer

    AlexanderBrandCharlesW.BulanowskiRyanGargiuloBillMarjiJackWuEngineers

    ConradLewisElectrician

    Maintenance DivisionDonaldoGodinezPainter

    Housekeeping DivisionMireyaAlcainSupervisor of Housekeeping

    RonaldMoliereAssistant Housekeeping Supervisor

    MarieBrannMaximillianCooperAngelaEscotoJairoRodriguezGarciaKaluGaviriaDhondupGonpoBerthieLazare

    JairoLoaizaHectorMenaJuanPereyraHousekeepers

    Kitchen DivisionJosephTeresaExecutive Chef & Kitchen Manager

    ChristopherHermannSous Chef

    HyunJooLeeFirst Cook

    TheanaBernadotteXavierRandallKitchen Assistants

    MarkFranklinDishwasher (p.t.)

    Horticulture DivisionGalenLeeHorticulturist & Special Events Designer

    Security DivisionDominicPhillipSecurity Manager

    DanielCharlesAssistant Security Manager

    ShakiemGriffinAntoineSmallwoodSecurity Sergeants

    MatawakilouMalikiDelroySlaterShivekarranRayTillackSecurity Supervisors

    PeterAsareGloriaBlancTamaraBrowneDanielCampbellGeraldCastilloMercinCheryKwaneshaDavis(p.t.)LeslyDesmanglesRafaelEscotoBorgiaEspinalLeroyEvansEttienneGrillascaAnaGutierrezDevaindranauthJamunaprasadBillyJean-ElyseeYesmineJean-GillesCliftonJonesMarleneJosephJoanelLegisteJosephLevasseurGuerlineLouisdorJeanMayardAnthonyNeversonAnthonyNoelAmeelaPadaratRambarakhRamkirathMichelleSanzoEmeafaSenaya-KuwornuDolipShiwratanJamesSmithMoteelallSonaRichardSpencerAvelarditaTaverasMosiTelemaqueHeilysValentinesPearlWeekesMartinWhiteValentineWilliamsKiaraWrightSecurity Guards

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    StephenBuryAndrew W. Mellon Chief Librarian

    SophiaWalterLibrary Administrator

    Public Services Department

    SuzannahMassenChief, Public Services

    LorenzoDeLosAngelesReference Clerk/Technician

    ElizaHeitzmanReceptionist (p.t.)

    ElizabethLaneAssociate Librarian for Public Services

    AnthonyReddingAssistant Manager of Pages

    ArianaShirvaniSenior Page/Technician

    IanTitusManager of Pages

    MichaelEbyJamesMercerLissetteNunezAmySchwarzPage/Technicians (p.t.)

    Conservation Department

    DonSwansonChief, Collections Preservation & Graphic Designer

    AlexanderBeroMelanieMartinAssistant Conservators

    MichelleCorporanStacks Maintenance Assistant (p.t.)

    DonaldDavidDigital Specialist

    FelixEsquivelPinkyFungConservation Assistants

    LucianoJohnsonDigital Preservation Librarian

    GeorgeKoelleDigital Photographer

    KyleSchmitt(p.t.)CrisSunwooSusanYoung(p.t.)Digital Technicians

    DeanSmithStack and OffSite Storage Manager

    Book Department

    DeborahKempeChief, Collections Management & Access

    CharlesBasmanCynthiaBiber(p.t.)Cataloging Assistants

    MarkBresnanHead, Bibliographic Records

    ScottCalhounChristopherPeppelAcquisitions & Cataloging Associates

    SumitraDuncanWeb Archiving Program Coordinator for NYARC

    SaraHolladayElectronic Resources Librarian (p.t.)

    RodicaTanjalaKraussHead, Cataloging Projects

    RyanMendenhallAssistant Cataloger (p.t.)

    ChristinaPeterHead, Acquisitions

    VictoriaPilatoMetro Digitization Project Coordinator (p.t.)

    JesseSadia(Auction Sale Catalogues)AmySchwarz(Periodicals; p.t.) Cataloging Associates

    MarySeemAcquisitions & Cataloging Assistant

    Frick Art Reference Library StaffAsofJune30,2014

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    Photoarchive Department

    KerrySullivanActing Head, Photoarchive

    ValeriaKondratievMargaretRosePhotoarchive Assistants (p.t.)

    AnastasiaLevadasDigital Photoarchive Coordinator

    KerriPfisterPhotoarchive Assistant

    EllenProkopAssociate Photoarchivist

    LouisaWoodRubyHead, Photoarchive Research

    HannaSieselPhotoarchive Associate

    Archives & Records Management Department

    SallyBrazilChief, Archives & Records Management

    SusanChoreJulieLudwigAssociate Archivists

    ShannonYuleAssistant Archivist

    Center for the History of Collecting

    IngeReistDirector

    SamanthaDeutchEsmeQuodbach(p.t.)Assistant Directors