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  • The Frick Collectionannual report july 2008 – june 2009

  • The Frick Collection annual report july 2008 – june 2009

    leadership

    2 BoardofTrustees

    reports

    3 MargotBogert,Chairman,andAnneL.Poulet,Director5 ColinB.Bailey,AssociateDirectorandPeterJaySharpChiefCurator7 IngeReist,ChiefofResearchCollectionsandProgramsandDirectorof theCenterfortheHistoryofCollectinginAmerica

    public programming

    9 Exhibitions9 Lectures10 Symposia11 Publications11 Concerts

    notable library acquisitions

    12 GiftsandExchanges13 Purchases

    financial statements

    14 StatementofFinancialPosition15 StatementofActivities

    donor support and membership

    16 GiftsandGrants20 FellowsandFriends26 CorporateMembersandSponsors

    staff

    27 TheFrickCollection30 FrickArtReferenceLibrary

    on our cover:Jacopo Bassano(1510–1592),detailofThe Flight into Egypt,c.1544–45,oiloncanvas,NortonSimonArtFoundation

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 2

    TheFrickCollectionBoardofTrustees

    As of June 30,2009

    MargotBogert,Chairman

    WalterA.Eberstadt,Vice Chairman

    FranklinW.Hobbs,Treasurer

    JohnP.Birkelund,Secretary

    PeterP.BlanchardIII

    I.TownsendBurdenIII

    L.F.BokerDoyle

    Jean-MarieEveillard

    BarbaraG.Fleischman

    EmilyT.Frick

    AgnesGund

    MarthaLoring

    AnneL.Poulet,ex officio

    JuanSabater

    StephenA.Schwarzman

    MelvinR.Seiden

    AsoO.Tavitian

    GeorgeC.Wachter

    HelenClayChace

    President Emerita

    WalterJosephPatrickCurley

    PaulG.PennoyerJr.*

    HowardPhippsJr.

    Trustees Emeriti

    *deceased

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 3

    As Colin B. Bailey, Associate Director

    and Peter Jay Sharp Chief Curator, notes

    beginningonpage5,ourcalendar included

    several exceptional exhibitions. In the fall,

    Andrea Riccio: Renaissance Master of Bronze

    brought to life the astonishing work of a

    sculptorsurprisinglylittleknowndespitethe

    breadthandqualityofhisoeuvre.Awinter

    exhibitionoffivemasterpiecesofEuropean

    painting on loan from the Norton Simon

    Museummarkedthebeginningofanongo-

    ingcollaborationbetweentheFrickandthis

    highly acclaimed institution in Pasadena,

    California. On two occasions this year we

    took a fresh look at works in our own col-

    lection: in the summer of 2008, our three

    VermeerswerehungsidebysideintheSouth

    Hall, and, beginning in June 2009, our five

    Whistler paintings were displayed together

    forthefirsttimeinmorethantwentyyears,

    complemented by a selection of the artist’s

    worksonpaperintheCabinet.

    In May we completed the endowment

    for a decorative arts curator by raising suf-

    ficient funds—two years ahead of sched-

    ule—to meet a challenge grant from the

    National Endowment for the Humanities.

    With theappointmentofCharlotteVignon

    to this new post, we look forward to an

    increased focus on our decorative arts col-

    lectionthroughspecialexhibitions,lectures,

    and other programs. Charlotte brings to

    thispositionnotonlyanexceptionaldepth

    of knowledge but also a keen interest in

    American collectors, among them Henry

    ClayFrickandJ.P.Morgan,aswellastheart

    dealerJosephDuveen.

    Offeringsbyournewlyreinvigoratededuca-

    tiondepartment,headedbyRikaBurnham,

    have elicited a dedicated following through

    an array of programs for varied audiences.

    Complementing our long-standing lecture

    series were seminars led by Frick curators,

    conservators,andeducatorsanddevoted to

    the close study of works from our perma-

    nent collection, which appealed to experts

    and amateur enthusiasts alike. Of special

    interest are new programs that introduce

    youngeraudiencestotheFrick;amongthem,

    Art Dialogues, a series of Friday evening

    discussionsforrecentcollegegraduates,and

    Live at the Frick: Masterpieces of The Frick

    Collection and Art Club, created especially

    forhighschoolandmiddleschoolstudents,

    respectively.

    Now in its third year, the Center for

    the History of Collecting in America has

    becomeanimportantstimulusforthestudy

    of thecollectingoffineanddecorativearts

    intheUnitedStates.TheCenter,headedby

    Inge Reist, hosted three highly successful

    symposia during the past twelve months:

    “CollectingSpanishArt:Spain’sGoldenAge

    and America’s Gilded Age” (November);

    “The American Artist as Collector: From

    the Enlightenment to the Post-War Era”

    (March); and “Holland’s Golden Age in

    America: Collecting the Art of Rembrandt,

    Vermeer, and Hals” (May). These presenta-

    tions, along with the recently inaugurated

    scholars’programandtheCenter’songoing

    work on a database of archives and collec-

    tors, have helped to focus attention on this

    thrivingareaofscholarlyresearch.

    The Frick’s travel program continues to

    expand and engage new supporters from

    aroundtheworld.InOctober,asmallgroup

    ofcuratorsandinterestednon-professionals

    spentaweekoutsideParisatVersaillesforan

    intensiveseminaronthearchitecture,deco-

    rative arts, and gardens of this important

    royal monument. The trip, which was co-

    sponsored by the French Heritage Society,

    informed participants about the recent

    renovations and restoration of the palace.

    Report from the Chairman and the DirectorMargotBogert&AnneL.Poulet

    A t a time that has been challenging for many institutions, The FrickCollectionhasexperiencedanunusuallystrongfiscalyear.BetweenJuly1,2008,andJune30,2009,attendancewasthesecondhighestintheinstitution’s

    history, with more than 282,000 visitors from around the world flocking to

    ourgalleriestoseeourpermanentcollectionandspecialexhibitions;toattend

    lectures,symposia,andconcerts;andtoparticipateinoureducationprograms.

    Duringthesametwelve-monthperiod,theFrickArtReferenceLibraryserved

    more researchers than ever before. We are proud to report that despite the

    turbulent economic climate, we successfully launched several important new

    programsandconcludedtheyearwithabalancedbudget.

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 4

    In March, a group traveled to California

    to become better acquainted with our sis-

    ter institution and exhibition partner, the

    Norton Simon Museum of Art. We were

    fortunate to be granted special access to

    Hearst Castle, as well as to other museums

    and private art collections located between

    LosAngelesandSanFrancisco.

    In October, the beautiful Beaux-Arts

    structure built by Henry Clay Frick as his

    residencewasdesignatedaNationalHistoric

    LandmarkbytheUnitedStatesDepartment

    of the Interior. Landmark status provides

    a number of benefits to the Frick, chief

    among them the opportunity to apply for

    specialfundingmadeavailableonlytoorga-

    nizationswith thisdesignation. Thecareof

    this building is one of our most important

    responsibilities, and we endeavor to main-

    tain its structural and aesthetic integrity so

    thatwecanprovidethebestpossiblehome

    for the art treasures within as well as offer

    the public a superlative visiting experience.

    TherecentrestorationoftheLivingHalland

    therefurbishmentoftheEntranceHallwere

    among our many efforts toward achieving

    thesegoals.

    This year has been trying for not-for-

    profit institutions across the country and

    around the world, and the Frick is no

    exception. The value of the Frick’s endow-

    mentasofJune30,2009,was$198million,a

    25%decreasecompared to thesameperiod

    the previous year. To compensate for lower

    returnsfromourendowment(about16%for

    thefiscalyearoverall,netoffees),weasked

    departmentsacrosstheinstitutiontopriori-

    tizeexpenditures.Theyrespondedthought-

    fully and admirably, making necessary cuts

    whereverpossiblewhilesustainingthequal-

    ity of our programs. At the same time, we

    redoubled our fundraising efforts, raising

    morethan$6.3millionforunrestrictedand

    restricted programs, and an additional $2.9

    millionforendowedprograms.Weareespe-

    cially pleased to have secured full funding

    for all of our exhibitions. We are proud to

    saythatwenotonlyconcludedtheyearwith

    abalancedbudget,butalsopresentedabal-

    ancedbudgetforthe2010fiscalyear.

    The financial stability of the Frick is

    madepossiblethroughthewisdomandgen-

    erosity of our Board of Trustees, to whom

    wearedeeplygrateful.InJune,wewerevery

    sad to bid farewell to our longtime friend

    HowardPhippsJr.,whosteppeddownafter

    serving as a Trustee for more than thirty-

    fouryears. Inrecognitionofhismanycon-

    tributions to the institution, he was named

    Trustee Emeritus. We also welcomed two

    newTrustees,BarbaraFleischmanandJean-

    Marie Eveillard, both collectors, who will

    help ensure that the Frick flourishes in the

    future.

    As is the case with all great communi-

    ties, these accomplishments were the work

    of many: our extraordinary staff, dedicated

    volunteers, and many loyal supporters. We

    are especially indebted to the members of

    theDirector’sCirclefortheirgenerosityand

    their deep commitment to both the Frick

    andtotheculturalhistoryofNewYorkCity.

    Sincerethanksarealsoduetothemembers

    of our new Curatorial Visiting Committee,

    a group of collectors and specialists who

    have pledged their ongoing support to our

    curatorial program. To all of them, we are

    deeplygrateful.

    MargotBogert

    Chairman

    AnneL.Poulet

    Director

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 5

    Report from the Curatorial Department

    T hepasttwelvemonthshavebeensuc-cessful and productive ones for thecuratorial department. Two special loan

    exhibitionsandseverallong-termloanspre-

    sented works that visitors may not have

    hadoccasiontoseeotherwise,whileseveral

    conservationandmaintenanceprojectspro-

    videdtheopportunitytocontemplatefavor-

    ite paintings in new settings. Additionally,

    a variety of educational initiatives for the

    public highlighted our temporary exhibi-

    tionsandpermanentcollection.

    FromOctober15,2008,throughJanuary

    18, 2009, the Frick presented Andrea Riccio:

    Renaissance Master of Bronze, a fascinating

    look at thirty of the sculptor’s rare auto-

    graphbronzes, two life-size terracottas,and

    a selection of statuettes associated with his

    workshop.The featuredsculptures spanned

    every phase of Riccio’s career and repre-

    sented all the genres in which he worked:

    figurativestatuettes,functionalbronzes,and

    narrativereliefs.Inhisreviewoftheexhibi-

    tion, published in the February 2009 issue

    ofThe Burlington Magazine, NicholasPenny

    calledtheaccompanyingcatalogue“thebest

    survey of Riccio’s work in any language.”

    It was written by Denise Allen, Curator,

    The Frick Collection, with Peta Motture,

    Chief Curator, Medieval and Renaissance

    Galleries, Victoria and Albert Museum,

    London. Andrew Butterfield’s January lec-

    ture,“RiccioandtheArtofInspiration,”was

    subsequentlypublishedinThe New Criterion

    (March 2009). Also in conjunction with

    theRiccioexhibition, theFrickorganizeda

    study day led by Denise Allen for curators,

    conservators,scholars,andacademics.

    Masterpieces of European Painting from

    the Norton Simon Museum featured an

    exceptional loan of five Old Master paint-

    ings, shown exclusively at the Frick. On

    view in the Oval Room from February 10

    through May 10, 2009, the exhibition was

    warmly received by both the public and

    membersofthepress.Theshowwasaccom-

    panied by a scholarly catalogue written by

    Margaret Iacono, Assistant Curator of The

    FrickCollection,withanintroductoryessay

    by Sara Campbell, Senior Curator at the

    NortonSimonMuseum.

    Portraits, Pastels, Prints: Whistler in The

    Frick Collection brought together paint-

    ings and works on paper by James McNeill

    Whistler from the permanent collection. In

    theOvalRoom,fourfull-lengthportraitsby

    Whistler were displayed alongside his sea-

    scapeThe Ocean.IntheCabinet,fifteenpas-

    tels and etchings from the artist’s Venetian

    sojournof1879–80wereinstalledforthefirst

    time in more than twenty years. The New

    Yorker critic Peter Schjeldahl commended

    theshowinhisreview(June22,2009),noting

    especiallythereinstallationofthepaintings,

    whichwere“inperfect scale and synergistic

    splendor… [and] solemnize the civil union

    of art and decoration that is a cynosure of

    theFrick.”Theexhibitionwasonviewfrom

    June2throughAugust23,2009.

    We were fortunate to receive a number

    of extended loans during the past twelve

    months: The Great Bustard (1732) from

    the collection of Henry Arnhold, Nicolas

    Poussin’sHannibal Crossing the Alps (c.1625)

    from a private collection, and Francesco

    Guardi’s View of the Giudecca Canal and

    the Zattere (c. 1765) from The Mari-Cha

    Collection. These beautiful works currently

    grace our galleries alongside several other

    long-termloansthatwerementionedinlast

    year’sreportandarestillwithus, including

    SimoneMartini’s Christ on the Cross between

    the Virgin and Saint John (1340) from the

    Phillips Family Collection and Giovanni

    Bologna’sAstrology(c.1570),awaxsculpture

    from The Quentin Foundation. We were

    especially pleased to display in the North

    Hall Gabriel de Saint-Aubin’s The Private

    Academy, an exquisite painting initially on

    loan from Irene Roosevelt Aitken and, as a

    result of her generosity, now a part of our

    permanent collection. This cabinet picture,

    painted about 1755, is the only painting by

    theartistinapubliccollectioninNewYork.

    Along with recent acquisitions of works

    by Jean-Antoine Houdon and Jean-Étienne

    Liotard,itextendstheFrick’srepresentation

    ofthemajorartistsoftheancien régime.

    During the refurbishment of the Living

    Hall, in August, visitors were able to see

    the six paintings usually installed there—

    Bellini’s St. Francis in the Desert; Titian’s

    Portrait of a Man in a Red Cap and Pietro

    Aretino; Holbein’s Sir Thomas More and

    Thomas Cromwell; and El Greco’s Saint

    Jerome—intheOvalRoom,whichprovided

    a fresh perspective. The placement of the

    Frick’s three paintings by Vermeer—Officer

    and Laughing Girl, Girl Interrupted at Her

    Music,andMistress and Maid—intheSouth

    Hallduringthesummerof2008drewpraise

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 6

    from New York Sun critic James Gardner.

    Writinginhisreview(July7,2008),henoted

    thattherehang“focusedthemind.”

    Anumberofobjectsfromthecollection

    underwent treatment during the past year.

    Francesco Laurana’s magnificent marble

    Beatrice of Aragon wascleanedandrestored

    inpreparationforitsinclusionintheexhibi-

    tionArt and Love in Renaissance ItalyatThe

    MetropolitanMuseumofArt.Alsoexamined

    andtreatedwasHansMultscher’sReliquary

    Bust of a Female Saint. Two eighteenth-

    centurysilverwinecoolersbyWilliamPitts

    werecleanedandlacquered.

    Technicalstudiesofthecollectionplayan

    increasing part in the conservation depart-

    ment’s activities. The bronze Triton and

    Nereid attributed to Hubert Gerhard and

    JeanBarbet’sAngelunderwentcarefulexam-

    ination with the help of specialists from

    otherinstitutions.ConservatorJosephGodla

    undertook a yearlong survey of the more

    than150framesinthemuseum’spermanent

    collection, a project generously funded by

    a grant from the Institute of Museum and

    Library Services. Together with experts in

    the fields of frames and gilding, members

    of the conservation department examined

    anddocumentedthematerials,gildingtech-

    niques, and construction methods of the

    frames, which range in date from the mid-

    fourteenththroughthetwentiethcentury.

    In addition to the renovation of the

    Living Hall, numerous projects concerning

    thebuildingwerecarriedoutduringthepast

    year. Conservation staff members worked

    with contract conservators specializing in

    stone to stabilize and clean the large lime-

    stoneurnsintheFifthAvenueGarden.

    Akin to our responsibility to preserve

    this historic mansion is our obligation to

    study it and to share our knowledge with

    ourvisitors.Wewereveryfortunate,then,to

    havehadtheopportunitythisyeartopublish

    architectural historian Hilary Ballon’s 2008

    Frick Council lecture, “Mr. Frick’s Palace.”

    Ballon’sinsightfuldiscussionofthebuilding

    in lightof early twentieth-centurydevelop-

    mentsincityplanningformedthebasisofa

    publicationthatwillbeappreciatedbyspe-

    cialistsandvisitorsalikeforyearstocome.

    The education department expanded

    its commitment to the public with a rich

    array of programming. Lectures related

    to the special exhibitions were among the

    highlights of the year. (See page 9 for a

    complete listing of speakers.) Seminars led

    by Frick curators, conservators, and edu-

    cators offered opportunities for the close

    study of works of art in the collection and

    appealed to experts and non-experts alike.

    Gallery Conversations continued on week-

    ends,focusingonthepermanentcollection.

    Newinitiativesincludedregularlyscheduled

    docent-ledtalksthatintroducedHenryClay

    Frickandhiscollectiontomuseumvisitors.

    Also,wenowofferassistedlisteningdevices,

    which enable users to enjoy our programs

    moreeasily.

    Art Dialogues, a series of Friday eve-

    ning discussions for young professionals,

    wasthefirstofseveralnewprogramsdevel-

    oped for younger audience members. The

    after-schoolFridayprograminthegalleries,

    Live at the Frick: Masterpieces of The Frick

    Collection, was offered for New York City

    highschoolstudents,whileadevotedgroup

    ofmiddleschoolstudentsattendedArtClub

    throughouttheyear.Theguidedschoolvisit

    program brought in nearly nine hundred

    studentsfromprivate,parochial,andpublic

    schools in all five boroughs. In total, more

    than five thousand visitors to the Frick

    attended education programs during the

    2008–9year.WearegratefultotheSamuelH.

    Kress Foundation for its generous support

    of twoeducation initiatives: a fellowship in

    museum teaching and a lecture series on

    museumeducation.

    Duringthepasttwelvemonths,thecura-

    torialstaffwelcomedanumberofmembers

    to assist with our ever-increasing activi-

    ties. Jennie Coyne and Adrienne Lei joined

    our education department as Assistant

    MuseumEducatorandEducationPrograms

    Coordinator, respectively; Nicholas Wise

    joined us as Curatorial Assistant; and Julie

    DiFilippocameonboardasAssistantEditor.

    Our Andrew W. Mellon Curatorial Fellows

    program continues to attract outstanding

    young scholars.Thisyearwe saidgood-bye

    toChristinaNeilson,whofinishedhertwo-

    year fellowship and accepted the position

    of Assistant Professor of Renaissance and

    BaroqueArtHistoryatOberlinCollege.We

    welcomed our newest Mellon Fellow, Pablo

    Pérezd’Ors,whocomes tous fromOxford

    University,whereheisspecializinginseven-

    teenth-centurySpanishart.

    I lookforwardtocollaboratingwithmy

    staff and other Frick colleagues in the year

    ahead as we present exhibitions, publica-

    tions, lectures, and other programs, while

    continuing to study and preserve the mag-

    nificent treasures in our permanent collec-

    tion.—Colin B. Bailey, Associate Director and

    Peter Jay Sharp Chief Curator

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 7

    Report from the Frick Art Reference Library

    I nSeptember2008,afterthirteenyearsastheAndrewW. Mellon Chief Librarian,Patricia Barnett retired. Pat was hired in

    1995toguidetheFrickArtReferenceLibrary

    through the advancements of the informa-

    tion age and to strengthen its position as a

    preeminent international research center.

    Her tenure saw many significant achieve-

    ments in thefieldofarthistorical research,

    includingtheestablishmentoftheNewYork

    Art Resources Consortium and the Center

    for the History of Collecting in America.

    Her years as the Frick’s Chief Librarian

    were marked by important technological

    andprogrammingmilestonesthatadvanced

    the Library’s services and reputation enor-

    mously. The Trustees and staff gathered in

    Octobertocelebratehermanyachievements

    andtowishherwellinherretirement.

    During the past twelve months nearly

    six thousand researchers—more than ever

    before—passedthroughtheLibrary’sdoors.

    Inanongoingefforttoexpandandimprove

    the services provided to these scholars, the

    Librarywasinvolvedinanumberofspecial

    projects, the most far-reaching of which

    was undertaken in partnership with the

    libraries of The Museum of Modern Art

    and the Brooklyn Museum. The result was

    the launch, in February 2009, of a shared

    automatedlibrarysystemforallthreelibrar-

    ies. Created with the financial support of

    theAndrewW.MellonFoundation,thenew

    system increased efficiency in a number

    of areas, including cataloging, circulation,

    interlibrary lending, and the processing of

    acquisitions. The centerpiece of the sys-

    tem is an online catalogue called Arcade,

    whichholdsrecordsformorethan800,000

    books,periodicals,auctioncatalogues,archi-

    val materials, and electronic resources. In

    addition,Arcade provides links to tables of

    contents, book reviews, and even full-text

    digitalcopies.

    InpartnershipwiththeThomasJ.Watson

    Library of The Metropolitan Museum of

    Art, the Frick created a digital collection

    of the 450 exhibition pamphlets and cata-

    logues issued by New York City’s Macbeth

    Gallery between 1895 and 1953. Now these

    catalogues can be viewed in their entirety

    throughArcade. Building on the success of

    thisproject, thefourNYARCpartners—the

    Frick and the libraries of The Museum of

    ModernArt,theBrooklynMuseum,andThe

    Metropolitan Museum of Art—are creat-

    ing a similar collection of out-of-copyright

    catalogues issued by the Knoedler Gallery.

    Simultaneously,theFrickandtheMetlibrar-

    ieswerepartof apilotprojectwith JSTOR

    thatdigitizedapproximately1,500catalogues

    from English and American auctions held

    during the nineteenth and early twentieth

    centuries.

    The Library’s Photoarchive has contin-

    ued to work to expand global access to its

    collection.Inthefall,athree-yearprojectto

    digitize negatives created during field cam-

    paignsbythephotographersMarioSansoni

    (in Italy) and A. C. Cooper (in London)

    was completed. Since then, subscribers to

    theARTstorimagelibraryhavebeenableto

    viewimagesofthemorethan30,000works

    ofartrecordedduringthesecampaigns.The

    Frick is grateful to ARTstor for financially

    supporting this important project. In May,

    the Photoarchive and Digital Lab together

    embarked on a two-year project to digitize

    another 15,000 negatives from the Library’s

    collection. This project, funded by the

    National Endowment for the Humanities,

    willprovideonlineaccesstoboththeimages

    andrelevantdocumentationabouttheworks

    ofartthroughARTstor.

    Theuseofdigitalphotographsofarchi-

    val material for publication and display

    within the institution increases every year.

    BetweenJulyandSeptember,morethanfour

    hundred blueprints from the Frick archives

    were treated and scanned by the Library’s

    conservation department for use by the

    curatorial and operations departments. As

    in past years, the financial support of the

    HelenClayFrickFoundationmadepossible

    the preservation and digitizing of archival

    imagesandfilm,includingthere-mastering

    ofseventy-oneFrickfamilymotionpictures

    filmedduringthedecadesbetween1910and

    1960. Digitized photographs and film foot-

    agefromthisprojectwereincorporatedinto

    an introductory film for museum visitors,

    whichwillmakeitsdebutin2010.

    The Library’s current facility opened in

    1935 and has supported the steady acqui-

    sition of materials for nearly seventy-five

    years. Inevitably, the day arrived when the

    buildingcouldnolongerhousetheentirety

    of its vast collection: in September, the

    Library had to send materials off-site for

    the first time in its history. Periodicals dat-

    ing from 1931 to 2004 were selected, as the

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 8

    majorityoftheseareeitheraccessibleonline

    or available at other libraries in the area.

    Theconservationdepartmentevaluatedand

    treatedthe itemsandestablishedguidelines

    for packaging them during transit, after

    whichtheyweresenttoabookstoragefacil-

    ity located in Patterson, New York. Since

    then,thepublicservicesstaffhasworkedto

    provide uninterrupted service by efficiently

    coordinating the retrieval of stored items,

    arranging interlibrary loans, or—when

    appropriate—guiding researchers to online,

    full-textalternatives.

    Sinceitsestablishmentin2007,theCenter

    fortheHistoryofCollectinginAmericahas

    reinvigorated the Frick’s commitment to

    playingaproactiveroleinshapingarthistor-

    icalscholarship.Thankstoagenerouschal-

    lenge grant from Trustee Melvin R. Seiden,

    matchedbynumeroussupporters,theCenter

    is on sound financial footing. During this

    past year, it hosted three symposia, each of

    whichattractedacapacitycrowdofscholars,

    dealers,andcollectors.Thefirstsymposium,

    held in November, was co-hosted by the

    Madrid-based Centro de Estudios Europa

    Hispanica. Titled “Collecting Spanish Art:

    Spain’s Golden Age and America’s Gilded

    Age,” this two-day event honored Professor

    JonathanBrownoftheInstituteofFineArts,

    New York University, for his longstanding

    supportofboththeLibraryandtheCenter.

    Thesecondsymposium,inMarch,calledfor

    paperson“TheAmericanArtistasCollector,

    from the Enlightenment to the Post-War

    Era.”Thethird,sponsoredbytheConsulate

    GeneraloftheKingdomofTheNetherlands

    aspartoftheNewYork400Celebrationand

    the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, focused

    on “Holland’s Golden Age in America:

    Collecting the Art of Rembrandt, Vermeer,

    and Hals.” Held in May, the symposium

    included an interview with Eijk and Rose-

    MarievanOtterloo,contemporarycollectors

    ofDutchart.

    Lastbutnot least, theCenterwelcomed

    four Samuel H. Kress research fellows and

    thefirstofsixlong-termLeonLevyfellows,

    each of whom offered presentations about

    their research at the Fellows’ Forums orga-

    nizedbythestaffoftheCenter.

    Foryears,theLibraryhasbeenacknowl-

    edgedbythoseinthefieldasoneofAmerica’s

    foremostinstitutionsforthestudyofart.As

    a resultof theever-increasingonlineaccess

    to its collections, outreach by its staff, and

    a renewed commitment to programmatic

    support of new scholarship, the Library

    has of late been receiving recognition by

    non-specialists as well. Its higher profile

    and the many accomplishments detailed

    in this report were made possible by the

    leadership and collaborative spirit of the

    Library’sdepartmentheadsand,inturn,by

    the support they receive from the Director

    and Trustees of The Frick Collection.—

    Inge Reist, Chief of Research Collections and

    Programs and Director of the Center for the

    History of Collecting in America

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 9

    Exhibitions

    Andrea Riccio: Renaissance Master of Bronze

    October15,2008,throughJanuary18,2009

    Masterpieces of European Painting from the

    Norton Simon Museum

    February10throughMay10,2009

    Portraits, Pastels, Prints:

    Whistler in The Frick Collection

    June2throughAugust23,2009

    Lectures

    October1,2008

    “A Born Trader and a Close Buyer & a D—

    Smart Man”: Henry Clay Frick and His Art

    Dealers

    CynthiaSaltzman,author

    October15,2008

    Riccio’s Statuettes: Making and Meaning

    PetaMotture,SeniorCuratorofSculpture,

    VictoriaandAlbertMuseum,London

    Presentation of this lecture was made possible

    by the Italian Cultural Institute of New York.

    October22,2008

    Art for the People: Art Museums in

    Nineteenth-Century Britain

    GilesWaterfield,Director,RoyalCollection

    Studies,AttinghamTrust,andAssociate

    Lecturer,CourtauldInstituteofArt,

    London

    November12,2008

    Avatars of the Golden Calf in the Work

    of Andrea Riccio

    AlexanderNagel,ProfessorofRenaissance

    ArtHistory,InstituteofFineArts,NewYork

    University

    Presentation of this lecture was made possible

    by the Italian Cultural Institute of New York.

    November19,2008

    Earth, Metal, Wood, Wax: How Verrocchio

    Mixed Media and Transformed the Nature

    of Renaissance Art

    ChristinaNeilson,InstructorinRenaissance

    andBaroqueArtHistory,OberlinCollege

    December10,2008

    Andrea Riccio: A Sculptor and an Exhibition

    DeniseAllen,Curator,TheFrickCollection

    January17,2009

    Riccio and the Art of Inspiration

    AndrewButterfield,President,Andrew

    ButterfieldFineArts

    January21,2009

    Artists,Poets,andWritersLectureSeries

    Surveillance as a Narrative Device in the

    Motion Pictures of the Rufus Corporation

    EveSussman,artist

    The Artists, Poets, and Writers Lecture Series

    is made possible through the generous support

    of the Drue Heinz Trust.

    February11,2009

    Norton Winfred Simon and the Formation

    of His Collection

    CarolTogneri,ChiefCurator,Norton

    SimonMuseum,Pasadena

    March4,2009

    The Régence Picture Frame and Its Afterlife

    NicholasPenny,DirectoroftheNational

    Gallery,London

    This lecture was made possible by a grant

    from the U.S. Institute of Museum and

    Library Services.

    March11,2009

    The Rocky Road to Paradise:

    Jacopo Bassano’s FlightintoEgypt

    BeverlyLouiseBrown,independentscholar

    Public Programming

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 10

    Friday,March20,2009

    TheSamuelH.KressLecturein

    MuseumEducation

    Trafficking in Truth: Remarks on the

    Educational Mission of Museums

    PhilipW.Jackson,DavidLeeShillinglaw

    DistinguishedServiceProfessorinthe

    DepartmentsofEducationandPsychology,

    UniversityofChicago

    Funding for this lecture was provided by

    The Samuel H. Kress Foundation.

    March25,2009

    “Why Seek Ye the Living among the Dead?”

    Rubens’s HolyWomenattheSepulchre,

    from the Norton Simon Museum

    PeterC.Sutton,TheSusanE.Lynch

    ExecutiveDirector,BruceMuseum,

    Greenwich,Connecticut

    April15,2009

    A Collector on the Cutting Edge: Jean-Henri

    Eberts, Banker, Art Lover, and Agent in

    Pre-Revolutionary Paris

    ChristophFrank,ChairofArtand

    ArchitecturalHistory,Academyof

    Architecture,UniversityofLugano,

    Mendrisio,Switzerland

    This lecture was the seventh in the annual

    series sponsored by the Council of The Frick

    Collection.

    April22,2009

    Guercino’s AldrovandiDog: The Dog in Art

    from the Renaissance to Today

    EdgarPetersBowron,AudreyJonesBeck

    CuratorofEuropeanArt,MuseumofFine

    Arts,Houston

    April29,2009

    Rivalries and Reputations in the Gilded

    Age: Manet, Meissonier, and the Birth

    of Impressionism

    RossKing,authorandcurator

    May6,2009

    AlexGordonLectureintheHistoryofArt

    StillLifewithLemons,OrangesandaRose:

    Zurbarán’s Singular Masterpiece and the

    Genre of the Still Life in Seville

    WilliamJordan,arthistorian

    June10,2009

    Duveen, Bardini, Volpi, and the Collecting

    of Renaissance Furniture in America

    CharlotteVignon,AndrewW.Mellon

    CuratorialFellow,TheFrickCollection

    Symposia

    November21–22,2008

    Collecting Spanish Art: Spain’s Golden Age

    and America’s Gilded Age

    PresentedbytheCenterfortheHistoryof

    CollectinginAmericaincollaborationwith

    theCentrodeEstudiosEuropaHispánica,

    Madrid,inhonorofJonathanBrown,

    CarrollandMiltonPetrieProfessorof

    FineArts,InstituteofFineArts,NewYork

    University

    January20,2009

    Andrea Riccio: Renaissance Master of Bronze

    AstudydaypresentedbyTheFrick

    Collectionandmadepossiblebythe

    generoussupportofRobertH.Smithand

    theArthurRossFoundation

    January26,2009

    The Philippe de Montebello Years: Curators

    Celebrate Three Decades of Acquisitions

    PresentedbytheCenterfortheHistory

    ofCollectinginAmericaandThe

    MetropolitanArtMuseumofArt,with

    supportfromtheSamuelH.Kress

    Foundation

    March6–7,2009

    The American Artist as Collector, from the

    Enlightenment to the Post-War Era

    PresentedbytheCenterfortheHistoryof

    CollectinginAmericaandmadepossibleby

    thegeneroussupportofMelvinR.Seiden

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 11

    April3–4,2009

    A Symposium on the History of Art

    PresentedbyTheFrickCollectionandthe

    InstituteofFineArts,NewYorkUniversity

    May15–16,2009

    Holland’s Golden Age in America: Collecting

    the Art of Rembrandt, Vermeer, and Hals

    PresentedbytheCenterfortheHistoryof

    CollectinginAmericaandsponsoredby

    theConsulateGeneraloftheKingdomof

    TheNetherlandsandtheSamuelH.Kress

    Foundation

    Publications

    Exhibition Catalogues

    DeniseAllenandPeterMottureetal.,

    Andrea Riccio: Renaissance Master of Bronze,

    publishedinassociationwithPhilipWilson

    Publishers,London,2008

    MargaretIacono,Masterpieces of European

    Painting from the Norton Simon Museum,

    2009

    Council Lecture Series

    HilaryBallon,Mr. Frick’s Palace,2009

    Concerts

    July8,2008

    Calefax, reed quintet

    August12,2008

    EnsembleCaprice,period instrument

    ensemble

    October12,2008

    HugoWolfQuartet

    October26,2008

    AlexandreTharaud,piano

    November9,2008

    KussQuartet

    November23,2008

    CoraBurggraaf,mezzo-soprano, in

    NewYorkrecitaldebut,withJonathan

    Kelly,piano

    January18,2009

    Ma’alotQuintet,windensemble

    February15,2009

    AtriumQuartetinNewYorkdebut

    March15,2009

    JulianRachlin,violinist and violist,inNew

    Yorkdebut,withItamarGolan, piano

    April5,2009

    ByronSchenkman, piano

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 12

    April19,2009

    GeringasBarytonTrio: violin, baryton,and

    cello,inNewYorkdebut

    May3,2009

    TempestadiMare:recorder, theorbo, cello,

    andsoprano,inNewYorkdebut

    GiftsandExchanges

    Onehundredfifty-sixtitles(308vols.),gift

    oftheMarilenaFerrari–FMRFoundation,

    Milan.NotableamongthesewereDucato

    di Milano (2vols.,2000);Italia asburgica

    (2vols.,1996);La Reggia di Là da l’Acqua:

    Il giardino e il palazzo dei duchi di Parma

    (1991);Repubblica di Genova(3vols.,

    2002).Repubblica di Venezia (7vols.,2003);

    Stati pontifici (4vols.,1995);Stati Sabaudi

    (2vols.,2000);andVicariati pontifici

    (2vols.,2002).

    The Walpole Society Notebooks(forty-two

    volumeset),giftofDeCourcyE.McIntosh

    Monographies des Hôtels: Textes Historiques

    (2vols.),oneonLe Marais,theotheron

    Le Faubourg Saint Germain,Paris,1964and

    1966;giftofRobertHelbiginhonorofhis

    father,EugeneS.Helbig,R.A.

    GiovanniAgosti,ed.,Altri quaranta dipinti

    antichi della Collezione Saibene,Verona,

    2008;giftofGiovanniAgosti

    StephanKemperdickandJochenSander,

    eds.,The Master of Flémalle and Rogier

    van der Weyden(exhibitioncatalogue,

    StädelMuseum,FrankfurtamMain,and

    Gemäldegalerie,Berlin),Ostfildern,2009;

    giftoftheStädelMuseum

    AnnaKoopstra,etal.,Schattengalerie: Die

    verlorenen Werke der Gemäldesammlung,

    Munich,2008;giftofLouisaWoodRuby

    JolandaRomeroandInésVallejo,José

    Guerrero. Catálogo razonado,Granada,2007;

    giftofSydneyShaperinmemoryofMary

    V.Shaper

    MarinoSanudo,Venice, città excelentissima:

    Selections from the Renaissance Diaries of

    Marin Sanudo, PatriciaH.Labalmeand

    LauraSanguinetiWhite,eds.,Baltimore,

    2008;giftofGeorgeLabalme

    LeslieShore,Small Paintings of the Masters:

    Masterpieces Reproduced in Actual Size,

    3vols.,Redding,Connecticut,1980;giftof

    OttoNauman

    MaïthéVallés-Bled,Vlaminck (Wildenstein

    Institutecatalogueraisonné),trans.

    byTimothyStroud,Paris,2008;giftof

    Wildenstein&Co.,throughEliotRowlands

    Notable Library Acquisitions

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 13

    Purchases

    OskarBatschmannandPaulMüller,

    Ferdinand Hodler: Catalogue Raisonné der

    Gemälde,Band I, Die Landschaften,2vols.,

    Zurich,2008;purchasedthrough

    theAmbassadorWalterJ.P.CurleyFund

    GeoffreyDeBellaigue,French Porcelain in

    the Collection of Her Majesty the Queen,

    3vols.,London,2009;purchasedthroughthe

    generosityofRobertH.andClariceSmith

    WilliamBemrose,A Descriptive Catalogue

    of Porcelain and Other Art Objects in the

    Collection of William Bemrose, Elmhurst,

    Derby,Derby,1898;purchasedthroughthe

    generosityofRobertH.andClariceSmith

    AndreasBräm,Neapolitanische Bilderbibeln

    des Trecento: Anjou-Buchmaleriei von

    Robert dem Weisen bis zu Johann I,2vols.,

    Wiesbaden,2007;purchasedthroughthe

    RobertLehmanFund

    Guy-PatriceDauberville,Renoir: Catalogue

    raisonné des tableaux, pastels, dessins et

    aquarelles,2vols.,Paris,2007–9;purchased

    throughtheGerschelFundinmemoryof

    AndréMeyer

    DorotheaDiemer,etal.,Die Münchner

    Kunstkammer,3vols.,Munich,2008;

    purchasedthroughthegenerosityofRobert

    H.andClariceSmith

    C.L.J.Durch,Beschreibung des

    ammanschen Bildercabinets zu

    Schaffhausen,1775

    AksiniiaDzhurova,Répertoire des

    manuscrits grecs enluminés (IXe – Xe siècles),

    CentredeRecherchesSlavo-Byzantines

    “IvanDujčev,”UniversitédeSofiaSaint

    Clémentd’Ohrid,Sofia,Bulgaria,2006;

    purchasedthroughtheHomeland

    FoundationFund

    R.J.C.vanHelden,Catalogus Martin

    Monnickendam,3vols.,Zwolleand

    Amsterdam,2009;purchasedthrough

    thegenerosityofWilliamNoortman

    N.I.Komashko,Russian Hagiographical

    Icons,Moscow,2007;purchasedthrough

    theHomelandFoundationFund

    TheoandFransLaurentius,Watermarks,

    1650–1700, Found in the Zeeland Archives,

    ‘tGoy-Houtent,TheNetherlands,2008

    TomásLlorensSerra,Julio González:

    Catálogo general razonado de las pinturas,

    esculturas y dibujos,Madrid,2007

    GerLuijten,ed.,Frans Hogenberg:

    Broadsheets,2vols.,Amsterdam,2009

    TimMcCormick,etal.,First Views of

    Australia, 1788–1825: A History of Early

    Sydney,Chippendale,Australia,1987

    JaimePassolasJáuregui,Juan Martínez

    Montañes,2vols.,Seville,2008

    CarlosdelPulgarSabín,Artistas Pintores,

    Barcelona,2009;purchasedthroughthe

    CharlesRyskampFund

    MichaelRoth,Matthias Grünewald: Die

    Zeichnungen,Ostfildern,2008;purchased

    throughtheHomelandFoundationFund

    NicolásSalvadorEgido,Artistas Asturianos,

    10vols.,Oviedo,2002

    PierreSanchez,Dictionnaire des

    Indépendants: Répertoire des exposants et

    liste des oeuvres présentées, 1920–50,3vols.,

    Dijon,2008;purchasedthrough

    theFlorenceGouldFoundationFund

    Juan-RamónTriadó,El paisaje: De Giotto

    a Antonio López,Barcelona,2007

    HarryVanRompaey,Dictionary of Bird

    and Wildlife Painters,2vols.,Edegem,

    Belgium,2006

    KarlBernhardWohlert,Karl Hofer:

    Werkverzeichnis der Gemälde,3vols.,

    Cologne,2007;purchasedthroughthe

    SamuelSachsIIFund

    GertWoll,Edvard Munch: Complete

    Paintings, Catalogue Raisonné,4vols.,

    London,2009;purchasedthroughthePaul

    PennoyerFund

    Dissertation-programme de la plus ancienne

    manufacture de porcelain d’Europe:

    À l’occasion de son deux-centième

    anniversaire Meissen,NewYork,1910;

    purchasedthroughthegenerosityof

    RobertH.andClariceSmith

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 14

    Statement of Financial Position June30,2009,and2008

    2009 2008

    Assets

    Cashandcashequivalents $ 2,682,055 $ 1,598,364

    Contributionsreceivable 4,717,317 3,865,444

    Duefrombrokerforsecuritiessold 111,722 728,573

    Prepaidpensioncost — 694,274

    Inventory 662,312 701,384

    Otherprepaidexpenses,

    receivables,andotherassets 936,182 1,013,607

    Investmentsinrealestate,atcost 3,101,573 3,033,855

    Investmentsinsecurities 195,396,237 248,047,092

    Propertyandequipment,net 18,004,325 18,222,171

    Total assets $ 225,611,723 $ 277,904,764

    Liabilities and net assets

    Accountspayable,accruedexpenses,

    anddeferredincome 1,536,132 1,993,944

    Accruedpostretirementhealthand

    otherbenefits 5,117,893 4,725,500

    Accruedpensionbenefits 2,290,857

    Total liabilities 8,944,882 6,719,444

    Net assets

    Unrestricted 176,622,195 231,841,324

    Temporarilyrestricted 4,467,960 5,273,252

    Permanentlyrestricted 35,576,686 34,070,744

    Total net assets 216,666,841 271,185,320

    Total liabilities and net assets $ 225,611,723 $ 277,904,764

    Note 1

    For purposes of brevity, the June 30, 2009, financial

    informationpresentedhereisexcerptedfromTheFrick

    Collection’sauditedfinancialstatementsaspreparedby

    the independent accounting firm of O’Connor Davies

    Munns&Dobbins,LLP.,whichrenderedanunqualified

    opinionastothosestatements’conformancewithgener-

    allyacceptedaccountingprinciples.Thisexcerptedinfor-

    mation does not include the Statement of Cash Flows

    orthefootnotes,whichare integral toa fullpresenta-

    tion of the Collection’s financial position. A complete

    ReportoftheIndependentAuditorsisavailablebywrit-

    ingtothedevelopmentofficeofTheFrickCollection.

    Note 2: Measure of Operations

    Operations include all revenues and expenses that are

    an integralpartof itsprogramsandsupportingactivi-

    ties. The measure of operations includes investment

    incomeequaltothe4.5%spendingrate(seeNote3)and

    excludesinvestmentreturninexcessof,orlessthan,the

    spendingrate.Themeasureofoperationsalsoexcludes

    permanentlyrestrictedcontributions;purchaseandsale

    of Collection items; unsolicited, unrestricted contribu-

    tionsof$50,000ormore,whichareboarddesignatedfor

    long-term investment as funds functioning as endow-

    ment; depreciation of fixed assets; and releases of net

    assetsfromrestrictionsrelatedtonon-operatingitems.

    Note 3: Spending Rate

    The Collection manages its pooled investments on a

    totalreturnbasis.Topreservetheinvestments’long-term

    purchasingpower, theCollectionmakesavailable tobe

    spenteachyearapercentageof the investmentportfo-

    lio’saveragemarketvalueforthetwelvequartersending

    theMarchpriortothebeginningofthefiscalyear.The

    spendingratewas4.5%forfiscalyear2009and4.25%for

    fiscalyear2008.

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 15

    Unrestricted Total

    Board Temporarily Permanently General Designated Total Restricted Restricted 2009 2008

    Operating support and revenues

    Netinvestmentreturn $ 10,540,130 $ $ 10,540,130 $ $ $ 10,540,130 $ 10,002,582

    Otherinterestincome 5,130 145,227 150,357 (3,582) 146,775 72,900

    Contributions 3,242,080 3,242,080 4,738,994 7,981,074 5,991,419

    Admissionfees 2,821,937 2,821,937 2,821,937 2,681,745

    Membership 1,201,421 1,201,421 1,201,421 1,638,564

    Bookstoresalesandmiscellaneous 1,246,146 1,246,146 1,246,146 1,345,725

    19,056,844 145,227 19,202,071 4,735,412 — 23,937,483 21,732,935

    Netassetsreleasedfromrestrictions 1,978,868 1,978,868 (1,978,868) — —

    Total operating support and revenues 21,035,712 145,227 21,180,939 2,756,544 — 23,937,483 21,732,935

    Operating expenses

    Museum programs

    Operations 5,285,423 5,285,423 5,285,423 5,097,824

    Specialexhibitions,concerts,andlectures 1,345,104 1,345,104 1,345,104 2,120,118

    Bookstore,includingcostofsales 1,178,091 1,178,091 1,178,091 1,274,695

    Total museum programs 7,808,618 7,808,618 — 7,808,618 8,492,637

    Library programs

    Operations 3,765,644 3,765,644 3,765,644 3,613,599

    Specialprograms 842,160 842,160 842,160 764,466

    Total library programs 4,607,804 4,607,804 — 4,607,804 4,378,065

    Total programs 12,416,422 12,416,422 — 12,416,422 12,870,702

    Supporting services

    Generalandadministrative 6,430,154 6,430,154 6,430,154 6,440,409

    Fundraising 1,589,696 1,589,696 1,589,696 1,557,612

    Total supporting services 8,019,850 8,019,850 — 8,019,850 7,998,021

    Total operating expenses 20,436,272 20,436,272 — 20,436,272 20,868,723

    Excess (deficiency) of operating support

    and revenues over operating expenses 599,440 145,227 744,667 2,756,544 — 3,501,211 864,212

    Non-operating changes to net assets

    Contributions 1,505,942 1,505,942 2,465,745

    Depreciation (1,445,756) (1,445,756) (1,445,756) (1,387,596)

    AcquisitionofCollectionitems (4,800) (4,800) (4,800) (55,639)

    Netinvestmentreturndesignatedfor

    long-terminvestment (51,732,654) (51,732,654) (3,518,844) (55,251,498) (25,239,511)

    Pensionandpost-retirementbenefitplan

    liabilityadjustment (2,823,578) (2,823,578) (2,823,578) (1,489,405)

    Netassetsreleasedfromrestrictionsforinvestment 42,992 42,992 (42,992)

    Total non-operating changes to net assets (2,828,378) (53,135,418) (55,963,796) (3,561,836) 1,505,942 (58,019,690) (25,706,406)

    Change in net assets (2,228,938) (52,990,191) (55,219,129) (805,292) 1,505,942 (54,518,479) (24,842,194)

    Net assets

    Beginningofyear $ 7,215,298 $224,626,026 $ 231,841,324 $ 5,273,252 $ 34,070,744 $ 271,185,320 $296,027,514

    Endofyear $4,986,360 $ 171,635,835 $ 176,622,195 $4,467,960 $35,576,686 $ 216,666,841 $ 271,185,320

    Statement of Activities June30,2009(withcomparativetotalsfortheyearendedJune30,2008)

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 16

    $250,000 and aboveTheArnholdFoundation

    Mr.andMrs.WalterA.Eberstadt

    TheFlorenceGouldFoundation

    TheAndrewW.MellonFoundation

    NationalEndowmentfortheHumanities

    Mr.andMrs.StephenA.Schwarzman

    MelvinR.SeidenandJanineLuke

    RobertH.SmithFamilyFoundation

    $100,000 to $249,999JohnandConstanceBirkelund

    Mr.andMrs.JeremiahM.Bogert

    Mr.andMrs.Jean-MarieEveillard

    TheHelenClayFrickFoundation

    AgnesGund

    Mr.andMrs.FranklinW.Hobbs

    SamuelH.KressFoundation

    EstateofJosephF.McCrindle

    Mr.andMrs.HowardPhippsJr.

    AsoO.Tavitian

    $50,000 to $99,999TheDavidBergFoundation

    Mr.andMrs.PeterP.BlanchardIII

    TheAlexanderBodiniFoundation

    DonnaJoseyChapman

    CharinaEndowmentFund

    BarbaraG.Fleischman

    Mrs.HenryClayFrickII

    Mr.andMrs.J.TomilsonHillIII

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelJ.Horvitz

    InstituteofMuseumandLibraryServices

    Mrs.StephenM.Kellen

    Mr.andMrs.StephenRobert

    Mr.andMrs.ConstantineSidamon-Eristoff

    ThawCharitableTrust

    Mr.andMrs.ThomasJ.Tisch

    $25,000 to $49,999IreneRooseveltAitken

    AugeoAffinityMarketing

    Mr.andMrs.I.TownsendBurdenIII

    Mr.andMrs.JohnJ.BurnsJr.

    EdwardLeeCave

    Mr.andMrs.MinturnV.Chace

    HesterDiamond

    Mr.andMrs.L.F.BokerDoyle

    Mrs.CharlesH.Dyson

    FrancisFinlay

    PeterandGailGoltra

    CharlesHackandAngellaHearn

    TheRobertK.JohnsonFoundation

    ChristianK.Keesee

    FrederickR.Koch

    EdieLangnerandMichaelH.Coles

    Mr.andMrs.DavidM.Leuschen

    Mr.andMrs.ThomasLoring

    Mr.andMrs.PeterP.Marino

    ThePierreandTanaMatisseFoundation

    Consulate-GeneraloftheKingdomofthe

    Netherlands

    DianeAllenNixon

    Mr.andMrs.BernardG.Palitz

    LauraPels

    Dr.andMrs.JamesS.Reibel

    Mr.andMrs.JamesSimons

    Mr.andMrs.PaulSoros

    StrategicRealEstateAdvisors,London

    TheWidgeonPointCharitableFoundation

    Dr.andMrs.MalcolmH.Wiener

    Mrs.CharlesWrightsman

    $10,000 to $24,999Mr.andMrs.AnthonyAmes

    Helen-MaeandSeymourAskin

    CaroleParsonsBailey

    Mr.andMrs.ChristopherBeale

    Mr.andMrs.LucianoBerti

    Gifts and Grants

    W e deeply appreciate the generos-ityoftheindividuals,foundations,andcorporationsthatmadesubstantialcon-

    tributions to The Frick Collection during

    the past fiscal year, July 1, 2008, to June 30,

    2009.Thesegiftsandgrantsprovidedvitally

    needed general operating funds as well as

    support for a range of projects, includ-

    ingspecialexhibitionsandpublications,the

    education program, Library acquisitions,

    conservation equipment andmaterials, and

    services to scholars. We are most grateful

    to our supporters for their help in funding

    theseimportantprogramsandservices.

    To read about the Frick’s many activi-

    ties and accomplishments of the past fiscal

    year,pleaseseethecompleteAnnualReport,

    whichispostedonlineatwww.frick.org.

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 17

    JeanA.Bonna

    YukiandAlexBouzari

    TheHonorableandMrs.WalterJ.P.Curley

    FilomenM.D’AgostinoFoundation

    Mr.andMrs.MarvinH.DavidsonJr.

    Mr.andMrs.PierreJ.deVegh

    JoanneduPontFoster

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelE.Gellert

    Mr.andMrs.GeorgeJ.GillespieIII

    Mr.andMrs.AlainGoldrach

    Mrs.HenryGrunwald

    NicholasH.J.Hall

    PatriciaandRodesHart

    Mr.andMrs.RogerHertog

    Dr.andMrs.PeterHeydon

    F.M.KirbyFoundation

    Mr.andMrs.JonLandau

    ArthurL.Loeb

    Mr.andMrs.JohnL.Marion

    RobertandClareMcKeon

    Mr.andMrs.JeremiahMilbankIII

    NationalEndowmentfortheArts

    Dr.DavidOrentreich

    Mr.andMrs.GregoryK.Palm

    BillyRoseFoundation

    ArthurRossFoundation

    Mr.andMrs.CharlesM.Royce

    LouisaStudeSarofim

    Dr.StephenK.ScherandJanieP.Woo

    Mr.andMrs.StanleyDeForestScott

    ThePeterJaySharpFoundation

    SuzettedeMarignySmith

    WilliamJ.Solloway

    ElizabethM.Stafford

    BeatriceStern

    Mr.andMrs.DavidM.Tobey

    Mr.andMrs.NormanH.Volk

    TheWallaceFoundation

    JoanWeberman

    Dr.andMrs.RobertD.Wickham

    BaronessMariucciaZerilli-Marimò

    $5,000 to $9,999AcornHillFoundation

    JoanTaubAdesandAlanM.Ades

    AllenR.AdlerandFrancesBeattyAdler

    Mr.andMrs.ScottM.Black

    TheHonorableandMrs.W.L.LyonsBrown

    Mr.andMrs.SamuelC.Butler

    Mrs.ChristopherC.Y.Chen

    SharleenCooperCohen

    Mr.andMrs.EdgarM.Cullman

    Mr.andMrs.ChristopherC.Davis

    AntalPostdeBekessy

    TheHonorableand

    Mrs.EnriquillodelRosario

    Mr.andMrs.DouglasDurst

    Mr.andMrs.StevenG.Einhorn

    TheCharlesEngelhardFoundation

    KatherineFarleyandJerryI.Speyer

    MarthaFleischman

    EliseD.FrickandJohnA.Garraty

    Mr.andMrs.PatrickA.Gerschel

    SirDavidGibbonsandLadyGibbons

    Mr.andMrs.DonaldJ.Gordon

    MarthaM.Hare

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelHarkins

    Mr.andMrs.SpencerHays

    Mr.andMrs.GregoryHedberg

    Mrs.HenryJ.HeinzII

    MarleneHessandJamesDavidZirin

    LaurenHubbell

    ItalianCulturalInstituteofNewYork

    BettyWoldJohnson

    Mr.andMrs.ThomasKranz

    MargoMortonLangenberg

    Mr.andMrs.RonaldS.Lauder

    Mr.andMrs.AlexanderM.Laughlin

    Mr.andMrs.HowardG.Lepow

    LeonLevyFoundation

    Mr.andMrs.IraA.Lipman

    JanetMavecandE.WayneNordberg

    TheCurtisW.McGrawFoundation

    TobiasMeyer

    Mr.andMrs.MarkL.Moehlman

    LisaD.Morse

    OceanicHeritageFoundation

    Mr.andMrs.ChipsC.Page

    BridgetRestivo

    BarbaraA.Reuterand

    WilliamJ.WilliamsJr.

    TheHonorableandMrs.FelixG.Rohatyn

    AlanE.Salz

    Mr.andMrs.JulioMarioSantoDomingo

    JeanetteSarkisianandPaulA.Wagner

    RobertaandIrwinSchneiderman

    F.RandallSmithandJudithSmith

    ElizabethF.StriblingandGuyRobinson

    ElizabethStrong-Cuevas

    MelindaandPaulSullivan

    MiltonS.Teicher

    BrittTidelius

    Mr.andMrs.HerbertWachtell

    GeorgeandFernWachter

    LynneM.Wheat

    AllisonWhiting

    Mr.andMrs.JamesJ.Wilson

    JenniferWright

    $1,000 to $4,999AnnaM.Abrams

    HaroldM.AbramsandNinaMaksoudova

    TheAchelisFoundation

    JulianAgnew

    TheAhmansonFoundation

    FarahM.Amid

    Mr.andMrs.MarkAppel

    PageAshley

    Mr.andMrs.ScottAsplundh

    EikoandMichaelAssael

    ChristinaBaltz

    ElizabethA.Baltz

    AndrewBarroway

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 18

    JosephandGailBarry

    AnneH.Bass

    Mr.andMrs.JonathanBeer

    JanePooleBendheim

    SuzyBiszantz

    FrancesandEdwardMcC.Blair

    Mr.andMrs.HarveyR.Blau

    AllanBlock

    Mr.andMrs.JonathanBoos

    TheHonorableandMrs.DenisBovin

    AllysonBowen

    W.MarkBrady

    Mr.andMrs.AndersBrag

    Mrs.JacksonBurke

    Mrs.JamesE.Burke

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelCaruso

    Mr.andMrs.ThomasA.Cassilly

    Mr.andMrs.ChristopherT.Clark

    StuartH.Coleman

    AnnikaConnor

    RobertCouturier

    StoningtonCox

    T.A.Cox

    EdnaC.Craddock

    Mr.andMrs.ChristopherScottCrain

    MarySharpCronson

    Mr.andMrs.GlennM.Darden

    SriramP.Das

    Mr.andMrs.CharlesdeGunzburg

    Mr.andMrs.MichaeldeHavenon

    Mr.andMrs.GonzalodeLasHeras

    ColleenDeLeeandMichaelF.Perlis

    Mr.andMrs.JosephDellaRosa

    DemoulasFoundation

    Mr.andMrs.PaulDesmaraisIII

    Mrs.C.DouglasDillon

    ElaineM.Drew

    JacquelinF.DruckerandJohnH.Drucker

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelJ.Duff

    R.GordonFauxIII

    Mr.andMrs.MartinFeldstein

    JeraldDillonFessenden

    Mr.andMrs.TimothyO.Fisher

    Mr.andMrs.JohnJ.FlynnJr.

    DavidB.Ford

    Mr.andMrs.LuciusL.Fowler

    Ernst&ElfriedeFrankFoundation

    Mr.andMrs.WilliamP.Frank

    Mr.andMrs.PeterFrelinghuysen

    Mr.andMrs.RalphFreydberg

    AndrewFriedman

    RobertL.Froelich

    PaigeGamble

    StephenA.Geiger

    AlanGerry

    SusanGlesby

    JoelM.Goldfrank

    DavidGoldmanandMarkSchaffer

    Mr.andMrs.HubertL.Goldschmidt

    RobertB.Goldsmithand

    Dr.TeresaA.Carbone

    Mr.andMrs.BernardGray

    NotoyaGreenandFrederick

    Mwangaguhunga

    Mr.andMrs.NigelGreig

    ElizabethGrimaldiandJonKurpis

    Dr.LucindaA.Harris

    ChristopherHeathandLisaSelby

    Mr.andMrs.CharlesHeimbold

    JuneHunt-Mayer

    ErinIsakov

    Mr.andMrs.WarrenS.Josephy

    HonorableBruceM.Kaplanand

    JanetYaseen

    Mr.andMrs.GeorgeS.Kaufman

    HansW.Kertess

    ProfessorJosephLeoKoernerand

    MargaretL.Koster

    PhyllisL.Kossoff

    EugeneM.LangFoundation

    CorneliaLeeandKatherineLee

    DanLevineandJessieTisch

    LaurenceLevine*

    Mr.andMrs.JulianEdmondPaulLewison

    Mr.andMrs.ThomasLinden

    CarolineM.Lowndes

    DuncanMacGuigan

    TheHonorableandMrs.EarleI.Mack

    Mr.andMrs.RobertA.Martin

    JenniferMathews

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelJ.McCormick

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelMeehan

    KatherineWoodwardMellon

    Mr.andMrs.RichardL.Menschel

    RebekahMercerandSylvainMirochnikoff

    SamuelC.Miller

    Mr.andMrs.SylvesterMiniterIV

    SandraE.Mintz

    JuliaMoore

    TaraMorley

    Mr.andMrs.LesterS.MorseJr.

    Mr.andMrs.BentonMoyer

    TheVincentMulfordFoundation

    PhilipR.Munger

    AliNamvar

    TheNetherland-AmericaFoundation

    EldoS.NettoJr.

    TheNeuFoundationofCalifornia

    CeliaNicholsandJosefNajar

    RuthannG.Niosi

    DavidNolan

    Mr.andMrs.WilsonNolen

    AlbericParadisoand

    MaximilianoDelVento

    EileenM.PatrickandJeffreyJ.Ervine

    Mr.andMrs.DouglasL.Paul

    Mr.JayR.Paul

    EdwardPerlberg

    RussellGerardPiccione

    RobertSPirie

    AlexandraCarolinePorter

    * deceased

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 19

    Mr.andMrs.FrançoisPoulet

    Mrs.LewisT.Preston

    Mr.andMrs.H.CharlesPriceII

    JoshuaW.Prueher

    Mr.andMrs.JamesPurchas

    TheGraceJonesRichardsonTrust

    Dr.ElliottC.Rosch

    Mr.andMrs.JonathanRosen

    Mr.andMrs.AlfredRoss

    CharlesA.Ryskamp

    DanielleSapse

    PeterK.Scaturro

    EmilySchendelandAlexDaniels

    Mr.WilliamR.Schermerhornand

    Mr.DanielDutcher

    CyliaG.Siedenburg

    DebbieSilverman

    RobertandDianaSmith

    Mrs.CharlesF.Smithers

    Dr.RobertC.andTinaSohnFoundation

    Mr.andMrs.HowardSolomon

    SarahSpencerFoundation

    GeraldG.Stiebeland

    PenelopeHunter-Stiebel

    PeaceSullivan

    Mr.andMrs.AlexTisch

    EllenTotten

    Mr.andMrs.JohnL.TownsendIII

    TheTownsendFamilyFoundation

    JohnVanBuren

    SueErpfVandeBovenkamp,for

    TheArmandG.ErpfFund

    Dr.KarlM.F.Wamsler

    StephenL.WeinerandLauraCarr

    Mrs.HenryH.Weldon

    GrantWentworth

    Mr.andMrs.VictorWright

    OliviaWu

    Mr.andMrs.DavidZalaznick

    ChristinaZilber

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 20

    Founder’s SocietyTheFounder’sSocietyrecognizesandhon-

    orsindividualswhoprovidecriticalsupport

    toTheFrickCollectionthroughbequests,

    charitableremaindertrusts,leadtrusts,or

    otherplanned-givingarrangements.

    EstateofJ.PhilipAnderegg

    Mr.andMrs.JeremiahM.Bogert

    HelenClayChace

    Mrs.WilliamStrattonClark

    DianeDunne

    EstateofHenryClayFrickII

    EstateofAlexGordon

    AgnesGund

    EstateofJosephF.McCrindle

    EstateofStephenMorrow

    EstateofVirginiaW.Ortlieb

    EstateofMrs.JacobusPierot

    Mrs.EdmundM.Speer

    MichaelTully

    AliceJeanZuccaire

    Honorary FellowsMrs.PerryR.Bass

    TheodoreDell

    LeComted’Haussonville

    EverettFahy

    Dr.andMrs.IraH.Kaufman

    Mr.andMrs.JohnL.Marion

    Mrs.PaulMellon

    EdgarMunhall

    CharlesA.Ryskamp

    SamuelSachsII

    Mrs.WilliamSuhr

    Mr.andMrs.EugeneVictorThaw

    FredericavonStade

    Director’s CircleIreneRooseveltAitken

    Mr.andMrs.HenryH.Arnhold

    JohnandConstanceBirkelund

    Mr.andMrs.PeterP.BlanchardIII

    TheHonorableDanieleBodini

    Mr.andMrs.JeremiahM.Bogert

    Mr.andMrs.I.TownsendBurdenIII

    Mr.andMrs.JohnJ.BurnsJr.

    EdwardLeeCave

    Mr.andMrs.MinturnV.Chace

    HesterDiamond

    Mr.andMrs.L.F.BokerDoyle

    Mrs.CharlesH.Dyson

    BrunoandSilviaEberli

    Mr.andMrs.WalterA.Eberstadt

    Mr.andMrs.Jean-MarieEveillard

    FrancisFinlay

    BarbaraG.Fleischman

    Mrs.HenryClayFrickII

    PeterandGailGoltra

    Mrs.HenryGrunwald

    AgnesGund

    Mr.andMrs.FranklinW.Hobbs

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelJ.Horvitz

    Mrs.StephenM.Kellen

    FrederickR.Koch

    EdieLangnerandMichaelH.Coles

    Mr.andMrs.SamuelI.NewhouseJr.

    DianeAllenNixon

    Mr.andMrs.BernardG.Palitz

    LauraPels

    Mr.andMrs.HowardPhippsJr.

    Dr.andMrs.JamesS.Reibel

    Mr.andMrs.JohnR.Robinson

    Mr.andMrs.JuanA.Sabater

    Dr.andMrs.NathanE.Saint-Amand

    Mr.andMrs.StephenA.Schwarzman

    Mr.andMrs.ConstantineSidamon-Eristoff

    AsoO.Tavitian

    Mr.andMrs.DavidM.Tobey

    Mrs.CharlesWrightsman

    Curatorial Visiting CommitteeFrancesBeattyAdler

    IreneRooseveltAitken

    Helen-MaeandSeymourAskin

    W.MarkBrady

    HesterDiamond

    ElizabethEveillard

    MarthaFleischman

    MichaelGallagher

    AnneGoldrach

    CharlesHack

    MicheleBeinyHarkins

    JonLandau

    NancyA.Marks

    JanetMavec

    TobiasMeyer

    DianeAllenNixon

    Mrs.GregoryK.Palm

    AlanE.Salz

    StephenK.Scher

    BeatriceStern

    GeorgeC.Wachter

    Henry Clay Frick FellowsMr.andMrs.PaulSoros

    Sustaining FellowsHelen-MaeandSeymourAskin

    Mr.andMrs.ChristopherBeale

    Mr.andMrs.PierreJ.deVegh

    JoanneduPontFoster

    Mr.andMrs.RogerHertog

    Mr.andMrs.GregoryK.Palm

    Mr.andMrs.StephenRobert

    Mr.andMrs.CharlesM.Royce

    Fellows and Friends

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 21

    Supporting Fellows

    CaroleParsonsBailey

    TheHonorableandMrs.W.L.LyonsBrown

    Mr.andMrs.SamuelC.Butler

    Mrs.ChristopherC.Y.Chen

    Mr.andMrs.EdgarM.Cullman

    Mr.andMrs.ChristopherC.Davis

    AntalPostdeBekessy

    Mr.andMrs.StevenG.Einhorn

    Mr.andMrs.GeorgeJ.GillespieIII

    Mr.andMrs.SpencerHays

    Mrs.HenryJ.HeinzII

    Dr.andMrs.PeterHeydon

    BettyWoldJohnson

    Mr.andMrs.RonaldS.Lauder

    Mr.andMrs.AlexanderM.Laughlin

    Mr.andMrs.HowardG.Lepow

    Mr.andMrs.IraA.Lipman

    TheHonorableandMrs.FelixG.Rohatyn

    JeanetteSarkisianandPaulA.Wagner

    RobertaandIrwinSchneiderman

    ElizabethM.Stafford

    MiltonS.Teicher

    ShelbyB.White

    Dr.andMrs.RobertD.Wickham

    Dr.andMrs.MalcolmH.Wiener

    Contributing FellowsMr.andMrs.MarkAppel

    EikoandMichaelAssael

    ChristinaBaltz

    ElizabethA.Baltz

    AnneH.Bass

    JanePooleBendheim

    Mrs.JamesE.Burke

    Mr.andMrs.ThomasA.Cassilly

    T.A.Cox

    Mr.andMrs.GlennM.Darden

    Mr.andMrs.MichaeldeHavenon

    Mr.andMrs.GonzalodeLasHeras

    JacquelinF.DruckerandJohnH.Drucker

    JeraldDillonFessenden

    Mr.andMrs.JohnJ.FlynnJr.

    DavidB.Ford

    StephenA.Geiger

    DavidGoldmanandMarkSchaffer

    Mr.andMrs.HubertL.Goldschmidt

    Mr.andMrs.DonaldJ.Gordon

    NotoyaGreenand

    FrederickMwangaguhunga

    NicholasH.J.Hall

    MarthaM.Hare

    Mr.andMrs.WarrenS.Josephy

    TheHonorableBruceM.Kaplanand

    JanetYaseen

    FrancesDemoulasKettenbach

    ArthurL.Loeb

    CarolineM.Lowndes

    DuncanMacGuigan

    JenniferMathews

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelJ.McCormick

    RobertandClareMcKeon

    Mr.andMrs.BentonMoyer

    Mr.andMrs.WilsonNolen

    Dr.DavidOrentreich

    JayR.Paul

    Mr.andMrs.FrançoisPoulet

    Mrs.LewisT.Preston

    BarbaraA.Reuterand

    WilliamJ.WilliamsJr.

    KristenRichardson

    PierreN.Rolin

    Mr.andMrs.JonathanRosen

    WilliamR.Schermerhornand

    DanielDutcher

    Mr.andMrs.StanleyDeForestScott

    RobertandDianaSmith

    Mrs.CharlesF.Smithers

    Mr.andMrs.HowardSolomon

    BeatriceStern

    GeraldG.Stiebeland

    PenelopeHunter-Stiebel

    ElizabethStrong-Cuevas

    MelindaandPaulSullivan

    PeaceSullivan

    Mr.andMrs.JohnL.TownsendIII

    Dr.KarlM.F.Wamsler

    AllisonWhiting

    Mr.andMrs.JamesJ.Wilson

    FellowsHaroldM.AbramsandNinaMaksoudova

    JoanTaubAdesandAlanM.Ades

    JulianAgnew

    LaurenceAllen

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelNashAmbler

    Mr.andMrs.GeorgeAntipas

    CharlotteP.Armstrong

    MarthaA.andThomasG.Armstrong

    EdgarD.Aronson

    A.L.Ballard

    Mr.andMrs.RobertF.R.Ballard

    VirginiaBarbato

    JosephandGailBarry

    FrancesBillups

    AllanBlock

    Mr.andMrs.StanleyM.Bogen

    YukiandAlexBouzari

    LaurelAnnBrien

    RichardA.Brodie

    JamesKeithBrownandEricG.Diefenbach

    KatherineF.Brush

    MarilynCalderwoodandDodgeOlmsted

    WilliamPolkCarey

    CarrollJ.CavanaghandCandidaN.Smith

    Mr.andMrs.ChristopherT.Clark

    StuartH.Coleman

    J.PatrickCooney

    Mr.andMrs.GeorgeS.Coumantaros

    Mr.andMrs.AndrewM.Crisses

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 22

    Mr.andMrs.JohnS.Dyson

    JoanK.Easton

    AndreaHendersonFahnestockand

    GeorgeA.Hambrecht

    J.O.Fairfax

    RobertFeldmanandAdriennePlotch

    Mr.andMrs.RichardFeldstein

    Mr.andMrs.JohnLeopoldo

    FiorilladiSantaCroce

    Mr.andMrs.JamesFlaherty

    Mr.andMrs.BenjaminJ.FortsonJr.

    JoanneduPontFoster

    AngelaFowler

    JamesA.Fox

    JeffreyS.Freeman

    Mr.andMrs.PeterFrelinghuysen

    Mr.andMrs.LawrenceFriedland

    AndrewFriedman

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelE.Gellert

    Mr.andMrs.MorryGerber

    SirDavidGibbonsandLadyGibbons

    GuidoA.Gockel

    Dr.HenryP.GodfreyandGingerSchnaper

    JohnGoelet

    Mr.andMrs.EugeneGoldberg

    JoelM.Goldfrank

    MarlaGoldwasser

    MarianneGourary

    Mrs.OliverR.Grace

    Dr.andMrs.VictorR.Grann

    Mr.andMrs.PeterGreenleaf

    AlexisGregory

    AntoniaandGeorgeGrumbach

    Mr.andMrs.JamesB.Gubelmann

    Mr.andMrs.RobertHanke

    BillandRuthAnnHarnisch

    Mr.andMrs.CarlB.Hess

    LuuleN.Hewson

    Mrs.M.T.Hirschler

    FrankL.HohmannIII

    JosephHoltzman

    Mrs.BruceDuffHooton

    Dr.BruceC.Horten

    Ay-WhangHsia

    WilliamL.Hudson

    JohnW.Hughes

    StephenHundiak

    JuneHunt-Mayer

    Yves-AndreIstelandKathleenBegala

    Mr.andMrs.RichardE.Jaffe

    LisaD.JohnsonandWilliamsCosby

    ElizabethY.JungandRonaldJ.Buck

    Mrs.AllanH.Kalmus

    MarkandHeleneKaplan

    WilliamW.Karatz

    Mr.andMrs.EugeneL.Kasakove

    SuzanneKavetas

    RobertG.Keller

    HansW.Kertess

    Mr.andMrs.WalterC.Klein

    AngieZ.Kozlowski

    GeorgeLabalmeJr.

    Mr.andMrs.JonLandau

    EugeneM.Lang

    CorneliaLeeandKatherineLee

    Mr.andMrs.DaleLeMasters

    HarrietteandNoelLevine

    Mr.andMrs.JulianEdmondPaulLewison

    Mr.andMrs.SamuelH.Lindenbaum

    RobertB.Loper

    ChisholmLyons

    Mr.andMrs.JohnMacAskill

    Mr.andMrs.PhilipMarks

    EthelKennedyMarran

    Mr.andMrs.TomMarsh

    MichaelT.Martin

    JanetMavecandE.WayneNordberg

    SamanthaMcCrimmon

    CatharineM.Miller

    Mr.andMrs.LesterS.MorseJr.

    BarbaraS.Mosbacher

    RuthA.Mueller

    P.ClarkeMurphy

    LeoNambaandAnthonyMilicia

    JillNewhouse

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelNewhouse

    Mr.andMrs.FrankN.Newman

    RodneyW.Nichols

    Mr.andMrs.WilliamA.Nitze

    StephenP.Nobel

    DavidNolan

    ThomasE.O’Brien

    DavidT.Owsley

    Mr.andMrs.AlexB.Pagel

    Mrs.FrankPapp

    Mr.andMrs.DouglasL.Paul

    DavidB.Pearce,M.D.

    Mr.andMrs.NormanL.Peck

    Mr.andMrs.PaulG.PennoyerJr.

    SarahPeter

    Mr.andMrs.IvanE.Phillips

    RobertSPirie

    Mr.andMrs.LeonB.Polsky

    Mr.andMrs.H.CharlesPriceII

    SheilaS.Pulling

    Mr.ArthurD.RobsonJr.

    Mr.andMrs.JohnJ.Roche

    Mr.andMrs.EdwardRomer

    Mr.andMrs.CyeRoss

    NanetteRoss

    Mr.andMrs.WilliamM.Roth

    Mr.andMrs.RichardRowe

    Dr.andMrs.A.JosephRudick

    Mr.andMrs.WinthropRutherfurdJr.

    Mr.andMrs.BrandtSakakeeny

    Mr.andMrs.AlexanderC.Sanger

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelL.Santini

    ElaineB.Sargent

    LouisaStudeSarofim

    PrincessMaria-ChristinaSayn-Wittgenstein

    Dr.StephenK.ScherandJanieP.Woo

    Dr.andMrs.JoelSchilling

    TheHonorableandMrs.RobertL.Shafer

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 23

    MichaelT.Sillerman

    J.L.H.Simonds

    DonaldG.Sisler

    Mr.andMrs.JamesBakerSitrick

    TimothyP.SpeissandJuditeMorais

    Mr.andMrs.RobertA.Stern

    Dr.IsabelC.Stuebe

    Mr.andMrs.JohnW.Sweetland

    Mr.andMrs.J.FifeSymingtonIV

    Mr.andMrs.DanielM.Tapiero

    Mrs.HenryJ.Taylor

    Mr.andMrs.BruceE.Toll

    Mr.andMrs.RogerTuckerman

    SueErpfVandeBovenkamp

    Mr.andMrs.HerbertWachtell

    Mr.andMrs.JohnL.Warden

    MarissaC.Wesely

    Mr.andMrs.KarelWesterling

    Mr.andMrs.JohnC.Whitehead

    Mr.andMrs.G.JarvisG.WilcoxJr.

    IsabelStainowWilcox

    DuaneWilder

    Mrs.WalterW.Wilds

    Mr.andMrs.WalterJ.Wilkie

    Mr.andMrs.DavidWillson

    AnnWinslowandNorbertP.Donelly

    Mrs.RobertWinthrop

    Mr.andMrs.DerekWolstenholme

    Mr.andMrs.GeneM.Woodfin

    AndreaWoodner

    Mr.E.LiskWyckoffJr.

    Mr.andMrs.BabakYaghmaie

    Mr.andMrs.DavidYates

    GeorgeM.Yeager

    Young FellowsAnnaM.Abrams

    AlexandraHayesAdame

    EdwardA.Allen

    DeweyNippertAmes

    AdriannaArcher

    SaraArlin

    MadeleineAsplundh

    CelisteS.Avina

    AmandaBaird

    ElaineBall

    JeffreyElyBerman

    PaoloBiancoandBetsyThomas

    AllysonBowen

    AnneBracegirdle

    StephanieBrag

    BridgetBray

    KyleD.Brazil

    IsabelleBscher

    JeanneBucknam

    SarahE.Burley

    LindsayBurn

    MelissaE.Cacciola

    JasonCarroll

    AndrewM.ChinandEmilyD.Griset

    YannCoatanlem

    AnnikaConnor

    CatherineA.Corman

    SarahCornell

    NedeniaHuttonCraig

    KiptonCronkite

    VanessaD.C.Crosbieand

    PierceB.T.Crosbie

    PaulCruickshank

    FrankDarden

    ChrisDardis

    Mr.andMrs.DouglasK.Davis

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelDavis

    FredericA.deSibert

    CharlesdeVielCastel

    KatelynM.Delaney

    RebeccaDesman

    Mr.andMrs.PaulDesmaraisIII

    JoshuaS.Dienstag

    Mr.andMrs.BrendanDillon

    JonathanR.Disegi

    ChristopherDoty

    Mr.andMrs.RichardduPontJr.

    LilaDupree

    Mr.andMrs.JohnF.Durocher

    AllisonM.Ecung

    EileenEnglish

    PaulineEveillard

    AntonellaFarro

    R.GordonFauxIII

    LydiaWickliffeFenet

    ColleenC.Fennerty

    PriscillaFraser

    PaigeGamble

    ChristinaGiordano

    AlexandraG.Goelet

    AlexandraGoldandAnabelleTorgman

    FaustoA.L.González-Taveras

    RochelleGores

    AdamC.Greenberger

    AlexandraG.Greene

    ElizabethGrimaldiandJonKurpis

    CherylGuliner

    ElizabethHamilton

    StephanieHewittWynne

    KarolineHinga

    RemiHokiandTheresaCondor

    CarolineK.Holden

    AlexisLeeHovey

    LaurenHubbell

    ClaireHuene

    GiuseppeIannucci

    Mr.andMrs.ChristopherJ.Irwin

    IsabelKammererandSteffiKammerer

    EdwardKatz

    MargaretG.Klarberg

    TheodorosKolovos

    TerenceR.KooykerandKatherineLeitch

    MeganE.Kultgen

    CheongKwonandHannahKwon

    LaurenLand

    LucyJaneLang

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 24

    HeidiRuthLeiser

    JaredLonghitano

    Mr.andMrs.AlejandroLongoria

    LindsayMacdonald

    AndrewMack

    AmandaMallan

    Mr.andMrs.V.MatthewMarcos

    C.C.Marsh

    MichaelMartin

    Mr.andMrs.DanielMatheson

    PatrickG.MauroII

    SloanMcClure

    JohnMcElveen

    Mr.andMrs.RichardC.Mendlowitz

    RebekahMercerandSylvainMirochnikoff

    CelinaApostoloMerrill

    Mr.andMrs.EdwardMirsepahi

    AnneMoody

    JuliaMoore

    LisaD.Morse

    PhilipR.Munger

    MonaNagib

    EduardoNatal

    HugoNathan

    AmyP.NeuandDanielSchemanNeu

    DanielOliverJr.

    SusanOliver

    AlexanderOverstrom

    ElizabethN.C.Owens

    JoannPailey

    AlbericParadisoandMaximilianoDelVento

    JohnN.Perry

    JosePincay-Delgado

    AlexandraCarolinePorter

    JoshuaW.Prueher

    PeterW.Quinn

    SusanQuintin

    DanielPeterRaglan

    JaccoReijtenbaghandMarliesVerhoeven

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelRemey

    PaulinaRiess

    EmilyS.Robin

    JenniferRolfe

    AndyRomer

    TracyRosensteel

    AdamRozencwajg

    AlexanderRupert

    ElisabethA.Saint-Amand

    AlejandroSantoDomingo

    DanielleSapse

    AustinScarlett

    GeorginaSchaeffer

    EmilySchendelandAlexDaniels

    CharlesN.W.Schlangen

    DavidScoroposki

    MoisesEsquenaziShaioandBryanGraybill

    LacarySharpe

    GregorySherman

    DebbieSilverman

    CatorSparks

    LisaJ.SpringsteelandAmySpringsteel

    BlairStuart

    CybilTaylor

    PhillipAldenThomas

    EllenTotten

    JulietTotten

    SusanVargoandMattHolliday

    Mr.andMrs.ZachVella

    PamelaWeinstockandChristianLyon

    LaurenWillig

    LauraWinters

    GeraldineWu

    OliviaWu

    NinaChristineYacavino

    AdamYarnold

    PateelA.Yenikomshian

    NayoungYuandHyungJooSon

    ElizabethZabludoff

    Non-Resident Fellows

    Mr.andMrs.ScottAsplundh

    KatrinBellinger

    Mr.andMrs.WilliamD.Bisceglia

    DeborahBrice

    Dr.RobertF.CrocheltJr.and

    Dr.DonnaSmith

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelJ.Duff

    Mr.JohnW.EichleayJr.

    Dr.andMrs.RobertNathanElkins

    Mr.andMrs.LuciusL.Fowler

    Dr.LucindaA.Harris

    HelenHecht

    SusanHendrie-Maraisand

    LaurentiusMarais

    WilliamIselin

    Mr.andMrs.TitusKendall

    Mr.andMrs.RobertE.KulpJr.

    Mr.andMrs.JeffreyE.Marshall

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelF.Perlis

    LadyMaraPraznovszky

    AdrianSassoon

    KatharineJ.Watson

    FritzT.Wegmann

    Sustaining Friends

    LawrenceB.Benenson

    AnneSearleBent

    MicheleBianco

    EmyCohencaandNevineMichaan

    JohnM.Conklin

    Dr.DavidCorey

    Mr.andMrs.RonaldCresswell

    RonDanielandLiseScott

    Mr.andMrs.RichardM.Danziger

    DianneDeWitt*

    AdrianaDilancea

    MarjorieandAlanDoniger

    DavidElenowitz

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 25

    ElizabethElyandJonathanGreenberg

    GaetanaEnders

    DavidEpstein

    MargildErcklentz

    Mr.andMrs.WilliamFrick

    Mr.andMrs.RobertL.Goecks

    AlexanderGorlin

    SusanGrantandLawrenceC.Maisel

    IreneA.Halpin

    Mr.andMrs.RichardT.HenshawIII

    Dr.ElizabethJ.Hodge

    Mr.andMrs.JohnR.Hupper

    Mr.andMrs.CarrollJanis

    AlanKanzer

    Mr.andMrs.WilliamKaufmann

    Mr.andMrs.RobertKay

    Dr.HerbertJ.Kaydenand

    Dr.GabrielleH.Reem

    SaundraKeinberger

    PatriciaD.Klingenstein

    LillianE.Kraemer

    Mr.andMrs.HowardLaks

    JohnJ.Leiser

    Mr.andMrs.RobertLewis

    Mr.andMrs.SeymourLichtenstein

    Mr.andMrs.DuncanMacMillan

    GeneR.McHamand

    ProfessorSarahBlakeMcHam

    DeborahL.Morse

    Mr.andMrs.AlexanderNelson

    RoyR.Neuberger

    AllanandLeahRabinowitz

    Mr.andMrs.NormanS.Reich

    JanineRensch

    Mr.andMrs.ThomasJ.Russo

    JudithA.Saner

    Mr.andMrs.HerbertSchinderman

    FrancesM.Schultz

    Dr.andMrs.JeromeB.Shapiro

    GeorgiaShreve

    F.RandallSmithandJudithSmith

    Mr.andMrs.GrantSmith

    Mr.andMrs.DeanR.Thacker

    MarcosTychbrojcher

    GordonVeneKlasen

    ThomasR.Warfield

    K.A.Warwick

    Supporting FriendsMr.andMrs.ArminAllen

    PageAshley

    Mr.andMrs.RodneyB.Berens

    FrancesandEdwardMcC.Blair

    AndrewBrown

    LawrenceChien

    Mr.andMrs.BertramCohn

    Dr.CharlesGiovanniVanzanCoutinho

    SharonCowles

    ElaineCryer

    GeraldineDaniel

    VincentdeRoulet

    Mr.andMrs.MichaeldeWeger

    MarshallDill

    LeeAnnDillonandAdrienneRooney

    Dr.andMrs.JohnDriscoll

    WilliamEarle

    JodyFalcoandJeffreySteinman

    Mr.andMrs.RobertL.Freedman

    Mr.andMrs.JohnGaliardo

    SusanGaum

    Mr.andMrs.MarcoGrassi

    Mr.andMrs.RichardGray

    Dr.AugustaGrossandLeslieSamuels

    JohnHartjeandCarolCamper

    GarrettKirkJr.

    Mr.andMrs.JamesLally

    JillL.Leinbach

    ElizabethLifschultz

    Mr.andMrs.KevinMead

    ThierryMillerand

    RichardandBarbaraMoore

    Mr.andMrs.H.Neville

    GreshamO’MalleyIII

    BrittonR.OslerandAraniS.Osler

    GraceM.Parr

    Mr.andMrs.JohnWhitneyPayson

    MarilouPerie

    SusanF.PinskyandMarcE.Rosen

    Mr.andMrs.StevenPrince

    Dr.AnthonyR.Riario

    SaschaM.Rockefeller

    MichaelRogan

    JenniferRogersandFrancesG.Rogers

    JeannetteS.Rohatyn

    CatherineG.Ross

    Dr.andMrs.DavidM.Rubin

    Mr.andMrs.ThomasJ.Russo

    AstridSanai

    Dr.andMrs.MichaelJ.Schmerin

    Mrs.RichardB.Smith

    WilliamA.Snedeker

    Dr.andMrs.PeterSom

    PeterSteinman

    MichaelSundell

    Mr.andMrs.JohnA.Syverson

    RobertW.Taft

    MarilynUngar

    MelissaG.VailandNormanSelby

    Mr.andMrs.JohnWalsh

    Mr.andMrs.JosephWeber

    Mr.andMrs.ArthurT.WilliamsIII

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 26

    $50,000 and above

    BNYMellon

    FiduciaryTrustCompanyInternational

    MoniqueLhuillier

    Sotheby’s

    $25,000 to $49,999HackensackUniversityMedical

    CenterFoundation

    Hauser&WirthNewYork

    IvankaTrumpFineJewelry

    MorettiFineArtLtd.

    PiperJaffray

    $10,000 to $24,999Christie’s

    DiorBeauty

    Goldman,Sachs&Co.

    TheMoody’sFoundation

    NVPerricone,MD

    RogerVivier

    $5,000 to $9,999

    AmericanExpress

    BankofAmerica

    BernsteinLitowitzBerger&

    GrossmannLLP

    Bloomberg

    CognacOne

    CreditSuisse

    FrédéricFekkai&Company

    TheH.W.WilsonFoundation

    JohnWiley&Sons

    TheNewYorkTimesCompanyFoundation

    Patterson,Belknap,Webb&Tyler

    PrivateArtDealersAssociation

    UBS

    ZiffBrothersInvestments

    $1,000 to $4,999GalerieALFA

    Chanel,Inc.

    Colgate-PalmoliveCompany

    DavidYurman

    HuntingtonT.BlockInsurance

    IridianAssetManagement

    M.Knoedler&Co.

    MichaelAltmanFineArt

    OverlandEntertainment

    TrumpVodka

    WedgwoodUSA

    WestmountRealtyCapital

    W.P.Carey&Co.

    Matching Gift Companies

    TheAchelisFoundation

    AmericanExpress

    AT&TFoundation

    BankofAmerica

    ClevelandH.DodgeFoundation

    TheCoca-ColaCompany

    DeutscheBankAmericasFoundation

    EliLillyandCompanyFoundation

    ExxonMobilFoundation

    TheGoldmanSachsFoundation

    HSBC

    IBMCorporation

    TheJMFoundation

    TheJohnA.HartfordFoundation

    Lord&Taylor

    Macy’s

    MerrillLynch&Co.Foundation

    TheNewYorkTimesCompanyFoundation

    PenguinGroup(USA)

    ThePepsiCoFoundation

    PfizerFoundation

    ThePrudentialFoundation

    Corporate Members and Sponsors

    The Frick Collection makes every effort to

    list donor names as requested. Please direct

    corrections to Helen Freeman at (212) 547-0709.* deceased

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 27

    Office of the Director

    AnneL.Poulet

    Director

    CaitlinDavis

    Assistant to the Director

    & Coordinator of the Young Fellows

    AngelaBoulart

    Administrative Assistant

    AlisonLonshein

    Assistant Secretary and General Counsel

    Administration & Finance Department

    RobertGoldsmith

    Deputy Director & Assistant Secretary

    MarthaHackley

    Executive Assistant to the Deputy Director

    MichaelPaccione

    Controller & Assistant Treasurer

    RobertAlexander

    Assistant Controller

    RosalieMacGowan

    Accounting Coordinator

    DanaWinfield

    Head of Human Resources

    DianeOatman

    Payroll & Benefits Coordinator

    LisaFoerster

    Purchasing & Supply Room Assistant

    IgorLumpert

    AlexanderStein

    ReidTaylor

    Mailroom Clerks (p.t.)

    Curatorial Department

    ColinB.Bailey

    Associate Director

    & Peter Jay Sharp Chief Curator

    DeniseAllen

    Curator

    AdrianAnderson

    Senior Galleries Technician

    MichaelBodycomb

    Photographer

    RikaBurnham

    Head of Education

    JenniferCoyne

    Assistant Museum Educator

    JuliaDay

    Assistant Objects Conservator

    JulieDiFilippo

    Assistant Editor

    DianeFarynyk

    Registrar & Exhibition Manager

    SusanGraceGalassi

    Senior Curator

    AllisonGalea

    Assistant Registrar

    JosephGodla

    Conservator

    MargaretIacono

    Assistant Curator

    ElaineKoss

    Editor in Chief

    AdrienneLei

    Education Programs Coordinator

    WilliamTrachet

    Senior Conservation Technician

    CaitlinHenningsen

    JoannaSheers(p.t.)

    NicholasWise

    Curatorial Assistants

    PabloPérezd’Ors

    CharlotteVignon

    Andrew W. Mellon Curatorial Fellows

    Department of External Affairs

    LynneRutkin

    Deputy Director for External Affairs

    ElizabethAbrahamsen

    Special Events Associate

    RosaynAnderson

    Manager of Corporate & Foundation

    Relations

    JoyceBodig

    Concerts Coordinator

    RebeccaBrooke

    Manager of Publications

    MaryEmerson

    Associate Director of Development

    HelenFreeman

    Membership Assistant

    AlisonHillier

    Administrative Assistant for Development

    The Frick Collection StaffAsofJune30,2009

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 28

    ElizabethHurlbut

    Administrative Assistant to the Deputy

    Director for External Affairs

    AlexisLight

    Media Relations & Marketing Coordinator

    HeidiRosenau

    Manager of Media Relations & Marketing

    ColleenTierney

    Head of Special Events

    Retail & Visitor Services

    KateGerlough

    Head of Retail & Visitor Services

    IsabelSilva

    Assistant to the Head of Retail & Visitor

    Services

    NancyMcGeorge

    ChristopherPeppel

    Coordinators for Retail & Visitor Services

    RujeanneBleemer

    RonnyCamacho

    JaniceDugan

    YvetteEdelhart

    CoralGroh

    KwameHernandez

    AnnJaffe

    TylerE.Lewis

    NaokoOta

    VictorE.Pellerano

    DialaQuashie

    MonicaSands

    SusanTabor

    MandakiniC.Tata

    (continued)

    AvelarditaTaveras

    SulahyTaveras

    JonathanTuzo

    Retail & Visitor Services Staff (p.t.)

    Information Technology & New Media Department

    FloydSweetingIII

    Head, Information Technology & New Media

    BrianNichols

    Manager of Information Technology

    VivianGill

    Web & New Media Manager

    JulieShean

    Database Administrator

    JulianMackler

    Digital Imaging Coordinator

    DavidLin

    Network Administrator & Help Desk

    Coordinator

    BrianWilliams

    Help Desk & Network Analyst

    SeanTroxell

    Help Desk & Audio Visual Technician

    Operations Department

    DennisSweeney

    Head of Operations

    Engineering Division

    JosephCorsello

    Chief Engineer

    ColmMcCormac

    Assistant Chief Engineer

    AlexanderBrand

    CharlesW.Bulanowski

    VladimirKeylin(p.t.)

    JohnKowalski

    BillMarji

    MikhailShusterman

    JackWu

    Engineers

    ConradLewis

    Electrician

    Maintenance Division

    CarolCannon(p.t.)

    Interior Renovator & Technician

    DonaldoGodinez

    Painter

    Housekeeping Division

    MireyaAlcain

    Supervisor of Housekeeping

    RonaldMoliere

    Assistant Housekeeping Supervisor

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 29

    MarieBrann

    AngelaEscoto

    JairoRodriguezGarcia

    KaluGaviria

    BerthieLazare

    JairoLoaiza

    HectorMena

    LouisaMoreau

    JuanPereya

    RichardPowell

    JoseSanchez

    Housekeepers

    Kitchen Division

    JosephTeresa

    Executive Chef & Kitchen Manager

    ChristopherHermann

    Sous Chef

    WendyBarco

    Cook

    TheanaBernadotte

    ConceptiaSaintil

    Kitchen Assistants

    XavierRandall(p.t.)

    Dishwasher

    Horticulture Division

    GalenLee

    Horticulturist & Special Events Designer

    ElizabethBukac

    BernadetteMorrell

    Horticultural Assistants (p.t.)

    Security Division

    DominicPhillip

    First Lieutenant for Security

    DanielCharles

    PierreJean-François

    Second Lieutenants for Security

    TamaraBrowne

    AntoineSmallwood

    Security Sergeants

    MatawakilouMaliki

    DelroySlater

    ShivekarranRayTillack

    Security Supervisors

    PeterAsare

    JohnA.Baker

    GloriaBlanc

    DwainBredwood

    DanielCampbell

    LeslyDesmangles

    ShaquandaDrumgoole

    RafaelEscoto

    BorgiaEspinal

    LeroyEvans

    MaraGjelaj

    AnaGutierrez

    MoutawakilouIbrahim

    DevaindranauthJamunaprasad

    HerveJean-Baptiste

    BillyJean-Elysee

    MarleneJoseph

    JoanelLegiste

    JosephLevasseur

    GuerlineLouisdor

    MatawakilouMaliki

    JeanMayard

    JohnMcMahon(p.t.)

    RiviereMoreau

    AnthonyNeverson

    AmeelaPadarat

    RambarakhRamkirath

    DianaSenaya-Kuwornu

    DolipShiwratan

    ManoharSinanan

    JamesSmith

    MoteelallSona

    RichardSpencer

    PearlWeekes

    Security Guards

  • Annual Report July 2008 – June 2009 30

    Public Services Department

    SuzannahMassen

    Chief, Public Services

    ElizabethLane

    Assistant Reference Librarian

    ErinElzi

    Reference Associate

    JayLemire

    Reference Clerk/Technician

    KeishaHernandez

    Receptionist

    IanTitus

    Manager of Pages

    LorenzoDeLosAngeles

    AnthonyRedding

    Senior Page/Technicians

    ErinBatson

    ArielleDorlester

    RyanMendenhall

    HirokoOhmura

    Page/Technicians (p.t.)

    Conservation Department

    DonSwanson

    Chief, Collections Preservation

    & Graphic Designer

    KelliPiotrowski

    Conservator

    MelanieMartin

    Assistant Conservator

    ValeryChen(p.t.)

    FelixEsquivel

    PinkyFung

    Conservation Assistants

    DonaldDavid

    Manager of Digital & Reprographic Services

    GeorgeKoelle

    Assistant Graphic Designer

    & Digital Specialist

    LucianoJohnson

    Digital Project Manager

    CrisSunwoo

    Digital Lab Technician

    DeanSmith

    Stack Reconfiguration Manager

    Book Department

    DeborahKempe

    Chief, Collections Management & Access

    MarkBresnan

    Head, Bibliographic Records

    RodicaTanjalaKrauss

    Head, Cataloging Projects

    ChristinaPeter

    Head, Acquisitions

    ErinElliott(p.t.)

    Assistant Cataloger

    KateAdler

    Assistant Librarian for Arcade

    JesseSadia(Auction Sale Catalogues)

    AmySchwarz(Periodicals)

    Cataloging Associates

    ScottCalhoun

    F.EricFabianich

    AnthonyJones

    Acquisitions & Cataloging Associates

    CharlesBasman

    CynthiaW.Biber(p.t.)

    Cataloging Assistants

    Frick Art Reference Library StaffAsofJune30, 2009

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    Photoarchive Department

    IngeReist

    Chief, Research Collections & Programs

    KerrySullivan

    Head, Photoarchive Records

    LouisaWoodRuby

    Head, Photoarchive Research

    EllenProkop

    Associate Photoarchivist

    JohnMcQuaid

    Assistant Photoarchivist

    JessicaMcDonald

    Photoarchive Associate

    HannaSiesel

    Photoarchive Assistant

    AnastasiaLevadas

    Digital Photoarchive Coordinator

    ValeriaKondratiev

    MargaretRose

    Photoarchive Assistants (p.t.)

    Center for the History of Collecting in America

    IngeReist