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  • The Frick Collectionmembers magazine winter 2007

    annual report july 2005 june 2006

    George Stubbs (17241806): A CelebrationFebruary 14 through May 27, 2007

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    18 The Frick Collection

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    Annual Report July 2005 June 2006 19

    leadership

    20 BoardofTrustees,CouncilofTheFrickCollection, YoungFellowsSteeringCommittee

    reports

    21 MargotBogert,President22 AnneL.Poulet,Director24 ColinB.Bailey,ChiefCurator27 PatriciaBarnett,AndrewW.MellonLibrarian

    30 NotableLibraryAcquisitions31 PublicProgramming:Lectures,Concerts,andPublications

    gifts and grants

    32 MajorContributions35 DirectorsCircle35 FoundersSociety35 FellowsandFriendsofTheFrickCollection41 CorporateMembersandSponsors41 MatchingGiftCompanies

    42 financial statements

    staff

    44 TheFrickCollection46 FrickArtReferenceLibrary

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    20 The Frick Collection

    TheFrickCollectionBoardofTrusteesAs of June 30,2006

    MargotBogert,President

    HowardPhippsJr.,Vice President

    L.F.BokerDoyle,Treasurer

    JohnP.Birkelund,Secretary

    PeterP.BlanchardIII

    W.MarkBrady

    I.TownsendBurdenIII

    WalterA.Eberstadt

    EmilyT.Frick

    AgnesGund

    MarthaLoring

    JuanSabater

    StephenA.Schwarzman

    MelvinR.Seiden

    HenryClayFrickII

    Chairman Emeritus

    HelenClayChace

    President Emerita

    WalterJosephPatrickCurley

    PaulG.PennoyerJr.

    Trustees Emeriti

    EverettFahy

    CharlesRyskamp

    SamuelSachsII

    Directors Emeriti

    CouncilofTheFrickCollectionAs of June 30,2006

    W.MarkBrady,Chairman

    JonathanBrown,Vice Chairman

    JulianAgnew

    IreneRooseveltAitken

    JeanA.Bonna

    VivienR.Clark

    PeterDuchin

    AnneGoldrach

    NicholasH.J.Hall

    JonLandau

    ThierryMillerand

    DianeAllenNixon

    RichardE.Oldenburg

    CharlesRyskamp

    AlanSalz

    StephenK.Scher

    BeatriceStern

    GeorgeWachter

    IsabelS.Wilcox

    NinaZilkha

    YoungFellowsSteeringCommitteeAs of June 30,2006

    NathalieKaplan,Chairman

    MarthaLoring,Secretary

    CharlesdeVielCastel

    AmyMazzolaFlynn

    LisaRossiGorrivan

    PhilipC.Gorrivan

    JulianIragorri

    Ana-MariaIragorri-Farcic

    RobertLindgren

    VictoriaLindgren

    VictoriaRotenstreich

    MariannaSabater

    LouiseSchliemann

    CatherineShepard

    AndrewThomas

    GenevieveWheelerBrown

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    Annual Report July 2005 June 2006 21

    Report of the PresidentMargotBogert

    I twasmygreathonorthisyeartosucceedmyfriendHelenClayChaceaspresidentof The Frick Collection. In my tribute to

    her in last winters Members Magazine, I

    detailedsomeofthemanyaccomplishments

    ofhertenurefromApril2000 toDecember

    2005.Inshort,shehashandedmethereins

    of an institution that is financially healthy,

    whosecollectionsarelovinglydisplayedand

    caredfor,whoseexhibitionsarevibrant,and

    whoseLibraryplaysan importantpart ina

    large and diverse international community.

    Above all, she set an example of grace and

    refinementthatisareflectionoftheinstitu-

    tionitself.WearefortunatethatHelenClay

    willcontinuetobeinvolvedwiththeFrickas

    PresidentEmerita.

    During the past twelve months, I was

    pleased to welcome two new members to

    the board: Martha LoringHelen Clays

    daughter, who will help carry on the fam-

    ily tradition of support for the Collection

    andLibraryandAgnesGund,whobrings

    a lifetimes passion for the visual arts to

    the Frick.While both have a deep personal

    understandingofthequalitiesthatmakethe

    Frickspecial,eachbringsafreshperspective

    totheinstitutionthatwillhelpcarryusfor-

    wardaswelooktothefuture.

    Having just two years ago made the

    transition from private foundation to pub-

    lic charity, a status that requires us to raise

    a substantial portion of our annual bud-

    get from donations, membership fees, and

    other income beyond our endowment, the

    Fricknowconfrontssteeplyincreasedneeds

    for fundraising, an art in which our sister

    institutions in New York have had decades

    of experience. The overwhelming response

    to our efforts to secure public support has

    beenaneloquentexpressionoftheextentto

    whichourfriendsholdtheFrickdear.

    So it is that this past year has been

    financiallyoneofthestrongestintheFricks

    history, with overall growth in contribu-

    tionsamountingto26percent.TheAutumn

    DinnerinOctober2005providedanauspi-

    cious start to the season: proceeds for the

    eventpronouncedthemostelegantparty

    oftheyearbyThe New York Timestotaled

    more than $750,000, almost double that of

    thepreviousyear.Indeed,netproceedsfrom

    allofourevents(includingfundsgenerated

    bytheYoungFellowsBallinMarchandthe

    InternationalFineArtFairinMay)increased

    by52.9percent.

    While social events bring visibility to

    the institution, I confess that it is the

    more quiet philanthropy that I find the

    mostheartening.Unrestrictedcontributions

    fromindividualsgrewfromabout$770,000

    to $1,025,000, an increase of 33 percent,

    owing in large part to the success of the

    DirectorsCircle,agroupofourmostsup-

    portive friends, informed and discerning

    advocatesofTheFrickCollectionwhoare

    dedicated to maintaining the high stan-

    dards of the institution. Funding for exhi-

    bitions,thejewelintheFrickscrown,grew

    morethanfivefold, from$218,000 tosome

    $1,219,000, providing support for the bril-

    liantly received Memling, Goya, Liotard,

    andVeroneseshows.

    Asmyinauguralyearaspresidentcomes

    to a close, I would like to offer my sincere

    thanks to my colleagues on the Board of

    Trustees,whohavewelcomedmewarmly;to

    AnnePouletandthededicatedprofessionals

    who work at the Frick and give it their all;

    to the members of the Frick Council and

    theYoungFellowsSteeringCommittee,who

    provide expertise and lend their time; and,

    especially, to those of you listed in the fol-

    lowingpages,whohavesupportedtheFrick

    during the past twelve months. You are all

    partof theextendedFrick family,andyour

    generositymakes itpossible for the institu-

    tiontocontinuetoembodythequalitiesthat

    make it a treasure for NewYorkers and for

    visitorsfromallovertheworld.

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    22 The Frick Collection

    Report of the DirectorAnneL.Poulet

    T hosewhohavehadthepleasureofvis-itingTheFrickCollectioninthepasttwelve monthsor who have read about it

    in the newspapers and journals that report

    onartknowthatithasbeenaveryspecial

    yearinthelifeoftheinstitution.Inthepages

    that follow, you will read about the many

    exhibitions,educationalprograms,scholarly

    activities, and events that took place at the

    Frickduringthisperiod.

    Our fall 2005 exhibition of twenty of

    the surviving portrait paintings by the

    Netherlandish Renaissance painter Hans

    Memlinga large number of which had

    never before been seen on this side of the

    Atlanticopenedtobothpopularandcriti-

    calacclaim.Followingtheshowwasamid-

    winter exhibition of works by Francisco de

    Goya, an unflinching look at his brilliant

    and innovative oeuvre as he grappled with

    old age, poor health, exile, and family con-

    flict; it was the first in the United States to

    concentrate exclusively on the final phase

    of the artists career. In late June, the Frick

    openedanexhibition featuring theworkof

    Jean-tienneLiotard,aneighteenth-century

    Swisspainterrenownedforhisportraitsand

    pastels, until then little known and rarely

    seeninAmerica.

    These and other special exhibitions, all

    inspiredbyworksinourpermanentcollec-

    tion,demonstratethattheFrickisnotsimply

    arepositoryofobjectsbutalivingmuseum

    that continues to stimulate scholarship, to

    illuminateourknowledgeofarthistory,and

    to enliven our experiences. For those who

    wonder about the future of an institution

    thatfocusesontheartofthepast,weanswer:

    artshowsuswherewehavecomefrom,who

    weare,andhowwefeelaboutourselvesand

    theworldaroundus.

    This year, three important acquisitions

    were made by gift and by purchase. The

    Quentin Foundation gave the Frick Piet

    with Two Mourning Putti, asuperbterracotta

    by the Florentine sculptor Massimiliano

    Soldani-Benzi, and Eugene V. Thaw made

    a promised gift of a magnificent marble

    portrait bust, Madame His, by the great

    eighteenth-century French sculptor Jean-

    AntoineHoudon,anartistwhoseworkwas

    admired by both Henry Clay Frick and his

    daughter Helen Clay Frick. In March, with

    fundsfromtheWinthropEdeyBequest,the

    Frick purchased The Dance of Time: Three

    Nymphs Supporting a Clock by Lepaute. This

    masterpiece of terracotta was created in

    1788 by the celebrated sculptor Clodion,

    with the attached mounted clock designed

    by Jean-Andr Lepaute. The Dance of Time

    was cleaned in preparation for its debut in

    thegalleries,andtheLepauteclockisnowin

    runningorderfollowingconservation.These

    extraordinary objects enrich the visitors

    experience while blending seamlessly with

    ourexistingcollection.

    Along with a full calendar of exhibi-

    tions, lectures, concerts, and other events,

    theFrickbeganaEuropean travelprogram

    toprovidegreatercontexttothepermanent

    collectionandexhibitions.InearlyOctober,

    guestsjoinedusonatrip,co-organizedwith

    the French Heritage Society, to the Loire

    Valley, where we visited the private and

    public Renaissance residences and gardens

    of Charles VIII, Louis XII, Franois I, and

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    Annual Report July 2005 June 2006 23

    their contemporaries. A month later, Frick

    curator Susan Grace Galassi and I accom-

    panied a group of patrons to Madrid and

    Bordeaux to visit sites where Goya lived

    andworkedattheendofhiscareer.Bothof

    theseexcursionsprovidedtravelerswiththe

    opportunity to visit notable private collec-

    tionsandhomesandtomeetwithimportant

    curators,collectors,andhistorians.

    Iamespeciallyproudof thecreationof

    the Center for the History of Collecting in

    America, launched with a planning grant

    fromtheGladysKriebleDelmasFoundation.

    Building on the strengths of the Frick Art

    Reference Library and working coopera-

    tivelywith institutions suchas the Institute

    of Fine Arts of New York University, the

    GettyResearchInstituteinLosAngeles,and

    theClarkArtInstituteinWilliamstown,the

    CenterwillhouseinformationonAmerican

    collectorsandcollectingand, throughsym-

    posia and workshops, will foster public

    awareness of the importance of art collec-

    tionsassignposts inAmericanculturaland

    social history. This is an area of study that

    has been neglected in the United States,

    andtheCenterwillprovideamuch-needed

    forumforsuchdiscourse.

    AstestimonytotheFricksincreasingvis-

    ibilityandtheextraordinarycriticalresponse

    to its exhibitionsandprograms,attendance

    increased to 307,081 from 240,986 for the

    previoustwelve-monthperiod.Membership

    grewfromabout3,200in2005tomorethan

    4,300 by the end of the first half of 2006.

    These are signs of an appreciative publics

    enthusiasmforourofferingsandadesireto

    beinvolvedwiththeinstitution,atrendthat

    wefullyexpecttocontinue.

    In one of the many glowing articles to

    appearinthepressthisyear,onewriterasked,

    WhatcantheFrickdoforanencore?Ican

    promiseyou thatwewill continue to strive

    to enhance the institution and the visitors

    experience,whileat the same timepreserv-

    ingthemuseumsessentialnature.Through

    exhibitions and programs, we endeavor to

    representthehigheststandardsofexcellence

    in connoisseurship, scholarship, and intel-

    lectualdiscourse.

    Itisnotanoverstatementtosaythatthe

    accomplishments outlined in this annual

    report are a celebration of many: Margot

    Bogert and the dedicated members of our

    Board of Trustees, our extraordinary staff,

    ourloyalvolunteers,andourmanygenerous

    supporters. I am very grateful indeed to all

    of youwhohavemade theseactivitiespos-

    sible,andIlookforwardtoyourcontinuing

    involvementinthedaysahead.

    left to right:Massimiliano Soldani-Benzi(16561740),Piet with Two Mourning Putti, probably1715,terracottaonoriginalebonybase,TheFrickCollection,giftofTheQuentinFoundation;photographsonthesetwopagesbyMichaelBodycomb

    Jean-Antoine Houdon(17411828),detailofMadame His, 1775,marble,TheFrickCollection,promisedgiftofMr.andMrs.EugeneVictorThaw

    Claude Michel (17381814),knownasClodion,detailofThe Dance of Time: Three Nymphs Supporting a Clock by Lepaute,1788,terracotta,brass,giltbrass,silveredbrass,steel,andglass,TheFrickCollection,purchasedwithfundsfromtheWinthropEdeyBequest

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    24 The Frick Collection

    Report of the Chief CuratorColinB.Bailey

    T he past year has been an excitingandchallengingoneforthecuratorialdepartment, distinguished by exceptional

    acquisitions and a broad array of exhibi-

    tions,ofteninspiredbyseminalworksinthe

    permanentcollection.

    In addition to the three acquisitions

    previously mentioned in the Report of the

    Director, the Frick was fortunate to receive

    aplasterstatuetteofJean-AntoineHoudons

    Diana, generously donated by Frederick

    Koch.Thiswork isoneofonly twoknown

    surviving reductions produced by Houdon

    duringhislifetime;followingitsdonation,a

    complexconservationtreatmentwasunder-

    takentoremovemultiplelayersofover-paint

    fromtheobject.Twoenamels,Christ in the

    Garden of Gethsemane and The Mocking

    of Christ, both created in the mid- to late

    sixteenthcenturybytheworkshopofPierre

    Reymond,weregivenbyDr.andMrs.Henry

    ClayFrickIIandaresignificantadditionsto

    ourcollection.

    Wealsocontinuetobenefitfromtheloan

    ofoutstandingobjectsthatenhancetheper-

    manentcollection.Onview in theEnamels

    RoomsinceJuly2004 is thepanel fromthe

    Phillips Family Collection, Christ on the

    Cross between the Virgin and Saint John,

    painted circa 1340 by Simone Martini and

    his assistants. Houdons superb high-relief

    marbleLa Grive Morte of 1782hasbeenon

    extended loan from the Horvitz Collection

    sinceAugustof2004.

    From October 12 through December 31,

    2005,visitorstotheFrickcouldviewMemlings

    Portraits, which was co-organized with the

    MuseoThyssen-Bornemisza,Madrid,andthe

    Groeningemuseum,Bruges.The selectionof

    morethantwentyportraitsbythecelebrated

    NetherlandishartistHansMemling(c.1435

    1494)exploredthefunctionofportraiturein

    theNetherlandsduringthefifteenthcentury.

    It was accompanied by a catalogue pub-

    lished inseveral languagesbyLudion.Inhis

    review in The New York Times (October 14,

    2005),HollandCotterdeclaredthatMemlings

    Portraitswillfigureonshortlistsoftheyears

    outstanding small exhibitions, and not only

    for the rarity of its contents. The show is

    some kind of ideal experience. In order to

    accommodate the publics great interest in

    this exhibition, gallery hours were extended

    to8:00onFridayevenings.

    We followed the success of Memlings

    Portraits with Goyas Last Works, on view

    from February 22 through May 14, 2006.

    Goyas portrait of Mara Martnez de Puga,

    acquiredbyHenryClayFrickin1914,wasthe

    inspirationforthisexhibition,whichconcen-

    tratedexclusivelyonthefinalphaseofGoyas

    long careerthe years of the artists volun-

    taryexileinBordeauxfrom1824to1828.Co-

    organizedbytheFricksCuratorSusanGrace

    Galassi and Jonathan Brown of New York

    UniversitysInstituteofFineArts, theexhibi-

    tion featured fifty-one examples of Goyas

    finalproduction.Borrowedfrompublicand

    private European and North American col-

    lections, the works on view included draw-

    ings, paintings, miniatures on ivory, and

    lithographs. Goyas Last Works was enthusi-

    asticallyreviewedbyMichaelKimmelmanof

    The New York Times, whonoted,Thecom-

    pact Frick show is sublime.... I cant recall

    too many exhibitions on this scale more

    revelatory. A study day was held in early

    May, during which a group of forty cura-

    tors, conservators, and academics discussed

    current research on the artist and explored

    issues raised by the exhibition. A catalogue

    publishedinassociationwithYaleUniversity

    Pressaccompaniedtheexhibition.

    Two exceptional paintings by Paolo

    Veronese (15281588), The Choice between

    Virtue and Vice and Wisdom and Strength,

    purchasedbyHenryClayFrickin1912,were

    thecenterpiecesfortheexhibitionVeroneses

    Allegories: Virtue, Love, and Exploration in

    Renaissance Venice (on view in the Oval

    RoomfromApril 11 throughJuly 16,2006).

    The show featured several large and some-

    what ambiguous allegories painted by the

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    Annual Report July 2005 June 2006 25

    Renaissance artist, who enjoyed a career

    distinguishedbycommissionsfromthemost

    prestigiousinstitutionsinVenice,bothsecu-

    larandecclesiastic.JoiningtheFrickmaster-

    workswereVenus and Mars United by Love,

    fromTheMetropolitanMuseumofArt,and

    two Allegories of Navigation, from the Los

    AngelesCountyMuseumofArt.Acatalogue

    accompanyingtheexhibitiontracedthehis-

    toryofthepaintings,thedifferentinterpre-

    tationsoftheiriconography,andtheirplace

    within the artists oeuvre. A study day, at

    which sixVeronese scholars presented their

    currentresearch,wasattendedbysomesixty

    academics,curators,conservators,collectors,

    anddealers.

    Jean-tienne Liotard (17021789): Swiss

    Master, which opened on June 13 and

    remained on view through September 17,

    concludedthe2006summerseason.Liotards

    superb Trompe lOeil, painted in 1771 and

    given to the Collection in 1997 by Lore

    Heinemanninmemoryofherhusband,Dr.

    RudolphJ.Heinemann,servedastheinspi-

    rationfortheexhibition.Theshowincluded

    more than fifty paintings, drawings, minia-

    tures,andengravings,largelyborrowedfrom

    theoutstandingrepositoryofLiotardswork

    intheMusesdartetdhistoiredeGenve,

    and was accompanied by a catalogue pub-

    lishedbySomogy.

    In order to deepen the publics under-

    standingandenjoymentofthearts,wecon-

    tinue to present a diverse series of lectures.

    As part of our Artists, Poets, and Writers

    Lecture Series,authorColmTibndiscussed

    HenryJamessNewYork,whichprovedto

    be anintriguingexaminationofHenryClay

    Fricks milieu as well. We were delighted

    to have artist Elizabeth Murray share her

    thoughts about her favorite Frick works in

    the lecture,Beauty in the Details.Also of

    greatinterestwasProfessorJosephKoerners

    April2006CouncilLecture,DrersHands,

    inwhichheexploredthesketches theartist

    madeasameansofpersonalexpression.

    Ourpublicprogramsexpandedwiththe

    introduction of educational trips. October

    1 through8,2005,AssociateCuratorDenise

    Allen and Director Anne Poulet joined a

    distinguished group of Frick supporters on

    a trip to the Loire Valley, which was co-

    organizedwiththeFrenchHeritageSociety.

    November8through15,CuratorSusanGrace

    GalassiledatourwithDirectorAnnePoulet

    asapreludetotheGoyas Last Worksexhibi-

    tion. The group visited public and private

    collections and churches in Madrid to see

    worksbyGoya, thenexplored thebeautiful

    cityofBordeaux,where theartist spenthis

    last four years as a member of the Spanish

    expatriatecommunity.

    Our education department continues

    its public mission with the school pro-

    gram,whichserves morethantwothousand

    students from sixty-nine classes in nearly

    left to right:Workshop of Pierre Reymond (c.1513after 1584),Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane, enameloncopper,mid-tolatesixteenthcentury,TheFrickCollection,giftofDr.andMrs.HenryClayFrickII;photographbyMichaelBodycomb

    Hans Memling (c.14351494),detailofPortrait of a Man with a Coin of the Emperor Nero (Bernardo Bembo?),c.147374,oilonpanel,KoninklijkMuseumvoorSchoneKunsten,Antwerp

    Francisco de Goya y Lucientes(17461828),Man on a Swing, 182428,blackcrayononpaper,TheHispanicSocietyofAmerica,NewYork;photographbyRobertoSandoval

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    26 The Frick Collection

    thirtymiddleandhighschoolsfromthefive

    boroughs. Education staff led sessions for

    more than fifty teachers at the Collection

    throughout the 20056 school year, with

    special programs conducted for teachers at

    the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American

    Historyandforartdepartmentchairsfrom

    independentschools inNewYorkCity.The

    ArtofObservationcollaborationwithNew

    York medical schools is in its sixth year,

    andthenumberofpartnermedicalschools

    has increased to include Mount Sinai, New

    York University, Albert Einstein, and Weill-

    Cornell.InJuly2005,theprogram expanded

    toserveofficersoftheNewYorkCityPolice

    Department,apartnershipthatwasprofiled

    onthefrontpageofThe Wall Street Journal.

    Wecontinuedtooffermuseumvisitorsgal-

    lery talks on alternate Friday afternoons,

    morethanhalfofwhichweresign-language

    interpreted, thanks to generous funding by

    theCowlesCharitableTrust.

    Thecareofcollectionobjects remainsa

    principalconcernforthecuratorialstaff.The

    Frick Collection maintains a close working

    relationshipwiththepaintingsconservation

    department at The Metropolitan Museum

    ofArt,whichtreatedseveralworksfromthe

    permanent collection: Veroneses Wisdom

    and StrengthandThe Choice between Virtue

    and Vice were cleaned in preparation for

    the exhibition; Hans Holbeins portrait of

    Thomas Cromwell was treated for a hazy

    surfacecondition;andDegassRehearsal had

    a glossy varnish layerinappropriate for a

    workbythisartistremoved.

    Alsochargedwiththecareofthebuild-

    ingitself,thedepartmentsconservationstaff

    oversaw the second phase of the window

    restoration project, which was completed

    duringthesummerandresultedinrestored

    sashframesandtheinstallationofinsulated

    glasstoallofthewest-facingwindowsonthe

    secondfloor.

    Over the course of the past twelve

    months,webidfarewelltotwoofourvalued

    colleagues and welcomed new ones. July

    2005 saw thedepartureofBarbaraRoberts,

    whocametotheFrickin2000asconserva-

    tor and has now returned to independent

    consulting. In August, we welcomed her

    successor,JosephGodla.AndrewW.Mellon

    Curatorial Fellow Holly Flora finished her

    two-yeartermwithus,becomingthecurator

    attheMuseumofBiblicalArtinNewYork,

    andKristelSmentekjoinedusasourfourth

    Mellon Fellow. These talented individuals

    have proven themselves to be tremendous

    additionstoourstaff.Iamhonoredtolead

    thisdynamicdepartmentand look forward

    toanequallyremarkableyearahead.

    this page, left to right:Jean-tienne Liotard(17021789),The Archduchess Marie-Antoinette of Austria,1762,blackchalk,graphitepencil,watercolor,andpastelonwhitelaidpaperheightenedwithcolorontheverso,Musedartetdhistoire,Geneva;photographbyBettinaJacot-Descombes

    Paolo Veronese(15281588),The Choice between Virtue and Vice,c.1565,oiloncanvas,TheFrickCollection;photographbyMichaelBodycomb

    opposite page:WithfundingsupportfromRobertH.andClariceSmith,theLibrarystrengtheneditsholdingsofbooksonEuropeansculptureanddecorativearts,withpurchasessuchasthisdictionaryofeighteenth-centuryFrenchcabinetmakersbyPierreKjellberg,publishedin2002.

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    Annual Report July 2005 June 2006 27

    Report of the Andrew W. Mellon LibrarianPatriciaBarnett

    T hisyearsawthreefirstsintheeighty-five-year history of the Frick ArtReferenceLibrary, eachofwhichdeveloped

    aspectsof theLibrarysoriginalmandateto

    foster research on Western art, collaborate

    with similar institutions, and complement

    thestudyofartinTheFrickCollection.

    Encouragedbytheenthusiasticendorse-

    ment of participants at the 2005 collo-

    quium on establishing the Center for the

    HistoryofCollectinginAmerica,theLibrary

    sought and received a planning grant from

    the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation to

    define the organization of the Center, to be

    located at the Frick Art Reference Library.

    DeCourcy E. McIntosh was named consul-

    tantinFebruaryand,overaperiodofseveral

    months,numerousexpertsandpotentialcol-

    laboratorswereinterviewedtohelparticulate

    the Centers agenda, which will be executed

    asfundingbecomesavailable.Theprograms

    willincludefellowships,seminars,symposia,

    and research tools, in particular, an online

    directory of archives of collectors and deal-

    ers. These initiatives build on the Librarys

    successful research program, instituted nine

    years ago by Inge Reist, director-designate

    oftheCenter,withgraduateschoolorienta-

    tions and workshops, Library exhibitions,

    andpaneldiscussions.ThisyearsDialogues

    onArt, a benefit event for the Library held

    in May and co-sponsored with Knoedler &

    Company,focusedonthegoalsoftheCenter.

    Thepaneldiscussion,HouseMuseums:The

    IntersectionofPublicandPrivateCollecting,

    wasmoderatedbyJosephRishel,seniorcura-

    tor of European painting and sculpture at

    the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and was

    complementedbyaLibraryexhibition,Home

    Is Where the Art Is: House Museums.

    Another first for the Library was the

    establishmentoftheNewYorkArtResources

    Consortium (nyarc), a partnership of the

    FrickArtReferenceLibraryandthelibraries

    of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The

    Museum of ModernArt, and the Brooklyn

    Museum. With support from the Andrew

    W. Mellon Foundation, an extensive plan

    of action was outlined for the four librar-

    ies thatmakeupthecoreofwhatpromises

    to become a larger collaboration. The plan

    laid the foundation for ambitious yet cost-

    efficientprogramsandservicesthatminimize

    duplication of effort, offset the increasing

    subscription rates for electronic resources,

    and, through swift document and digital

    delivery, improveaccesstosharedresources

    forourcollectiveconstituencies.Thegroups

    first joint effort began this summer with

    jstor (the digital archive of scholarly jour-

    nals) and a Mellon-funded feasibility study

    on the digitizing and delivery of rare and

    uniquematerialsheldintheselibraries.

    Forthefirsttime,theLibraryhasexpand-

    ed its collecting scope to include materials

    ondecorativeartsrelevanttoobjectsinThe

    Frick Collection. Deborah Kempe, chief of

    collectionsmanagementandaccess,oversaw

    thedevelopmentofacorebibliographythat

    providedatoolforthesystematicsupportof

    scholarlyresearchinthisfieldandidentified

    important lacunae in the Librarys holdings

    of decorative arts. For this undertaking, the

    Librarywasfortunatetoreceivefundingfrom

    RobertH.andClariceSmithforthepurchase

    ofbooksonEuropeansculptureanddecora-

    tiveartsoverthenextfiveyears.Everyeffort

    willbemadetoavoidduplicationofholdings

    withlocalinstitutionsandtofacilitateaccess

    throughinterlibrarysharing.

    The past twelve months saw significant

    additions to holdings in catalogues, mono-

    graphs,photographs,andelectronicresources.

    By far, the most important purchase was

    the cache of eighteenth- to early-twentieth-

    century auction catalogues acquired in July

    in Paris at the liquidation sale of the Heim

    Gallerys library. This purchase was made

    possible, in part, through the generosity of

    Melvin R. Seiden. For acquisitions of titles

    incategoriestheLibraryhashistoricallycol-

    lected, new book funds honoring former

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    28 The Frick Collection

    TrusteeWalterCurleyandCouncilmember

    Deirdre C. Stam were established, while the

    HomelandFoundationspledgeof$200,000

    overthenextfouryearswillincreasethebook

    funds principal significantly. The Samuel

    Sachs II fund was increased by $25,000,

    thanks toagenerousgift fromtheMalcolm

    HewittWienerFoundation.

    TheTrusteesLibraryCommittee, ledby

    MelvinR.Seiden,dedicatedoneofitssemi-

    annualmeetingstoasingleissue:spaceplan-

    ning.Thiswasinrecognitionofthefactthat,

    evenwiththestoragegainedthroughdigital

    conversions,theLibrarywillrunoutofspace

    bytheyear2010.Thecommitteeconcluded

    thatarchitecturalexpansionwillbeaneces-

    sity in order to address the evolving needs

    andexpectationsofresearchers.

    By theendof this reportingperiod, the

    Reading Room attendance figures marked

    a 9 percent increase over those of the pre-

    vious twelve months, along with a corre-

    sponding increase in E-mail queries, book

    and Photoarchive requests, and the use of

    electronic resources. With the implementa-

    tionofanautomatedcirculationsystem,all

    books reserved or checked out to staff are

    moreeffectivelycontrolled,withtheirstatus

    displayedinfresco.Newregistrationcards

    forreadersarenowbar-coded.

    The preservation of and access to the

    Librarys vast research collections and

    archivescontinuetobeapriority.Thisyear,

    digitization of nearly a third of the sixty

    thousandnegatives fromtheLibraryspho-

    tography campaigns of the 1920s through

    the1950swascompleted, thanksto funding

    provided by the Carl and Lily Pforzheimer

    Foundation, the New York Times Founda-

    tion, and a Mellon-funded ARTstor col-

    laboration.Inaddition,theconservationand

    digitallabswerecontinuouslyoccupiedwith

    the increased demand for materials held in

    both the institutional and The Helen Clay

    FrickFoundationarchives.Nearlytwohun-

    dred historic blueprints were inventoried,

    treated,anddigitallypreservedsotheycould

    bemoreeasilyexamined.

    Not surprisingly, the archives and con-

    servationdepartmentsworkhandinhandto

    availresearchersofprimarydocumentsandto

    provideimagesforforthcomingpublications,

    includingColinB.BaileysBuilding The Frick

    Collection and the biographies of Andrew

    Carnegie by David Nasaw and of Andrew

    W.MellonbyDavidCannadine. Imagesalso

    wereprovidedforthePBSdocumentaryGreat

    Museums and the National Gallery of Arts

    centennial film on Paul Mellon. In addition,

    twenty items were loaned to the Pittsburgh

    exhibition Possessions, Personalities and the

    Pursuit of Refinement: A Fresh Look at the

    Collections of the Frick Art & Historical Center,

    and the rare, autographed copy of Artists in

    Exile (PierreMatisseGallery,1943)wasloaned

    to theSurrealism USA exhibitionheldat the

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    Annual Report July 2005 June 2006 29

    National Academy Museum in New York.

    Chief Archivist Sally Brazil interviewed and

    recordedDr.WilliamTurnerLevys recollec-

    tions of his close friend Frederick Mortimer

    Clapp, thefirstdirectorofTheFrickCollec-

    tion,fortheoralhistoryprogram.

    Rarely do library conservation depart-

    ments take on the challenge of the design

    and production of exhibitions and bro-

    chures, yet this has become an exciting

    newelementofthatdepartmentsactivities.

    Duringtheyear,DonSwansonandhisstaff

    designed and installed the House Museums

    exhibit in the Library vestibules and also

    produced the handsome itinerary booklets

    for the October trip to the LoireValley co-

    organizedwith theFrenchHeritageSociety

    andforthedirectorsGoya Promenadestudy

    triptoMadridandBordeauxinNovember.

    I cannot overstate the ongoing impor-

    tanceoftheinformationsystemsdepartment

    totheinstitutionasawhole.Underthelead-

    ership of Floyd Sweeting, this department

    provides state-of-the-art support and ser-

    vices forcommunicationsandfor informa-

    tion and image management, including the

    designandproductionof theFrickshighly

    praisedwebsite.Thewebsitewasredesigned

    thisyear tomakeanaward-winningvirtual

    destination even more appealing and ser-

    viceable for online membership, shopping,

    and concert ticketing. In addition, all the

    Collections works of art are now acces-

    sible online and include detailed zoomable

    images, location updates, and links to the

    Virtual Tour. As a result of these improve-

    ments,visits to thewebsitehavemore than

    doubledinthelastyear.

    Consultation with colleagues engaged

    in comparable projects both in the United

    States and Europe is ongoing and ensures

    compatibility among like-minded institu-

    tions. To this end, Inge Reists election in

    October 2005 to the chairmanship of the

    Association of Research Institutes in Art

    History not only raises the Fricks profile

    butalsoelicitsusefulinformationaboutthe

    potentialforfuturecollaborations.

    As I observe the ever-increasing num-

    ber of researchers crossing the Librarys

    threshold each year, I marvel at the variety

    of professional interests represented as well

    as the diverse ways in which our materials

    areused.Thesevisitorsbetheyacademics,

    journalists, collectors, art dealers, curators,

    connoisseurs, or curious amateursrarely

    fail to acknowledge the uniqueness of our

    resourcesandthe invaluableassistancethey

    receive from the Librarys exceptional staff,

    working with the public both directly and

    behind the scenes. I consider myself fortu-

    natetobesurroundedbysuchtalent.

    left to right:InJuly2005,theLibrarypurchased116rareauctioncataloguespreviouslyownedbytheHeimGallery,Paris.ThiscatalogueisfromabenefitsaleheldMay23,1945,tosupportFrenchprisonersofwar.

    Sincelastyear,theLibrarysconservationlabhasdigitizedthousandsofvintagephotographsfromtheHelenClayFrickFoundationArchives,includingthisone,whichshowsayoungHelenClayFrickwithJamesElmore,theFrickfamilyscoachman,andhergoverness,MarikaOgiz.ThephotographwastakenatClayton,theFrickhomeinPittsburgh,c.1895.

    Frontispieceandtitlepageofthecatalogueforthe1923auctionofthelibraryofRobertdeMontesquiou,purchasedinhonorofCuratorEmeritusEdgarMunhall.MontesquiouisthesitterintheFricks189192portraitbyJamesMcNeillWhistler,Arrangement in Black and Gold: Comte Robert de Montesquiou-Fezensac.

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    30 The Frick Collection

    Gifts and Exchanges

    DarioA.Covi,Andrea del Verrocchio, Life and

    Work,Florence,2005;giftoftheauthor

    Brigitte Langer, Die franzsischen Mbel des

    18. Jahrhunderts,MunichandNewYork,1995;

    gift of the Library of The Bard Graduate

    Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts,

    Design,andCulture

    Joachim Pissarro and Claire Durand-Ruel

    Snollaerts, Pissarro: Critical Catalogue of

    Paintings,3vols.,Milan,Paris,andNewYork,

    2005;giftofWildenstein&Co.,throughEliot

    Rowlands

    VereinderMuseumsfreundeinWien,Katalog

    der Prinz Eugen Ausstellung,Vienna,1933;gift

    ofBlumkaGallery,NewYork

    28 exhibition catalogues; by exchange from

    theSzpmuvszetiMzeum,Budapest

    93Europeanauctioncatalogues(1895to1985);

    giftoftheLibraryofTheRoyalMuseumsof

    FineArtsinBelgium

    103photographsofpaintingsanddrawingsby

    Jean-BaptisteGreuze;giftofEdgarMunhall

    239photographsrelatingtotheGreat Age of

    Fresco exhibition (1968, The Metropolitan

    Museum of Art); gift of The Metropolitan

    MuseumofArt,throughKeithChristiansen

    477photographsfromtheestateofarthisto-

    rianDonaldPosner;giftoftheestate,through

    WilliamBarchamandCatherinePugliesi

    Purchases

    DeniseBazetoux,Maximilien Luce: Catalogue

    raisonn de loeuvre peint,vol.3,Paris,2005;

    purchased through the generous support of

    TheFlorenceGouldFoundation

    EmmanuelBnzit,Dictionary of Artists,first

    English-language ed., 14 vols., Paris, 2006;

    purchased through the generous support of

    TheFlorenceGouldFoundation

    Denis Diderot, Encyclopdie ou Dictionnaire

    raisonn des sciences, des arts et des mtiers,

    facsimile of the first edition of 175180, 35

    vols.,Stuttgart,1966

    John Flaxman, The Illustrations for Dantes

    Divine Comedy, ed. by Francesca Salvadori,

    London,2005;purchasedinhonorofCharles

    Ryskamp

    Lloyd Goodrich and Abigail Booth Gerdts,

    Record of Works by Winslow Homer, vols. 1

    and 2, NewYork, 2005; purchased in honor

    ofEdgarMunhall

    JosepdeC.Laplana, La Pintura de Santiago

    Rusiol: Obra completa, 3 vols., Barcelona,

    2004;purchasedinhonorofNathalieKaplan

    andMarthaLoringfortheirleadershipofthe

    YoungFellows;giftofMelvinR.Seiden

    PierreJeanMariette,Catalogues de la collection

    destampes de Jean V, roi de Portugal (Fundao

    Calouste Gulbenkian),3vols.,ParisandLisbon,

    2003;purchasedinhonorofPaulG.Pennoyer

    Jr.,chairmanoftheLibraryCommittee,1984

    2001;giftofMelvinR.Seiden

    A.P.F.Robert-Dumesnil,Le Peintre-Graveur

    franais, ou Catalogue raisonn des estam-

    pes graves par les peintres et les dssina-

    teurs de lcole franaise: Ouvrage faisant

    suite au Peintre-Graveur de M. Bartsch, 11

    vols., Paris, 183571; purchased through the

    generous support of The Florence Gould

    Foundation

    Pierre Sanchez, Dictionnaire des cramistes,

    peintres sur porcelaine, verre et mail, verriers

    et mailleurs . . . 17001920,3vols.,Dijon,2005;

    purchased through thegenerosityofRobert

    H.andClariceSmith

    Catalogue dune riche collection de tableaux

    de lcole espagnole et des coles dItalie et

    de Flandre (Condesa de Quinto Collection),

    Paris,1862

    Vincent van Gogh: Erste grosse Ausstellung

    seiner Zeichnungen und Aquarelle, Dezember

    1927, Berlin, 1927; purchased in honor of

    SamuelSachsII

    9 catalogues from the Vienna, Berlin, and

    MunichSecessionexhibitions,190833

    19 auction catalogues featuring decorative

    arts;purchasedthroughthegenerosityofthe

    J.andH.WeldonFoundation

    116 rare auction catalogues, mostly French,

    formerlyownedbytheHeimGallery,Paris

    135photographsofworksinaScottishprivate

    collectionpurchasedaspartofthesubscrip-

    tiontotheScottishNationalPortraitGallery

    PhotographicSurvey

    Notable Library Acquisitions

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    Annual Report July 2005 June 2006 31

    Lectures

    October14,2005

    Memling and the Art of Portraiture

    Till-HolgerBorchert,Groeningemuseum,

    Bruges

    October26,2005

    Memlings Influence on Italian Portraiture

    from Leonardo to Raphael

    BarbaraG.Lane,QueensCollegeandThe

    GraduateCenteroftheCityUniversityof

    NewYork

    November16,2005

    Face to Face with Memlings Portraits

    MaryanW.Ainsworth,TheMetropolitan

    MuseumofArt,NewYork

    November30,2005

    Henry Jamess New York

    ColmTibn,author

    This lecture, part of the Artists, Poets, and

    Writers Lecture Series, was made possible

    through the generous support of the Drue

    Heinz Trust.

    December7,2005

    Memlings Italian Patrons

    PaulaNuttall,VictoriaandAlbertMuseum,

    London

    January11,2006

    Pilgrims, Martyrs, and Mosaics: Cardinal

    Pietro Aldobrandini and the Jubilee of 1600

    XavierF.Salomon,AndrewW.Mellon

    CuratorialFellow,TheFrickCollection

    February1,2006

    Beauty in the Details

    ElizabethMurray,artist

    This lecture, part of the Artists, Poets, and

    Writers Lecture Series, was made possible

    through the generous support of the Drue

    Heinz Trust.

    March1,2006

    The View from Bordeaux:

    Looking Back on Goyas Life

    JanisA.Tomlinson,UniversityMuseums,

    UniversityofDelaware,Newark

    April13,2006

    Drers Hands

    JosephLeoKoerner,CourtauldInstituteof

    Art,London

    This lecture was the fourth in an annual

    series sponsored by the Council of The Frick

    Collection.

    April26,2006

    Prelude to Exile:

    Goyas Theater(s) of the Absurd

    PriscillaE.Muller,TheHispanicSocietyof

    America,NewYork

    May2,2006

    Plumbing the Depths of the Human Heart

    in Goyas Graphic Work

    JulietWilson-Bareau,independentscholar

    June14,2006

    Liotard beyond the Exhibition

    MarcelRoethlisberger,UniversitdeGenve

    June28,2006

    Liotard, the Turkish Painter

    KristelSmentek,AndrewW.Mellon

    CuratorialFellow,TheFrickCollection

    Concerts

    July13,2005

    IlyaGringolts,Russianviolinist,inNew

    Yorkrecitaldebut,andItmarGolan,pianist:

    Mozart;Bartk;Schumann,Fantasiestcke

    August10,2005

    Jean-EfflamBavouzet,pianist:Haydn;

    Beethoven;Ravel,Gaspard de la nuit

    October9,2005

    TrioJeanPaul,Germanpiano trio,in

    NewYorkdebut:Haydn;Schoenberg/

    Steuermann,Transfigured Night,Opus4;

    Brahms,TrioinBMajor,Opus8

    October30,2005

    MandelringQuartet:Schubert,QuartetinG

    Minor,D.173;Shostakovich,QuartetNo.4

    inDMajor,Opus83;Beethoven,Quartetin

    C-sharpMinor,Opus131

    November13,2005

    NewberryConsort,vielles, lutes, harp,

    countertenor,andtenor:Renaissanceand

    medievalvocal,instrumental,anddance

    musicfromtheperiodofHansMemling,

    thesubjectofthefallexhibition,Memlings

    Portraits.Atalkgivenbycomposer

    JoelleWallachbeforetheconcertexplored

    parallelsbetweenFranco-Flemishpainters

    andcomposersofthefifteenthcentury.

    Public Programming

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    32 The Frick Collection

    November27,2005

    ChristianImmler,Germanbaritone,inNew

    Yorkrecitaldebut,andSylviaFraser,piano:

    Schumann,Dichterliebe,Opus48;Eisler;

    Ravel;Rankl;Wolf

    January15,2006

    RonaldBrautigam,Dutchpianist,inNew

    Yorkrecitaldebut:Mozart;Mendelssohn,

    Variations Srieuses,Opus54;Beethoven,

    SonatainCMajor,Opus53,Waldstein

    February19,2006

    AurynQuartet:Haydn;Bartk;Dvork,

    QuartetNo.12inFMajor,Opus96,

    American

    March5,2006

    MihaelaUrsuleasa,Romanianpianist

    inNewYorkdebut:Beethoven,Eroica

    Variations,Opus35;Shostakovich;

    Rachmaninoff,tudes tableaux,Opus39

    March19,2006

    RichardEgarr,BritishharpsichordistinNew

    Yorkrecitaldebut:J.S.Bach,Goldberg

    Variations,BWV988

    April16,2006

    IlDolcimelo,recorder, baroque violin,

    baroque cello, andharpsichordinNewYork

    debut:Telemann,Scarlatti,Vivaldi,Corelli

    April23,2006

    DavidOwenNorris,fortepiano,andTrio

    SonneriewithMonicaHuggett,violinist:

    J.C.Bach,Mozart,andeighteenth-century

    Hungarianmusicinthevirtuosofolktradition

    Publications

    Exhibition Catalogues

    Till-HolgerBorchert,withcontributions

    byMaryanW.Ainsworth,LorneCampbell,

    andPaulaNuttall,Memlings Portraits,

    Ludion,Belgium,2005

    JonathanBrownandSusanGraceGalassi,

    Goyas Last Works,TheFrickCollection,

    publishedinassociationwithYale

    UniversityPress,2006

    XavierF.Salomon,Veroneses Allegories:

    Virtue, Love, and Exploration in Renaissance

    Venice,TheFrickCollection,2006

    IsabelleFlicitBleeker,CsarMenz,

    MarcelRoethlisberger,ClaireStoullig,and

    FabienneXavireSturm, Jean-tienne

    Liotard (17021789): Masterpieces from the

    Muses dArt et dHistoire of Geneva and

    Swiss Private Collections,Somogyditions

    dArt,Paris;English-languageedition,2006

    Council Lecture Series

    TheodoreReff,Manets Incident in a

    Bullfight,TheFrickCollection,2006

    Gifts and Grants

    W e deeply appreciate the generosityof the individuals, foundations,andcorporationsthathavemadesubstantial

    contributionstotheCollectionandLibrary.

    TheFrickCollectionmustsecureroughly

    50percentofitsfundingforoperationsfrom

    sources other than its endowment. Capital

    projects and special programs require addi-

    tional resources. The following gifts and

    grants provide vitally needed general oper-

    ating funds, as well as support for a range

    of projects, including special exhibitions

    and publications, Library acquisitions and

    itsendowment,conservationequipmentand

    materials,servicestoscholars,andtheeduca-

    tionprogram.Inaddition,thedemandsofthe

    Fricks beautiful, but aging, building require

    an increasing investment of capital. We are

    mostgratefultooursupportersfortheirhelp

    infundingthesevitalprogramsandservices.

    MajorContributions

    $100,000 and above

    Mr.andMrs.JohnP.Birkelund

    Mr.andMrs.JeremiahM.Bogert

    Mr.andMrs.WalterA.Eberstadt

    Mrs.HenryClayFrickII

    TheHelenClayFrickFoundation

    AgnesGundandDanielShapiro

    TheFlorenceGouldFoundation

    HomelandFoundation

    TheAndrewW.MellonFoundation

    EstateofStephenMorrow

    Mr.andMrs.HowardPhippsJr.

    Mr.andMrs.StephenA.Schwarzman

    MelvinR.SeidenandJanineLuke

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    Annual Report July 2005 June 2006 33

    $50,000 to $99,999

    PeterandSofiaBlanchard

    Mr.andMrs.I.TownsendBurdenIII

    TheChisholmFoundation

    TheChristianHumannFoundation

    Dr.andMrs.NathanE.Saint-Amand

    Mr.andMrs.JuanA.Sabater

    LawrenceandJulieSalander

    $25,000 to $49,999

    IreneRooseveltAitken

    TheHonorableDanieleBodini

    Mr.andMrs.SamuelC.Butler

    EdwardLeeCave

    Mr.andMrs.MinturnV.Chace

    TheHonorableAnneCoxChambers

    ConsulateGeneralofBelgium

    TheHonorableAmaliaLacrozedeFortabat

    TheGladysKriebleDelmasFoundation

    HesterDiamond

    Mr.andMrs.L.F.BokerDoyle

    Mrs.CharlesH.Dyson

    FrancisFinlay

    Mrs.HenryGrunwald

    JanetandArthurHershaft

    Mrs.JackS.Josey

    Anna-MariaandStephenKellen

    Foundation,Inc.

    Mrs.StephenM.Kellen

    Khoon-MinLimandElizabethKhoo

    NationalEndowmentfortheArts

    Mr.andMrs.SamuelI.Newhouse

    SamuelI.NewhouseFoundationInc.

    DianeAllenNixon

    Mr.andMrs.BernardG.Palitz

    AnnaM.Pearce

    Mr.andMrs.ConstantineSidamon-Eristoff

    SuzettedeMarignySmith

    Dr.andMrs.MalcolmH.Wiener

    DianeR.Wolf

    Mr.andMrs.JohnB.Wood

    Mrs.CharlesWrightsman

    $10,000 to $24,999

    Dr.AndreasvonAlbertini

    EstateofJ.PhilipAnderegg

    AndrewL.Ballard

    AnneH.Bass

    TheDavidBergFoundation,Inc.

    JeanA.Bonna

    W.MarkBrady

    Mr.andMrs.RobertF.Erburu

    FilomenM.DAgostinoFoundationCorp.

    Mr.andMrs.PatrickA.Gerschel

    ThePatrickA.GerschelFoundation

    GailW.Goltra

    Mr.andMrs.NicholasH.J.Hall

    Mrs.HenryJ.HeinzII

    F.M.KirbyFoundation,Inc.

    SamuelH.KressFoundation

    TheCurtisW.McGrawFoundation

    EldoS.NettoJr.

    Mr.andMrs.YvesOltramare

    ProHelvetia

    Mr.andMrs.WilliamP.Rayner

    Mr.andMrs.JohnR.Robinson

    WilliamRondina

    Mr.andMrs.ArthurRoss

    TheWidgeonPointCharitableFoundation

    IsabelS.Wilcox

    $5,000 to $9,999

    TheAhmansonFoundation

    MiltonandSallyAveryArtsFoundation

    PhyllisBartlett

    Mr.andMrs.SidR.Bass

    Mr.andMrs.ArthurW.Collins

    GiffordCombs

    TheCowlesCharitableTrust

    Mr.andMrs.JohnL.Fiorilla

    Mr.andMrs.BarryFriedberg

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelE.Gellert

    TheHonorableSirDavidandLadyGibbons

    Mr.andMrs.AlainGoldrach

    Mr.andMrs.GeorgeGrumbachJr.

    Mr.andMrs.PeterHeydon

    FrederickD.Hill

    Dr.BruceC.Horten

    RobertW.JohnsonIV

    Mr.andMrs.WilliamF.Kimball

    Mr.andMrs.DavidHamiltonKoch

    Mr.andMrs.JonLandau

    ArthurL.Loeb

    AmbassadorJohnL.LoebJr.and

    SharonHandler

    J.MurrayLogan*

    Mr.andMrs.ThomasLoring

    Mr.andMrs.JamesC.Marlas

    Mr.andMrs.PeterP.Marino

    MetropolitanNewYorkLibraryCouncil

    ThierryMillerand

    BarbaraS.Mosbacher

    DavidRockefeller

    Dr.andMrs.StephenK.Scher

    Mr.andMrs.StanleyDeForestScott

    ElizabethM.Stafford

    BeatriceStern

    PhilipL.Yang

    * deceased

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    34 The Frick Collection

    $1,000 to $4,999MortonAbromsonandJoanNissman

    TheAchelisFoundation

    AcornFoundationInc.

    JoanTaubAdesandAlanM.Ades

    JulianAgnew

    MargaretAjemianAhnert

    Mrs.ArthurG.Altschul

    Mr.andMrs.AnthonyAmes

    Mr.andMrs.DavidAnton

    Mr.andMrs.HenryH.Arnhold

    Mr.andMrs.SeymourR.AskinJr.

    GillianAttfield

    CaroleP.Bailey

    Mr.andMrs.GlennBailey

    Mr.andMrs.RodneyB.Berens

    Mr.andMrs.CraigG.Bergstrom

    Mr.andMrs.WilliamMcCormackBlairJr.

    AllanBlock

    LaurelAnnBrien

    Mr.andMrs.GarrisonW.Brinton

    Mr.andMrs.PeterC.H.Brown

    CallaeBrownstein

    CatherineCahillandWilliamBernhard

    RobertL.CahillJr.

    RobertoCamacho

    AnnMarieCarr

    Mrs.ChristopherC.Y.Chen

    Mr.andMrs.GustavoCisneros

    Mrs.WilliamStrattonClark

    MaryP.Cogger

    ThomasL.Colville

    Comey-FitzgeraldFamilyFoundation

    MarinaRustConnorandIanConnor

    RobertCouturier

    EdnaC.Craddock

    Mr.andMrs.AndrewM.Crisses

    Mr.andMrs.EdgarM.Cullman

    TheHonorableandMrs.WalterJ.P.Curley

    Mr.andMrs.LouisJ.C.Cusano

    Mr.andMrs.CarlF.Danielson

    CcileDavid-Weill

    Mrs.C.DouglasDillon

    Mr.andMrs.StanleyF.Druckenmiller

    Mr.andMrs.JohnF.Durocher

    ElizabethFinkleEliotandJonathanEliot

    Mr.andMrs.Jean-MarieEveillard

    J.O.Fairfax

    JeraldDillonFessenden

    HelenCostantinoFioratti

    Mrs.AnastassiosFondaras

    Mr.andMrs.ChristopherForbes

    DavidB.Ford

    JoanneduPontFoster

    EliseD.FrickandJohnA.Garraty

    AmberFrumkes

    Mr.andMrs.LeandroS.GalbanJr.

    Mr.andMrs.RicardoGambaccini

    GeorgeJ.GillespieIII

    RochelleGores

    Mr.andMrs.PhilipC.Gorrivan

    Mr.andMrs.PaulGourary

    DawneMarieGrannum

    AnnMarieGrasso

    CynthiaChaceGray

    NinaGriscom

    Mr.andMrs.JamesB.Gubelmann

    Mr.andMrs.JohnGutfreund

    Mr.andMrs.PatrickHandreke

    MarthaM.Hare

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelHarkins

    Mrs.HoraceHavemeyer

    Dr.andMrs.DavidHeaney

    ChristopherHeath

    Mr.andMrs.ThomasHenry

    Mr.andMrs.J.TomilsonHillIII

    AlexanderC.Hitz

    JulianIragorriII

    ErnestJacquet

    GenevieveJones

    Mr.andMrs.JeffJoyce

    ElizabethR.Kabler

    Mr.andMrs.EdwardKaplan

    AmandaKavanaghandKevinKavanagh

    Mr.andMrs.SeanP.Kavanagh

    DerekF.Kellett

    R.CrosbyKemper

    ProfessorJosephLeoKoerner

    PhyllisL.Kossoff

    Mr.andMrs.ThomasKranz

    EugeneM.LangFoundation

    SarahChapinLangham

    Mrs.StallworthLarson

    Mr.andMrs.ChristopherM.Lehman

    Mrs.RobertLeininger

    Mr.andMrs.HowardG.Lepow

    Mr.andMrs.RobertLindgren

    DanielLindleyandLuciaWoodsLindley

    DuncanMacGuigan

    Mr.andMrs.EarleI.Mack

    Mr.andMrs.TomMarsh

    JosephF.McCrindle

    Mr.andMrs.AndrewMcQuilling

    Mr.andMrs.RichardL.Menschel

    JoanMichelman

    CatharineM.Miller

    SandraE.Mintz

    Mr.andMrs.EdwardMirsepahi

    Mr.andMrs.MarkL.Moehlman

    JohnW.Munson

    MarkMurray

    JenniferJ.Nilles

    Mr.andMrs.RichardE.Oldenburg

    Mr.andMrs.AlexB.Pagel

    PJPascual

    Mr.andMrs.JeffreyM.Peek

    LauraPels

    Mr.andMrs.PaulG.PennoyerJr.

    ColleenDeLeeandMichaelPerlis

    Mr.andMrs.BrianPfeifler

    Mr.andMrs.IvanE.Phillips

    Mr.andMrs.FranoisPoulet

    Mrs.LewisT.Preston

    Dr.andMrs.JamesS.Reibel

    JanineRensch

    BridgetRestivo

    MichelleRogers

    TheHonorableandMrs.FelixG.Rohatyn

    DanielRomualdez

    ElaineL.Rosenberg

    NanetteRoss

    AnnaRothschild

    ChristopherF.Rupp

    CharlesA.Ryskamp

    JaneG.Rubin

    SanaH.Sabbagh

    MarielleSafra

    AlanE.Salz

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    Mr.andMrs.JulioMarioSantoDomingo

    KatieSchwab

    Mrs.JohnA.Scrymgeour

    GilShiva

    SiddharthaShukla

    Mr.andMrs.JamesBakerSitrick

    ClareElizabethSmith

    MichelleSmith

    Mr.andMrs.IanK.W.Snow

    LucyBishopricSprunger

    JoanAlexanderStanton

    LouiseH.Stephaich

    Mr.andMrs.GeorgeE.Stephenson

    Mr.andMrs.GeraldG.Stiebel

    Mr.andMrs.CharlesF.StoneIII

    ElizabethF.StriblingandGuyRobinson

    TheFrederickandPatriciaSupperFoundation

    J.FifeSymingtonJr.

    Mr.andMrs.J.FifeSymingtonIV

    Mr.andMrs.AlvaroTafur

    Mr.andMrs.WilliamTatlock

    Mr.andMrs.EugeneVictorThaw

    Mr.andMrs.AndrewThomas

    Mr.andMrs.DavidM.Tobey

    Mr.andMrs.JohnL.TownsendIII

    HansP.Utsch

    Dr.DietrichvonBothmer

    Mr.andMrs.GeorgeWachter

    Mr.andMrs.PaulA.Wagner

    Dr.KarlT.Wamsler

    Mr.andMrs.JohnL.Warden

    Mr.andMrs.G.JarvisG.WilcoxJr.

    FrancisH.Williams

    Mr.andMrs.JamesJ.Wilson

    Mrs.RobertWinthrop

    Mr.andMrs.GeneM.Woodfin

    Mr.andMrs.DavidYates

    HenrySteinwayZieglerand

    JourdanArpelle-Ziegler

    Mr.andMrs.EzraZilkha

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelZilkha

    Mr.andMrs.EricZinterhofer

    LauraB.Zukerman

    DirectorsCircle

    TheDirectorsCirclewasformedin2004to

    provide major unrestricted support for the

    activities of the Collection and the Library.

    The followinggroupof individuals is com-

    mittedtoensuringthatTheFrickCollection

    willhavethenecessaryresourcestomaintain

    itstraditionofexcellence.

    IreneRooseveltAitken

    Mr.andMrs.JohnP.Birkelund

    Mr.andMrs.PeterP.BlanchardIII

    TheHonorableDanieleBodini

    Mr.andMrs.JeremiahM.Bogert

    Mr.andMrs.SamuelC.Butler

    EdwardLeeCave

    TheHonorableAmaliaLacrozedeFortabat

    HesterDiamond

    Mr.andMrs.L.F.BokerDoyle

    Mrs.CharlesH.Dyson

    Mr.andMrs.WalterA.Eberstadt

    FrancisFinlay

    Mrs.HenryClayFrickII

    Mrs.HenryGrunwald

    AgnesGundandDanielShapiro

    Mrs.JackS.Josey

    Mrs.StephenM.Kellen

    Mr.andMrs.SamuelI.NewhouseJr.

    DianeAllenNixon

    Mr.andMrs.BernardG.Palitz

    Mr.andMrs.HowardPhippsJr.

    Mr.andMrs.StephenA.Schwarzman

    MelvinR.SeidenandJanineLuke

    Mr.andMrs.ConstantineSidamon-Eristoff

    SuzettedeMarignySmith

    Mrs.CharlesWrightsman

    FoundersSociety

    The Founders Society recognizes and hon-

    orsindividualswhoprovidecriticalsupport

    to The Frick Collection through bequests,

    charitable remainder trusts, lead trusts, or

    otherplanned-givingarrangements.

    EstateofJ.PhilipAnderegg

    HelenClayChace

    Mrs.WilliamStrattonClark

    DianeDunne

    EstateofAlexGordon

    EstateofStephenMorrow

    EstateofLouiseA.Pierot

    MichaelTully

    AliceJeanZuccaire

    FellowsandFriendsof

    TheFrickCollection

    Honorary Fellows

    Mrs.WalterH.Annenberg

    Mrs.PerryRichardsonBass

    MonsieurLeComtedHaussonville

    TheodoreDell

    EverettFahy

    Dr.andMrs.IraH.Kaufman

    Mr.andMrs.JohnL.Marion

    Mrs.PaulMellon

    EdgarMunhall

    CharlesA.Ryskamp

    SamuelSachsII

    Mrs.WilliamSuhr

    Mr.andMrs.EugeneVictorThaw

    FredericavonStade

    Sustaining Fellows

    AngelinaAnissimova

    AndrewL.Ballard

    Mr.andMrs.MinturnV.Chace

    TheHonorableandMrs.WalterJ.P.Curley

    CatherineG.Curran

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    JoanneduPontFoster

    JanetandArthurHershaft

    Mrs.JackS.Josey

    Khoon-MinLimandElizabethKhoo

    J.MurrayLogan*

    Mr.andMrs.TerryLundgren

    DianeR.Wolf

    Supporting Fellows

    Mr.andMrs.HenryH.Arnhold

    Mrs.ChristopherC.Y.Chen

    GiffordCombs

    Mr.andMrs.StevenG.Einhorn

    Mr.andMrs.RobertF.Erburu

    Mr.andMrs.NicholasH.J.Hall

    Mrs.HenryJ.HeinzII

    Dr.andMrs.PeterHeydon

    Mr.andMrs.JeffJoyce

    MyronKaplanandAnnetteHollander

    ChristianK.Keesee

    Mr.andMrs.DavidHamiltonKoch

    Mr.andMrs.HowardG.Lepow

    Mr.andMrs.JamesC.Marlas

    Mr.andMrs.AchimMoeller

    Mr.andMrs.StanleyMoss

    Dr.andMrs.JamesS.Reibel

    Mr.andMrs.JohnR.Robinson

    Mr.andMrs.JuanA.Sabater

    Dr.andMrs.NathanE.Saint-Amand

    ElizabethM.Stafford

    SueErpfVandeBovenkamp

    Mr.andMrs.GeorgeWachter

    Dr.andMrs.MalcolmH.Wiener

    E.LiskWyckoffJr.

    PhilipL.Yang

    Contributing Fellows

    MargaretAjemianAhnert

    SoniaAlpert

    ElizabethA.Baltz

    AnneH.Bass

    Mr.andMrs.ThomasA.Cassilly

    JohnB.Coleman

    Mr.andMrs.PierreJ.deVegh

    DomitiliaM.dosSantos

    StephenA.Geiger

    Mr.andMrs.AlainGoldrach

    GailW.Goltra

    Mr.andMrs.DonaldJ.Gordon

    Mr.andMrs.SpencerHays

    FrederickD.Hill

    Dr.BruceC.Horten

    ValHoyt

    ArthurL.Loeb

    Mr.andMrs.JamesC.Marlas

    Mr.andMrs.WilliamJ.Michaelcheck

    Dr.DavidOrentreich

    Mr.andMrs.IvanE.Phillips

    Mr.andMrs.FranoisPoulet

    Mr.andMrs.AlfredRoss

    Mr.andMrs.H.JonathanRotenstreich

    Mrs.JohnH.Sack

    Mr.andMrs.IrwinSchneiderman

    Mr.andMrs.StanleyDeForestScott

    Mrs.JohnA.Scrymgeour

    Mr.andMrs.HowardSolomon

    Mr.andMrs.JohnL.TownsendIII

    Mr.*andMrs.IraD.Wallach

    Dr.KarlT.Wamsler

    ShelbyB.White

    AllisonWhiting

    WilliamJ.WilliamsJr.and

    BarbaraA.Reuter

    DianWoodner

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelZilkha

    Fellows

    JoanTaubAdesandAlanM.Ades

    JulianAgnew

    BertAmador

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelNashAmbler

    Dr.MadelynAntoncic

    Mr.andMrs.MarkAppel

    Mr.andMrs.R.LeighArdrey

    AndrewArkin

    Mrs.J.SinclairArmstrong

    EdgarD.Aronson

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelAssael

    Mr.andMrs.RonaldR.Atkins

    Dr.*andMrs.HughR.K.Barber

    ShelleyBarber

    Mr.andMrs.FrederickW.Beinecke

    Mr.andMrs.RodneyB.Berens

    Mr.andMrs.RaphaelBernstein

    FrancesBillups

    PattiC.Birch

    DavidBiscaye

    AllanBlock

    GaryM.Bloom

    Mr.andMrs.StanleyM.Bogen

    GeoffreyN.Bradfield

    W.MarkBrady

    DeborahBrice

    Mr.andMrs.GarrisonW.Brinton

    MarleenBrody

    ProfessorandMrs.JonathanM.Brown

    KatherineF.Brush

    Mrs.JacksonBurke

    Mrs.JamesE.Burke

    Mr.andMrs.BrookK.Byers

    MiriamCahn

    MarilynCalderwoodandDodgeOlmsted

    Mr.andMrs.FelixCallari

    AnnMarieCarr

    VincentCaseyandChristinaBaltz

    CarrollJ.CavanaghandCandidaN.Smith

    Mr.andMrs.JamesCherry

    Mr.andMrs.ChristopherT.Clark

    Mrs.WilliamStrattonClark

    J.PatrickCooney

    T.A.Cox

    EdnaC.Craddock

    Mr.andMrs.AndrewM.Crisses

    JuliaCroddick

    HeatherCroner

    Mr.andMrs.GlennDarden

    Mr.andMrs.DouglasDavis

    Mr.andMrs.MichaeldeHavenon

    Mr.andMrs.GonzalodeLasHeras

    MargotteMarquesadeLyon

    DavidH.DeWeese

    BenjaminF.Doller

    Mr.andMrs.JohnS.Dyson* deceased

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    JoanK.Easton

    Mr.andMrs.BrunoEberli

    Mr.andMrs.DeanEcke

    DonF.EddyandLeighBehnke

    DavidElenowitz

    ElizabethFinkleEliotandJonathanEliot

    MaryE.Emerson

    BarbaraR.Evans

    NancyEvansandSeymourWishman

    J.O.Fairfax

    Mr.andMrs.WalterP.Fekula

    Mr.andMrs.RichardFeldstein

    JeraldDillonFessenden

    Mr.andMrs.JosephSebastianFichera

    Mrs.AnastassiosFondaras

    DavidB.Ford

    Mr.andMrs.PeterFrelinghuysen

    Mr.andMrs.LawrenceFriedland

    Mr.andMrs.LeandroS.GalbanJr.

    PatrickS.Gallagher

    Mr.andMrs.SergioGalvis

    TheHonorableandMrs.BruceGelb

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelE.Gellert

    Mr.andMrs.MorryGerber

    TheHonorableSirDavidandLadyGibbons

    GeorgeJ.GillespieIII

    ReverendDavisGiven

    HenryP.GodfreyandGingerSchnaper

    Mr.andMrs.EugeneGoldberg

    Mr.andMrs.WilliamT.Golden

    Mr.andMrs.HubertL.Goldschmidt

    RochelleGores

    Mr.andMrs.PaulGourary

    Mrs.DavidGranger

    Mr.andMrs.GeorgeGrumbachJr.

    Mr.andMrs.RichardGuest

    CharlesHackandAngellaHearn

    MimiHalpernandJoanneHalpern

    Mr.andMrs.RobertHanke

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelHarkins

    Mr.andMrs.WilliamHarnisch

    Mr.andMrs.GeorgeHatziantoniou

    Mr.andMrs.CarlB.Hess

    LuuleN.Hewson

    M.T.Hirschler

    FrankL.HohmannIII

    Mrs.BruceDuffHooton

    Mr.andMrs.CharlesHoppin

    Mr.andMrs.JamesHoughton

    JuneHunt-Mayer

    Mr.andMrs.JohnW.Ingraham

    Mr.andMrs.RichardE.Jaffe

    LisaD.JohnsonandWilliamsCosby

    Mr.andMrs.WarrenS.Josephy

    JeromeJurschak

    Mrs.AllanH.Kalmus

    Mr.andMrs.MarkN.Kaplan

    TheHonorableBruceM.Kaplanand

    JanetYaseen

    WilliamW.Karatz

    NadineKasuga

    Mr.andMrs.WilliamKaufmann

    SuzanneKavetas

    RobertG.Keller

    FrederickR.Koch

    PhyllisL.Kossoff

    AngieZ.Kozlowski

    GeraldineS.Kunstadter

    GeorgeLabalmeJr.

    BillLambert

    Mr.andMrs.JonLandau

    Dr.JosephLaneandProfessorBarbaraLane

    FredericA.Lanes

    JaneLattesandNorbertSwislocki

    JohnJ.Leiser

    Mr.andMrs.DaleLeMasters

    Mr.andMrs.SamuelH.Lindenbaum

    Mr.andMrs.JohnLoughridgeLindsey

    GailP.Lloyd

    RobertB.Loper

    Mr.andMrs.ThomasLoring

    GinaG.MacArthur

    Mr.andMrs.JohnMacAskill

    DuncanMacGuigan

    SusanRoseMandelkerand

    MorrisJ.Mandelker

    Mr.andMrs.TomMarsh

    MichaelT.Martin

    Mr.andMrs.ArthurC.Martinez

    KimberlyMaska

    RachelMauro

    NancyMcAllisterandRichardM.Card

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelJ.McCormick

    JosephF.McCrindle

    VincentMcGee

    Mrs.JohnP.McGrath

    GeneR.McHamandSarahBlakeMcHam

    CatharineM.Miller

    ThierryMillerand

    BarbaraB.Millhouse

    BarbaraS.Mosbacher

    RuthA.Mueller

    GabrielNahasandMarilynC.Nahas

    DavidJ.NashandLucyMitchell-Innes

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelNewhouse

    RodneyW.Nichols

    Mr.andMrs.WilliamA.Nitze

    ThomasE.OBrien

    Mr.andMrs.RichardE.Oldenburg

    DavidT.Owsley

    Mr.andMrs.ChipsC.Page

    Mr.andMrs.GregoryK.Palm

    Mrs.FrankPapp

    Mr.andMrs.DouglasL.Paul

    Dr.DavidB.Pearce

    Mr.andMrs.NormanL.Peck

    WilliamPeltonandMaryJaneMassie

    J.RobyPennIV

    Mr.andMrs.PaulG.PennoyerJr.

    Mr.andMrs.RobertPennoyer

    LeslieB.Perkin

    SarahPeter

    RobertSPirie

    Mr.andMrs.JeffreyPlonsker

    Mr.andMrs.LeonB.Polsky

    Mr.andMrs.DaleJ.Precoda

    Mrs.LewisT.Preston

    Mr.andMrs.SamuelF.PryorIV

    SheilaS.Pulling

    JaneRandall

    NormanD.Rau

    Dr.andMrs.JamesJ.Reardon

    DeniceH.Rein

    HansR.Reinisch

    Mr.andMrs.RobertM.Riggs

    VictorS.Rodriguez

    Mr.andMrs.EdwardRomer

    Dr.ElliottC.Rosch

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    EllenRose

    Mr.andMrs.JonathanRosen

    Mr.andMrs.ArthurRoss

    NanetteRoss

    Mr.andMrs.RichardRowe

    Dr.andMrs.A.JosephRudick

    Mr.andMrs.WinthropRutherfurdJr.

    Mr.andMrs.DeraldH.Ruttenberg

    AlanE.Salz

    Mr.andMrs.MartinSanders

    Mr.andMrs.AlexanderC.Sanger

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelL.Santini

    ElaineB.Sargent

    RobertM.SaundersandSusanGaum

    PrincessMaria-ChristinaSayn-Wittgenstein

    Mr.andMrs.HenryB.Schacht

    JohnH.SchaeferandPamelaD.Zilly

    ProfessorSimonM.Schamaand

    Dr.VirginiaE.Papaioannou

    C.M.Schamroth

    Dr.andMrs.StephenK.Scher

    WilliamR.Schermerhorn

    Dr.andMrs.JoelSchilling

    Dr.RalphSchlaeger

    Mr.andMrs.BenjaminSchliemann

    KirstenSchneider

    FrancesM.Schultz

    Mr.andMrs.HenryT.Segerstrom

    CarolO.Selle

    Mr.andMrs.CharlesA.SeversIII

    LarryShar

    Dr.RobertB.Simon

    J.L.H.Simonds

    DonaldG.Sisler

    Mr.andMrs.RobertA.Smith

    MargaretM.Sokol

    WilliamG.SpearsandMariaT.Spears

    GeorgeSperaandJaneGinsburg

    AmbassadorCarlSpielvogeland

    BarbaraleeDiamonstein

    Mr.andMrs.DavidStam

    Mr.andMrs.RobertK.Steel

    BeatriceStern

    Mr.andMrs.RobertA.Stern

    Mr.andMrs.GeraldG.Stiebel

    Mr.andMrs.CharlesF.StoneIII

    ElizabethStrong-Cuevas

    Mr.andMrs.WilliamH.Stuebe

    Dr.andMrs.PaulR.C.Sullivan

    PeaceSullivan

    Mr.andMrs.JohnW.Sweetland

    GovernorandMrs.J.FifeSymingtonIII

    AsoO.Tavitian

    Mr.andMrs.GregoryF.Taylor

    Mrs.HenryJ.Taylor

    MargarettaTaylor

    MiltonE.Teicher

    Mr.andMrs.DomTelesco

    Mr.andMrs.RodmanK.TiltJr.

    Mr.andMrs.JoelTirschwell

    Mr.andMrs.DavidM.Tobey

    TheHonorableandMrs.JohnTrain

    Mr.andMrs.RogerTuckerman

    MarilynUngar

    GeorgeW.vanderPloeg

    Mr.andMrs.PaulA.VermylenJr.

    JudithMannVillard

    Mr.andMrs.HerbertWachtell

    Mr.andMrs.GeorgeWachter

    Mr.andMrs.PaulA.Wagner

    ThomasB.WalkerIII

    Mr.andMrs.JohnL.Warden

    HarrietWarmandRichardBlum

    JoelWeissman

    JohnWendell

    Mr.andMrs.KarelWesterling

    LynneM.Wheat

    TheHonorableJohnC.Whitehead

    Dr.andMrs.RobertD.Wickham

    Mr.andMrs.G.JarvisG.WilcoxJr.

    IsabelS.Wilcox

    DuaneWilder

    Mrs.WalterW.Wilds

    Mr.andMrs.WalterJ.Wilkie

    Mr.andMrs.BasilC.Williams

    PeterA.Williams

    Mr.andMrs.JamesJ.Wilson

    Mrs.RobertWinthrop

    Mr.andMrs.GeneM.Woodfin

    AndreaWoodner

    WilliamH.A.WrightII

    Mr.andMrs.DavidYates

    GeorgeM.Yeager

    Mr.andMrs.MichaelZilkha

    Dr.andMrs.JonathanZizmor

    Non-Resident Fellows

    Mr.andMrs.FrankA.BeneventoII

    Mr.andMrs.GeorgeN.Boone

    Mr.andMrs.CarlF.Danielson

    MikeDuff

    JohnW.EichleayJr.

    Mr.andMrs.LouisElson

    Mr.andMrs.LuciusL.Fowler

    TheHonorableDouglasH.Ginsburg

    Dr.LucindaA.Harris

    HelenHecht

    Mr.andMrs.LawrenceD.Horowitz

    YuriIto

    Mr.andMrs.RichardA.Kasuli

    Mr.andMrs.EugeneA.Kelly

    Mr.andMrs.TitusKendall

    FrancesE.Kent

    Mr.andMrs.RobertE.KulpJr.

    Mr.andMrs.LewisManilow

    Mr.andMrs.JeffreyE.Marshall

    ColleenDeLeeandMichaelPerlis

    AdrianSassoon

    Mrs.OlcottD.Smith

    JohnVanBuren

    Mr.andMrs.StephenVolla

    FritzT.Wegmann

    Young Fellows

    GildaAcostaandVivianSoren

    NicholasAcquavella

    AlexandraHayesAdame

    OxanaAdlerandEmanuelZeltser

    CelinaApostolo

    VanessaElizabethArredondo

    FranciscoBallester

    AlexandraBarth

    EliBenson

    Mr.andMrs.PeterA.Bicks

    ValerieBitici

    Mr.andMrs.ScottM.Black

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    JenniferBowman

    Dr.CatherineBozeman

    BlairBrickman

    Mr.andMrs.PeterC.H.Brown

    CallaeBrownstein

    SarahE.Burley

    RobertoCamacho

    BarbaraChristian

    AlexanderCicognaMozzoni

    EricD.W.Cohler

    AnnikaConnor

    JamesCorl

    CatherineA.Corman

    KarinaCorrea-Maury

    KiptonCronkite

    CarolineCummings

    Mr.andMrs.DavidDangoor

    CharlesdeVielCastel

    LaurenDellaMonica

    UmitS.Dhuga

    JoshuaS.Dienstag

    Mr.andMrs.BrendanDillon

    AliciaDoherty

    ArnoldandAnitaDormer

    ChristineDrinan

    Mr.andMrs.StephaneC.Dujarric

    MeredithDunnandBryanS.Miller

    Mr.andMrs.JohnF.Durocher

    MarisaDVari

    AlessandraEcheverria

    Mr.andMrs.Jean-LouisB.Ecochard

    Mr.andMrs.DavidEvans

    AntonellaFarro

    KayvanFateh-Tehrani

    RichardGordonFauxIII

    LydiaWickliffeFenet

    AshleighFernandez

    Mr.andMrs.ErinFitzpatrick

    RhondaS.Foreman

    ArchieFoster

    JeffFoster

    ErinFrankel

    JeffreyS.Freeman

    SarahFunke

    MaryB.Gallagher

    Mr.andMrs.RicardoGambaccini

    GrgoireGentil

    RobertGerage

    EveGerberandJasonFurman

    MichaelGibbens

    AlexandraG.Goelet

    JonGold

    MarlaGoldwasser

    AnthonyJ.Gordon

    RochelleGores

    MarneGraingerandToddCavaluzzi

    DawneMarieGrannum

    AnnMarieGrasso

    JohnVincentGrasso

    BrookeGraves

    Mr.andMrs.BrianGriffin

    NicholasGriffin

    JeffreyGuarino

    Mr.andMrs.PeterGudwin

    MarieAntoinetteHandler

    JosephHardingandThomasCannon

    Mr.andMrs.PeterHarwich

    NicoleHeln

    KimHicks

    TrinidadHidalgoandNealHidalgo

    TizianaHolmgren

    WilliamS.J.HoodandSophieBoschdeHood

    GeorgeHopley

    MargoHoppin

    AlexisLeeHovey

    EstherHui

    ChristophJ.E.Hundack

    JulianIragorriII

    Ana-MariaIragorri-Farcic

    EdwardF.JohnstonIII

    DarcyJones

    DeborahKannerandEvanAmbinder

    Mr.andMrs.EdwardKaplan

    LauraKaufmann-Belkhazat

    Mr.andMrs.SanfordB.KaynorJr.

    YoungheeKim-Wait

    JayFrederickKrehbiel

    AbbeKrieger

    AndrewKronenbergandJaneSchneirov

    OliverLane

    LucyJaneLang

    FelixLauscher

    SilvinaLeoneandPabloCisilino

    MarcA.Lewinstein

    Mr.andMrs.RichardLightburn

    Mr.andMrs.RobertLindgren

    PauloLoureiro

    KimberlyA.Lucas

    AndrewMack

    Dr.ShirleyMadhere

    JennaMartin

    PaulJ.Mateyunas

    Mr.andMrs.DanielMatheson

    SusanAnneMathisen

    CarlosA.MaymandStevenRapkin

    AnneMcCabe

    NancyMcCormickVella

    ErinMcKinnon

    JeffreyMenaged

    RichardMendlowitz

    JoelMendoza

    RebekahMercerandSylvainMirochnikoff

    Mr.andMrs.EugeneMercyJr.

    Mr.andMrs.EdwardMirsepahi

    Mr.andMrs.AlanB.Mitchell

    Mr.andMrs.DonaldL.Morgan

    WesleyAlexanderMorrow

    Mr.andMrs.JohnJ.MulliganIII

    PhilipR.Munger

    JohnW.Munson

    MarkMurray

    SarahMurray

    KathleenMurtha

    RichardNagyandCarolineSchmidt

    Mr.andMrs.PaulNapoli

    JillNewhouse

    LisaNikfarjam

    JenniferJ.Nilles

    NinaOkun

    StephenOlsenandDennisArguedas

    AlixineOMalley

    DavidOrr

    AllegraPagel

    GregoryPamel

    JungMinPark

    MichaelPecnikandJessLiu

    TristanPeniston-Bird

    Mr.andMrs.CampionPlatt

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    VincentPresti

    JoannePriestley

    DianaD.Pulling

    Mr.andMrs.JeanPutzer

    AprilPyatt

    Mr.andMrs.JaccoReijtenbagh

    JosRamnReyes

    EmilyS.Robin

    AnyaRoles

    MarisaRose

    RobertRoth

    EugenieRoussel

    AvikRoy

    ElisabethA.Saint-Amand

    N.AlexanderSaint-Amand

    Mr.andMrs.BrandtSakakeeny

    IvanaSalander

    StevenSalerno

    MicheleSanger

    DanielleSapse

    CharlieN.W.Schlangen

    Mr.andMrs.BenjaminSchliemann

    JoJoShakerdge

    JessicaShapiro

    KatherineShenaman

    R.AndrewShore

    AlexaSinger

    ClareElizabethSmith

    JenniferAnneSpiegel

    BrittSponzo

    DavidM.Steiner

    RandallStempler

    JoanneStrasser

    IvonnePerezSuarez

    Mr.andMrs.J.FifeSymingtonIV

    ThomasP.Symington

    Mr.andMrs.AndrewThomas

    StephenThompson

    KimberlyS.Thomsen

    CarolynThornquist

    Mr.andMrs.DouglasA.Trafelet

    MorganTupper

    IndiaUkponmwam

    LeonoraVolpeandHowardMulligan

    KathrynvonMatthiessen

    KiravonOstenfeld-Suske

    Mrs.JohnWanamaker-Leas

    AlexanderWang

    JuliaPowerWeld

    TimothyJ.Whealon

    DonnaM.Whittaker

    Mr.andMrs.DavidWildermuth

    LaurenWillig

    LauraWinters

    JenniferWright

    DouglasM.Wurtz

    TracyYoung

    LauraB.Zukerman

    Sustaining Friends

    AlexanderApsis

    EllenArmitage

    Mr.andMrs.SeymourR.AskinJr.

    Mr.andMrs.HarveyBlau

    Mr.andMrs.LeonardBlock

    LaurelAnnBrien

    Mr.andMrs.ArthurW.Collins

    Mr.andMrs.L.JayCross

    Mr.andMrs.RichardM.Danziger

    MichaelDavisandDanaC.Gallo

    Mr.andMrs.BruceA.Factor

    BarbaraG.Fleischman

    Mr.andMrs.DavidB.Forer

    PatriciaR.Frederick

    Mr.andMrs.RobertL.Freedman

    AbbyGilmoreandArthurP.Freierman

    Dr.ElizabethJ.Hodge

    Mr.andMrs.JohnR.Hupper

    AlanKanzer

    Dr.HerbertJ.KaydenandDr.

    GabrielleH.Reem

    SaundraKeinberger

    KarenH.Kim

    Mr.andMrs.WalterC.Klein

    Mr.andMrs.AlexanderM.Laughlin

    HelenMavrophilippas

    Mr.andMrs.JamesJ.Murtha

    RoyR.Neuberger

    Mrs.WilburRabinowitz

    MartinB.Rapp

    Mr.andMrs.NormanS.Reich

    Mr.andMrs.StuartB.Schimmel

    Mr.andMrs.AnthonyJ.Servino

    Mr.andMrs.GrantSmith

    EthelJ.SteindlandMarkSchwarz

    PeterSteinman

    Mr.andMrs.IrvingLehmanStraus

    SaundraWhitney

    TheHonorableKimbaWoodand

    Mr.FrankE.Richardson

    Supporting Friends

    AliciaL.Albert

    PageAshley

    Mr.andMrs.MarvinBarrett

    Mr.andMrs.LewisW.Bernard

    Mr.andMrs.H.PeersBrewer

    ConstanceR.Caplan

    FranklinJ.Carmel

    DebrahCharatan

    JohnM.Conklin

    ElaineCryer

    Mrs.VincentdeRoulet

    FrancesD.Dewey

    LisabethDuring

    Mr.andMrs.Jean-MarieEveillard

    Dr.LewisM.FederandJohnAllen

    Mr.andMrs.ConoR.Fusco

    ThomasR.Gallagher

    Mr.andMrs.RobertG.Goelet

    WilliamGoldman

    Mr.andMrs.PeterGreenleaf

    Dr.AugustaGrossandLeslieSamuels

    KathiWattsGrossman

    JohnHartjeandCarolCamper

    EdnaHausman

    IngeHeckel

    Mr.andMrs.AlanR.Hirsig

    Mrs.WarrenHolby

    RobertW.Holmes

    Mr.andMrs.MortonJanklow

    PatandPaulKaplan

    GarrettKirkJr.

    LisaKnobel

    LillianKraemer

    Mr.andMrs.ThomasW.Lambert

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    Annual Report July 2005 June 2006 41

    JillL.Leinbach

    CollenLeth

    Mr.andMrs.SeymourLichtenstein

    ElizabethLifschultz

    Mr.andMrs.DuncanMacMillan

    AnnBellMcCoy

    KayMcCrosky

    Mr.andMrs.JohnMcNiff

    GregoryMesniaeffandElizabethBurke

    PayneW.Middleton

    Mr.andMrs.JeffreyMilsom

    Mr.andMrs.RichardWraxallMoore

    Mr.andMrs.LawrenceMotz

    Mr.andMrs.JohnNairn

    GraceM.Parr

    AndrewS.Paul

    Mr.andMrs.JohnW.Payson

    SusanF.PinskyandMarcE.Rosen

    ElliotPinson

    ArthurD.RobsonJr.

    SaschaM.Rockefeller

    JenniferRogersandFrancesG.Rogers

    Mr.andMrs.HerbertSchinderman

    MaryCoxeSchlosser

    Dr.andMrs.MichaelJ.Schmerin

    Dr.JeromeB.Shapiro

    Mr.andMrs.RobertB.Shea

    Mr.andMrs.PeterSimon

    JeffreySteinmanandJodyFalco

    MariaVoridis

    DianneWallace

    ChristopherWancura

    ThomasR.Warfield

    MiaN.Weiner

    Mr.andMrs.StevenWolowitz

    HelenM.Wright

    CorporateMembers

    andSponsors

    $50,000 and aboveMerrillLynch&Co.,Inc.

    Salander-OReillyGalleries,LLC

    SwissInternationalAirLines

    VeraWang

    $25,000 to $49,999

    Citigroup

    CreativeEdgeParties,Inc.

    Goldman,Sachs&Co.

    HarryWinston

    Sothebys

    ThornwillowPress

    Valbihcom

    W.P.Stewart&Co.,Ltd.

    $10,000 to $24,999

    Christies

    TheConnaughtGroup,Ltd.

    DeutscheBankAmericasFoundation

    FortressInvestmentGroupLLC

    TheH.W.WilsonFoundation

    MotHennessyUSA

    TheMoodysFoundation

    Town & Country

    $5,000 to $9,999

    AltriaGroup,Inc.

    Chanel,Inc.

    LizClaiborneInc.

    MallettGallery

    Patterson,Belknap,Webb&TylerLLP

    RobertMondaviWinery

    Tiffany&Co.

    UBS

    VNU,Inc.

    $1,000 to $4,999AonCorporation

    BabcockGalleries

    TheBankofNewYork

    BuckConsultants

    CalvinKlein,Inc.

    Colgate-PalmoliveCompany

    Dodge&Cox

    GalerieFabienBoulakia

    IridianAssetManagement,LLC

    JohnWiley&Sons,Inc.

    M.Knoedler&Co.

    LeonidasChocolate

    Moretti

    PandoraOldMastersInc.

    SeiboldSecurity

    SellJewelry

    MatchingGiftCompanies

    TheAchelisFoundation

    AXAFoundation

    BankofAmerica

    ComputerAssociatesInternational,Inc.

    DeutscheBankAmericasFoundation

    ExxonMobilFoundation

    GlaxoSmithKlineFoundation

    TheGoldmanSachsFoundation

    IBMCorporation

    JohnWiley&Sons,Inc.

    TheMayDepartmentStoresCompany

    Foundation

    Mayer,Brown,Rowe&MawLLP

    MerrillLynch&Co.Inc.,Foundation

    TheMoodysFoundation

    PfizerFoundation

    SamuelH.KressFoundation

    The Frick Collection makes every effort

    to recognize gifts as requested. Corrections

    may be directed to Rosalie MacGowan at

    (212) 547-0709.

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    42 The Frick Collection

    Financial Statements

    StatementofFinancialPositionJune30,2006,and2005

    Assets: 2006 2005

    Cashandcashequivalents $ 3,600,393 $ 2,888,890

    Contributionsreceivable 1,623,866 1,338,849

    Accruedinterestanddividends 244,246 288,876

    Duefrombrokerforsecuritiessold 595,514 377,762

    Prepaidpensioncost 58,893 284,589

    Otherassets 1,039,344 1,003,061

    Inventory 748,998 793,322

    Investmentsinrealestate,atcost 2,661,298 2,657,820

    Investmentsinsecurities,atfairvalue

    Museum 184,280,987 176,921,288

    Library 49,964,579 49,118,430

    Fixedassets,net

    Museum 15,311,005 15,165,707

    Library 1,868,564 1,898,790

    Total assets 261,997,687 252,737,384

    Liabilities and Net Assets:

    Accountspayable,accruedexpenses,

    anddeferredincome 2,093,327 2,042,953

    Duetobrokerforsecuritiespurchased 51,723

    Accruedpostretirementhealthand

    otherbenefits 5,252,000 4,897,000

    Total liabilities 7,345,327 6,991,676

    Net assets

    Unrestricted 222,584,040 213,675,537

    Temporarilyrestricted 5,208,526 5,811,844

    Permanentlyrestricted 26,859,794 26,258,327

    Total net assets 254,652,360 245,745,708

    Total liabilities and net assets $ 261,997,687 $ 252,737,384

    Note 1

    For purposes of brevity, the June 30, 2006, financial

    information presented here is excerpted from our

    auditedfinancial statementsaspreparedby the inde-

    pendentaccountingfirmofPriceWaterhouseCoopers,

    L.L.P., which rendered an unqualified opinion as to

    thosestatementsconformancewithgenerallyaccepted

    accounting principles. This excerpted information

    doesnot include theStatementofCashFlowsor the

    footnotesthatareintegraltoafullpresentationofthe

    Collections financial position. A complete report of

    theIndependentAuditorsisavailablebywritingtothe

    developmentofficeofTheFrickCollectionorcanbe

    foundonlineatwww.frick.org.

    Note 2: Measure of Operations

    TheCollectionincludesinitsdefinitionofoperations

    all revenuesandexpenses thatarean integralpartof

    its programs and supporting activities. The measure

    ofoperationsincludesinvestmentincomeequaltothe

    4.5% spending rate (see Note 3, below) and excludes

    investment return in excessof,or less than, the 4.5%

    spendingrate.Themeasureofoperationsalsoexcludes

    depreciation of fixed assets; permanently restricted

    contributions; purchase and sale of Collection items;

    unsolicited individual unrestricted contributions of

    $50,000 or more that are board designated for long-

    terminvestmentasfundsfunctioningasendowment;

    and releases of net assets from restrictions related to

    non-operatingitems.

    Note 3: Spending Rate

    The Collection manages its pooled investments on a

    total return basis. To preserve the investments long-

    termpurchasingpower,theCollectionmakesavailable

    tobespenteachyear4.5%oftheinvestmentportfolios

    averagemarketvalueforthetwelvequartersendingthe

    Marchpriortothebeginningofthefiscalyear,netof

    applicableinvestmentandcustodialfees.

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    Annual Report July 2005 June 2006 43

    StatementofActivitiesJune30,2006(withcomparativetotalsfortheyearendedJune30,2005)

    Unrestricted Total

    Board Temporarily Permanently General Designated Total Restricted Restricted 2006 2005Operating support and revenues Netinvestmentreturn4.5%spendingpolicy $ 7,008,641 $ $ 7,008,641 $ 1,349,129 $ $8,357,770 $8,482,930Otherinterestincome 36,915 9,056 45,971 41,322 87,293 19,563Contributions 2,388,467 2,388,467 2,485,484 4,873,951 4,020,774Admissionfees 2,909,920 2,909,920 2,909,920 2,081,108Membership 1,625,637 1,625,637 1,625,637 1,520,790Bookstoresalesandmiscellaneous 1,451,656 1,451,656 1,451,656 1,538,954 15,421,236 9,056 15,430,292 3,875,935 19,306,227 17,664,119Netassetsreleasedfromrestrictions 3,183,675 3,183,675 (3,183,675) Total operating support and revenues 18,604,911 9,056 18,613,967 692,260 19,306,227 17,664,119

    Operating expenses Museum programs: Operations 4,562,648 4,562,648 4,562,648 4,226,653 Specialexhibitions,concerts,andlectures 1,604,071 1,604,071 1,604,071 996,623 Bookstore,includingcostofsales 1,119,121 1,119,121 1,119,121 866,585Total museum programs 7,285,840 7,285,840 7,285,840 6,089,861Library programs: Operations 3,275,492 3,275,492 3,275,492 2,992,267 Specialprograms 317,547 317,547 317,547 291,207Total library programs 3,593,039 3,593,039 3,593,039 3,283,474Total programs 10,878,879 10,878,879 10,878,879 9,373,335Supporting services: Generalandadministrative 6,250,656 6,250,656 6,250,656 5,669,293 Fundraising 1,365,482 1,365,482 1,365,482 1,326,915Total supporting services 7,616,138 7,616,138 7,616,138 6,996,208Total operating expenses 18,495,017 18,495,017 18,495,017 16,369,543

    Excess of operating support and revenues over operating expenses 109,894 9,056 118,950 692,260 811,210 1,294,576

    Nonoperating support and revenues Contributions 601,467 601,467 327,000Depreciation (1,119,045) (1,119,045) (1,119,045) (1,053,118)Acquisitionofcollectionitem (1,203,937) (1,203,937) (1,203,937) (400,000)Reductionincommitments 295,017 295,017 295,017 108,000Netinvestmentreturndesignatedfor

    long-terminvestment 4,159 9,613,359 9,617,518 (95,578) 9,521,940 12,686,904Netassetsreleasedfromrestrictions 1,200,000 1,200,000 (1,200,000) Total nonoperating support revenue and expenses 299,176 8,490,377 8,789,553 (1,295,578) 601,467 8,095,442 11,668,786

    Change in net assets 409,070 8,499,433 8,908,503 (603,318) 601,467 8,906,652 12,963,362

    Net assetsBeginningofyear $ 5,191,188 $208,484,349 $ 213,675,537 $ 5,811,844 $ 26,258,327 $245,745,708 $232,782,346Endofyear $ 5,600,258 $ 216,983,782 $222,584,040 $ 5,208,526 $ 26,859,794 $254,652,360 $245,745,708

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    44 The Frick Collection

    AnneL.Poulet

    Director

    AngelaBoulart

    Secretary/Receptionist

    Administration & Finance Department

    RobertGoldsmith

    Deputy Director and Assistant Secretary

    MarthaHackley

    Executive Assistant to the Deputy Director

    MichaelPaccione

    Controller and Assistant Treasurer

    DianeOatman

    Payroll & Benefit Coordinator

    WilliamGuyTraylor

    Accounting Coordinator

    DanaWinfield

    Head of Human Resources

    LisaFoerster

    Purchasing & Supply Room Assistant

    DanielBlankinship

    GabrielJodorkovsky

    ReidTaylor

    Mailroom Attendants (p.t.)

    Curatorial Department

    ColinB.Bailey

    Chief Curator

    DeniseAllen

    Associate Curator

    JoyceBodig

    Concert Coordinator

    MichaelBodycomb

    Photographer

    DianeFarynyk

    Registrar & Exhibition Manager

    SusanGraceGalassi

    Curator

    AllisonGalea

    Registrarial Assistant

    JosephGodla

    Conservator

    AmyHerman

    Head of Education

    MargaretIacono

    Assistant Curator

    ElaineKoss

    Editor in Chief

    MaryLydecker

    Curatorial Administrative Assistant

    CynthiaPulliam

    Educational Liaison (p.t.)

    JoannaSheers

    Curatorial Assistant

    WilliamTrachet

    Senior Conservation Technician

    MeredithWatson

    Education Liaison

    XavierF.Salomon

    Andrew W. Mellon Curatorial Fellow

    KristelSmentek

    Andrew W. Mellon Curatorial Fellow

    KimdeBeaumont

    Guest Curator

    Department of External Affairs

    RebeccaBrooke

    Manager of Publications

    AmyBusam

    Manager of Corporate & Foundation

    Relations

    MaryEmerson

    Assistant Director of Development

    MelissaKinsella

    Manager of Special Events

    CaitlinLarrabee

    Administrative Assistant for Development

    RosalieMacGowan

    Membership Coordinator

    GeethaNatarajan

    Media Relations & Marketing Coordinator

    HeidiRosenau

    Manager of Media Relations & Marketing

    ColleenTierney

    Head of Special Events

    The Frick Collection StaffAsofJune30,2006

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    Annual Report July 2005 June 2006 45

    Retail and Visitor Services

    KatherineGerlough

    Head of Retail & Visitor Services

    ZoeBrowder

    Assistant to the Head of Retail & Visitor

    Services

    BrianPantekoek

    Retail & Visitor Services Coordinator

    NancyMcGeorge

    Sales & Information Coordinator

    ErinBatson

    RujeanneBleemer

    NinaCoates

    JaniceDugan

    YvetteEdelhart

    BarbaraFeldkamp

    OdessaFraser

    CoralGroh

    AnnJaffe

    SueEllenJarvis

    JohnsonKwong

    MichaelMcCurdy

    KatherineMorris

    DialaQuashie

    RaquelSanchez

    MonicaSands

    SusanTabor

    MandakiniC.Tata

    AvelarditaTaveras

    SulahyTaveras

    JonathanTuzo

    OnekaYearwood

    Sales and Information Staff (p.t.)

    Operations Department

    DennisSweeney

    Head of Operations

    Engineering Division

    JosephCorsello

    Chief Engineer

    ColmMcCormac

    Assistant Chief Engineer

    AlexanderBrand

    CharlesW.Bulanowski

    VladimirKeylin

    JohnKowalski

    NabilMarji

    ThomasPuglia

    MikhailShusterman

    Engineers

    ConradLewis

    Electrician

    Maintenance Division

    BrianA.Anderson

    Senior Galleries Technician

    CarolCannon

    Interior Renovator & Technician

    Housekeeping Division

    MireyaRomero

    Supervisor of Housekeeping

    RonaldMoliere

    Assistant Housekeeping Supervisor

    MarieBrann

    JairoRodriguezGarcia

    KaluGaviria

    SirinaGouni

    BerthieLazare

    MatawakilouMaliki

    LouisaMoreau

    DerekOpong

    JuanPereya

    JoseSanchez

    Housekeepers

    Kitchen Division

    JosephTeresa

    Executive Chef & Kitchen Manager

    CharlesW.A.MohaceyIII

    Sous Chef

    TheanaBernadotte

    ConceptiaSaintil

    Kitchen Assistants

    Horticulture Division

    KarlGalenLee

    Horticulturalist & Special Events Designer

    BernadetteMorrell

    Flower Arranger (p.t.)

    Security Division

    DominicPhillip

    First Lieutenant for Security

    DanielCharles

    PierreJean-Franois

    Second Lieutenants for Security

    ChunilallRangasamy

    Sergeant

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    46 The Frick Collection

    LanceHartman

    DelroySlater

    Night Shift Supervisors

    ShivekarranTillack

    Night Relief Supervisor

    SabaneAdinda

    JohnA.Baker

    GloriaBlanc

    DwainBredwood

    TamaraBrown

    DanielCampbell

    GamalCarson

    GeorgesDesire

    LeslyDesmangles

    BorgiaEspinal

    LeroyEvans

    MaraGjelaj

    AnaGutierrez

    DarnellHaughton

    PearlJames

    DevaindranauthJamunaprasad

    HerveJean-Baptiste

    BillyJean-Elysee

    MarleneJoseph

    JoanelLegiste

    JosephLevasseur

    JamesLoBosco

    GuerlineLoiusdor

    JeanMayard

    RiviereMoreau

    AnthonyNeverson

    AmeelaPadarat

    EdwardPeana

    RambarakhRamkirath

    EnilSantiago

    AntoineSmallwood

    Jam