The Museum occupies the 145-acre former Frick Estate which includes a three-story Georgian mansion, formal garden, an architecturally-significant restored trellis, rare specimen trees, and marked walking trails.
The permanent collection of more than 500 art objects spans American and European art of the 19th- and 20th-centuries. Encompassing all types of media, the collection includes works by Rodin, Braque, Vuillard, Bonnard, Lichtenstein, Rivers, Rauschenberg, Chaim Gross, Moses Soyer, Frank Stella, and Alex Katz among many others. Major temporary exhibitions are organized by the museum's own curatorial staff.
A Sculpture Park on the grounds presents more than 40 sculptural works by Tom Otterness, Fernando Botero, Chaim Gross, Alejandro Colunga, Masayuki Nagare, Richard Serra, Manolo Valdes, among others.
Artists use the magic of perceptual illusion to fool viewers
Brilliant works of a tight group of musicians, artists and writers from the 1920s