This does not mean the Frick doesn't have room for special exhibitions; it has separate spaces for temporary little shows. We want devoted readers to visit the Frick to see these paintings in person - for yourself.
The descriptions of the paintings are taken from the museum's website.
Here is a photo of the West Gallery - imagine having this room in your home as your private art collection. It's just ONE of the rooms you will see at the Frick:
The Frick welcomes quiet and respectful teens who put away all electronics, check their coats and bags and enjoy this very special museum as if they are visiting a stranger's home. The Frick is open to ALL NEW YORKERS!
The Frick Collection (more here) is EASY TO REACH at 70th Street and Fifth Avenue - take the 6 train to 68th Street / Hunter College and walk over to 5th Avenue from Lexington & 68th. Admission for teens is $10 (students with valid identification). Dog Star says go early on Sundays and pay just $1! On Sundays, pay what you wish from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Learn more about the Frick family and origins of the collection and museum here. The museum was planned as a permanent art collection to be open to the public by its founder Henry Clay Frick!