אוסף פריק (The Frick collection) הוא מוזיאון לאמנות במנהטן שבארצות הברית. המוזיאון ממוקם בבית מידות שהיה בעבר ביתו של הנרי קליי פריק, אשר תוכנן על ידי תומאס הייסטינגס ונבנה בשנת 1913-1914. האדריכל ג'ון ראסל פופ שינה והרחיב את המבנה בשנות ה-30 המוקדמות כדי להתאימו לשימוש כמוסד ציבורי. המוזיאון נפתח לציבור הרחב ב-16 בדצמבר 1935.
|יום שלישי||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|יום רביעי||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|יום חמישי||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|יום שישי||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|יום שבת||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|יום ראשון||11:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
Jennifer Powell | ינו׳ 7, 2018
I absolutely love the Frick. Combine a historic mansion on Fifth Avenue with some of the best art in the world and you get the Frick. The history is so cool and it's like stepping back in time as you walk through. Watch the video in the Auditorium - gives a great introduction if you've never been there. The special exhibitions are always welcome done as well, and feature both their own art as well as little-seen art from around the world. If you live in NY you can also attend classes and lectures there, which I highly recommend. I make it a point to come visit every time I'm in New York!
Emilie LaPrade | פבר׳ 15, 2018
This is a beautiful art collection and not only that, the architecture is amazing. Every detail about the building is as much a masterpiece as the art itself, from the floorboards, to the chair rails to the crown molding, ceilings and everything in between. You are really doing yourself a disservice if your don't spend some time looking up. It's such an amazing example of the craftsmanship of the era. You can really feel how much the artisans who worked on all the details of the building and furniture and not only the art just poured their heart and souls into their work. I was honestly moved to tears at some points, because it was just so beautiful to see all this work, that people had created not with a machine, but with their own two hands. The detail and perfection are something you simply never see anymore. The frames around the paintings are often as much a work of art as the paintings themselves. The cabinets that the the statuary and clocks and vases sit on have the same quality, be often being just as beautiful as the works themselves. Anyone who appreciates architecture, or woodwork will be in heaven in this place, I know I was, I spent hours here just absorbing every detail. Unfortunately they don't let you take pictures throughout most the museum but they offer a nice selection of postcards of the artworks and I have to admit, be because I couldn't take any pictures I was forced to enjoy and to remember the work better that if I had been able to take all the pictures in the world. They have a coat check and a restroom a both as be plus in NYC, though the building is cooler than average for to the amount of art and it's storage needs. On Wednesday's you can pay what you think it's fair and I believe every other day if the week it is $22 for adults, I don't recall for children or seniors but I do recall that no children under age 10 are allowed in to see the collection to prevent damage. It's just a truly beautiful place, the work that way put into the building, Frick's amazing collection of books reflect the sort of man he was. The paintings even include as Monet and a couple of Rembrandt's and a Renoir or two I believe, as well as at least one and I believe two Degas' not to mention countless other artists that I could not even begin to name. If you want to visit a smaller museum that you can actually do in a day, be this is the one to go to. The only thing I wish is that my father could have seen it before he passed, he would have loved it, he did so much woodworking and he would have appreciated the craftsmanship so much, I know he would have been as moved as I was.
Passionate About Traveling | ינו׳ 23, 2018
Lovely setting, great art, beautiful original mansion on mansion row, interesting history. A large Art Collection belonging to Millionaire Industrialist Henry Clay Frick, displayed in his residence. Loved the gorgeous setting and Architecture of this museum. It's a mansion built in the gilded age, and so many of the NYC mansions have sadly been demolished! The Art Collection is fabulous too. I recommend pulling up the audio tour on your phone, bring your headset! Or the museum has an audio tour they offer. I could have spent a few hours there, but the group I was with wanted to power thru. People who work there could be more upbeat, so it gets a one star ding.
Lou Golia | פבר׳ 26, 2018
It was a wonderful experience unfortunately as a country we don’t have the time to enjoy the great artists as much as we should. Please continue to make these great works available to the public. I only wish I had an earlier appreciation of such great works. Art and music has become my life.
K. M. Piper | ינו׳ 30, 2018
It's a small museum that you can see in an afternoon in about an hour, but well worth it. The collection of artwork is phenomenal. After seeing the gallery I took the time to admire the architecture as well. The building itself is art! Also, if you go on a Wednesday you can get in for free. Remember to pick up their complimentary listening device which gives details on each of the pieces, as well as the design of some of the rooms.
Bryan Nguyen | מרץ 25, 2018
Very nice museum and a strict no photos allowed within the gallery except for the Garden Court. No kids allowed 10 and under because of preservation and ropes. Nice revolving collections on display and there is a room where you can view a short film about the history of the Frick. Coat and backpack check is free but no luggage allowed
Priscilla Avila | יוני 27, 2018
From someone who was born in NYC, I am shocked that I did not know about this Art museum! The place is gorgeous! I love how by just walking into the place you get taken back decades. They also have a library on 71st. Great, quiet place to learn about the history of Art. They offer so many great exhibits year round. The staff is friendly and well-mannered. The walk to the museum is good too, since The Frick is tucked away in a very well-kept neighborhood of Manhattan (Right next to Central Park! )
Thunder Birb | יוני 18, 2018
Astounding. The tickets are $22 on Sundays but I would pay $50 for the experience. You must go to this if you fancy art museums. Takes about 2 hours to see everything, but I would suggest 5-6 hours if you really want to take everything in. The furniture, metalwork, even the architecture serves as a piece which deserves attention and admiration. I would love to be here by myself if I could. Phenomenal.
AJ T | מאי 16, 2018
6 Stars. Love, love, love this small collection of excellent art items ranging from paintings, sculptures and decorative pieces. The Frick Collection is a small museum on one level located in the former Frick Residence. This is my favourite NYC museum besides The Met. I agree with another reviewer that if you don't have a lot of time and/or have limited mobility, this exceptional museum is a great choice. The only negative (or positive?) is that no photos are allowed. I only had a couple of hours, but wish I could have spend more time to admire the quality of the pieces at this wonderful museum. It's a must see if you visit NYC.
Jennifer Riggin | מאי 31, 2018
Classic mansion fro Henry Frick next to Central Park. He was one of the robber barons of the Victoria era. Beautiful art of European styles mostly. Saw three Fragonard panels from high ceilings to floor. These were given from Louis XV ? To his mistress. Beautiful Rococco art. The fountain in the middle of the house is quite romantic and beautiful. One tip. Men if you want propose to your ladies, this is a sure spot.
Kentee Pasek | יוני 14, 2018
This place is a delight for the design of the building and the feel of the place. You are walking in a real home not just a museum. The collections are thought out and the taste of art is precise.The layout of the home is easy to navigate. Be sure to pick up a device at the front entry before you begin walking around. In each room there is a main display number and if you press that number into your devise you hear stories of the room and the home. There are extra ones on the art and furniture in the rooms as well. This device is so worth it. I have been in so many other museums where the device is terrible but here it is fantastic! It enhances the experience. I highly recommend this out of the way experience and a peek into the lifestyle of American Industrial Revolution. My only wish was to see the upstairs bedrooms like you can do in Rhode Island Breakers. But the first floor was a delight. The fact the original furniture, window coverings, rugs and decorations are still all there made this place so much fun to visit. Note: No photos are allowed inside. Children under 10 not admitted. That being said children under 10 could find this place boring. It is very proper and somewhat formal in the late 1800s special way. It is a delight to anyone who loves architecture, fine classical art and portraits, interior design, Downtown Abbey era.
Priscilla Avila | אוג׳ 15, 2018
From someone who was born in NYC, I am shocked that I did not know about this Art museum/collection! The place is gorgeous! I love how by just walking into the place you get taken back centuries. They also have a library on 71st. Great, quiet place to learn about the history of Art. They offer so many great exhibits year round. The staff is friendly and well-mannered. The walk to the museum is good too, since The Frick is tucked away in a very well-kept neighborhood of Manhattan (Right next to Central Park! )
Marc Liberts | יולי 13, 2018
This is an outstanding museum with outstanding architecture and very outstanding artworks. Price of admission is about $22 for adults. We went on a Friday early afternoon and the museum was not crowded. You can get a self-guided audio tour machine for free and I would recommend that if you have the time. The collection spans across a number of rooms in this Mansion which was converted to an art museum. In addition upon entry, there is an auditorium where they play a short 10-minute movie about the creator of the museum and the building as well as the artwork. Took about 1 hour to walk at a slow pace to see all of the paintings and some of the sculptures. High quality attraction very high quality paintings and sculptures. Very highly recommended if you like art, appreciate architecture, and have some time in this area. Very highly recommended!
Calvin Phoon | אוג׳ 10, 2018
Visited in a weekend with friends. This is a really beautiful Gilded Age mansion filled with an extensive collection of paintings, sculptures and furniture from multiple periods. A bit expensive at $25 per ticket, but a good way to spend an hour or two. The atrium, with plants, a fountain and a skylight is especially peaceful. It's right across from Central Park, so this would definitely be a great idea for a date.
Clint Walker | אוג׳ 12, 2018
One of the most incredible collections available for public viewing. Just remember, no children allowed under 11 years of age. The art is really that special. Every room will have you in awe. Give yourself at least 3 hours in order to take it all in. The entire mansion is a work of art.