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					                                                                                                                                                             Those daughters of our fields seem
                                                                                                                                                             then to be transfigured, the reflections
                                                                                                                                                                                                          EXHIBITION PROGRAMS
                                                                                                                                                             of the heavens giving them the
                                                                                                                                                             semblance of being surrounded by             Clayton Features:                                    and Henry Clay Frick’s role as one of
                                                                                                                                                             a natural halo.                              The Last Gleanings                                   the premier collectors of his time. On
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Thursdays, November 5 and 12                         the tour you will see Mr. Frick’s earliest
                                                                                                                                                             This is the hour which always                2:00–2:15 p.m                                        documented painting purchases and
                                                                                                                                                             moved me most, and which I have              Meet at the Clayton porte cochère                    learn about how his tastes and skill
                                                                                                                                                             all my life tried to express. I believe
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Formerly owned by Henry Clay Frick                   as a collector evolved. You will also
“Home”                                                                                                                                                       I have never succeeded better than
                                                                                                                                                             in your painting.
                                                                                                                                                             Awaiting the pleasure of seeing you

                                                                                                                                                                                                          and on loan from The Huntington
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Library, Art Collection and Botanical
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               learn about other prominent Pittsburgh
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               collectors, and how the paintings the
 for the                                                                                                                                                     again, I beg of you, dear Mr. Frick,
                                                                                                                                                             to receive from both Mrs. Breton and

                                                                                                                                                                                                          Gardens, Jules-Adolphe Breton’s The
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Last Gleanings comes home to Clayton
                                                                                                                                                                                                          for a brief time. This short gallery talk

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Fricks bought did or did not fit into
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               the standards of the time.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Until April, this tour will have
 Holidays                                                                                                                                                    myself the assurance of our best
                                                                                                                                                             wishes and the expression of our
                                                                                                                                                             warmest sympathies.

                                                                                                                                                                                                          explores this painting’s history and its
                                                                                                                                                                                                          place in Gilded Age collecting.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               the very special addition of The Last
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Gleanings by Jules Breton. You won’t
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Free and open to the public.                         want to miss this rare opportunity to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               view this work of art.
 Beginning this fall, The Last
                                                                                                                                                          T     he painting was hung in the
                                                                                                                                                                dining room at Clayton, where it
                                                                                                                                                          is visible in period photographs, and is
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Tour of Clayton: Art and
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Culture in the Gilded Age

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Tour space is limited, so please call
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               412-371-0600 for information and reser-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               vations. We cannot guarantee your space
                                                                                                                                                          recorded on the household inventory of          Beginning Sunday, January 10, 2010
 Gleanings by Jules-Adolphe Breton                                                                                                                                                                                                                             on a tour without a prior reservation but
                                                                                                                                                          1903. After 1903, it is no longer on the        Tuesdays and Sundays at 12:30 p.m.
 (1827–1906) will once again hang                                                                                                                                                                                                                              don’t forget that members are always
 over the mantel in the dining room at            Photograph attributed to Lewis Stephany (1874–1952), Clayton Dining Room, c. 1900. The Last Gleanings   Pittsburgh inventory; it was likely moved       Beginning in January, we invite you                  free! Also, please remember that for
 Clayton. Thanks to a six-month loan from         by Jules-Adolphe Breton hangs over the fireplace.                                                       to the Fricks’ rented residence at 640          to join us for a special tour of Clayton             the care of our collection, no large
 The Huntington Library, Art Collection                                                                                                                   Fifth Avenue in New York, or perhaps            highlighting the many paintings and                  bags, shopping bags, backpacks, or
 and Botanical Gardens in San Marino,                 By 1895, the art-buying and art-                         Breton was popular in Pittsburgh as he     spent time at their summer home in              prints hanging throughout house. This                photography is permitted in Clayton.
 California, visitors will get a glimpse of the   viewing public was well aware of Breton’s                was elsewhere in the United States, and        Massachusetts. A new frame was purchased        tour uses works of art to discuss the
 painting as it was installed at the Frick        “best manner.” The artist had developed                  his works were displayed in the Carnegie       for $240 on October 23, 1905, and it is         culture of collecting in the Gilded Age
 home during the years 1895–1903.                 a reputation for peasant scenes, more                    Annuals of 1896, 1897 and 1898. Paintings      likely that this was to suit the painting
     In the summer of 1895, Henry Clay            idealized than those of Jean-François Millet             by Breton formerly in local 19th-century       better in its new location, wherever that
 Frick and his family traveled to Europe,         (1814–1875), his older contemporary and                  collections remain in the collections of the   might have been.
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Jules-Adolphe Breton (French, 1827–1906). The Last Gleanings, 1895. Oil on canvas, 36 1/2 x 55
 where they met a number of artists. Frick,       a more famous painter of peasant life.                   Carnegie Museum of Art and the Duquesne            Frick often kept paintings on a trial          inches. The Huntington Library, Art Collection, and Botanical Gardens.
 who was beginning what would become              Breton’s canvases are, however, imbued                   Club. Breton’s 1890 autobiography, The         basis, or later returned them to Knoedler
 an enduring relationship with the dealers        with a deep sensitivity to the natural                   Life of An Artist, was quite popular and       for credit toward future purchases.
 M. Knoedler and Co., went on a bit of a          environment and an appreciation for                      the Fricks owned a copy of the English         Between 1890 and 1905, while Clayton
 buying spree. That year 18 of his 25 art         atmospheric effects. Millet is famously                  language edition.                              was the Frick family’s main residence,
 purchases were made through Knoedler.            said to have remarked that Breton only                       In November 1895, Frick received the       at least 54 works were exchanged or
 His purchases for 1895, in total, added up       painted the pretty girls, the ones who left              following letter from Breton:                  returned to dealers for credit as Frick’s
 to over $76,000—an indication that his           the village to get married.                                                                             tastes changed or his collecting interests
                                                                                                               Dear Mr. Frick,                            evolved. The Last Gleanings was returned
 collecting was becoming more ambitious               Breton’s pretty girls were, like those of
 and broader in scope.                            other French academic artists who worked                     Both Mrs. Breton and myself remember       to M. Knoedler and Co. on January 1,
     Frick bought The Last Gleanings on           with similar subject matter, hugely popular                  with great pleasure your too short visit   1907 for $25,000 towards the purchase
 August 23, 1895. At $14,000, it was the          with American collectors right around the                    at Courrières.                             of a Rembrandt self-portrait now in The
 most expensive painting he had purchased         turn of the 20th century. The idealized                                                                 Frick Collection, New York. Breton had
                                                                                                               We often speak of you and congratulate
 up to that time. It’s quite likely that Frick    agrarian scenes of Breton, Julien Dupré,                                                                died in July 1906, and one can speculate
                                                                                                               ourselves that my painting, The Last
 saw the painting when he visited with            William-Adolphe Bouguereau, and others                                                                  whether the artist’s death had any impact
                                                                                                               Gleanings, has become the property of
 Breton at his studio in his hometown             found welcome spaces on the walls of                                                                    on Frick’s decision to trade the painting.
                                                                                                               an amateur of your merit.
 of Courrières in northern France. The            American industrialists where their works                                                                   The Last Gleanings is now traveling to
 painting also had been displayed that            evoked nostalgia for a rapidly vanishing                     This painting, one of my favorites,        Pittsburgh for at least the third time in its
 spring in the Salon of 1895, where               rural way of life. Sowing, gleaning and                      expresses a feeling I have frequently      history, since it was also borrowed in 1997
 The New York Times noted on April 28             harvesting also have references to biblical                  felt before the majestic simplicity and    to be part of the exhibition Collecting in
 that the painting was executed in the            themes and can be read as metaphors for                      beauty of our rustic scenes, when          the Gilded Age: Art Patronage in
 “master’s best manner.”                          the condition of humankind in general.                       bathed in the last rays of the sun.        Pittsburgh, 1890–1910.
                                                 EXHIBITION
                                                 PROGRAMS—
                                                 Icons of American
                                                 Photography and
                                                 Esther Bubley
                                                 Friday Features Gallery Talks
 From the Director                               Icons of American
 “It was the best of times,                      Photography: A Century
     it was the worst of times…”                 of Photographs from the
                                                 Cleveland Museum of Art
  For museums and other arts organizations,
                                                 Fridays through December 18
  Charles Dickens might well have been
                                                 2:00 p.m.
  describing Pittsburgh in 2009 rather than      The Frick Art Museum
  England and France in 1775. Attendance
                                                 These short gallery talks offer insight
  at the Frick and participation in our
                                                 into a variety of subjects and themes
                         programs are up.
                                                 related to the exhibition. Frick
                         Our cool summer
                                                 education and curatorial staff explore
                         kept our grounds
                                                 the work of individual photographers            Icons of American Photography:
                         looking green and
                                                 or introduce topics such as a century           A Century of Photographs from the Cleveland Museum of Art
                         beautiful. The world                                                    Through January 3, 2010
                                                 of portraiture, stylistic trends and
                         visited Pittsburgh in
                                                 documentary images of America’s                 This exhibition, which opened at The Frick Art Museum in early October, includes 59 images that
                         September and saw                                                       chronicle the evolution of photography. Masters of the medium whose works are on view include
                                                 changing social, political and
                         what a wonderful                                                        Mathew Brady, Timothy H. O’Sullivan, William Henry Jackson, Eadweard Muybridge, Clarence H. White,
                                                 economic scene.                                 Alfred Stieglitz, Edward Steichen, Paul Strand, Edward Weston, Imogen Cunningham, Margaret Bourke-
                         place this is. It has
                                                 Free and open to the public.                    White, James VanDerZee, Dorothea Lange, Walker Evans, Robert Frank, and Aaron Siskind.
                         felt like the best
                         of times.                                                                          This exhibition is organized by the Cleveland Museum of Art. This exhibition is supported
                                                 Film Screening: That’s                                     in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.
                              But, we all know   Pediatrics—A Documentary
Bill Bodine, Director
                         difficulties that lie                                                              Complementing Icons of American Photography is Children's Hospital 1951: Photographs
                                                 of Children's Hospital of                                  by Esther Bubley, a selection of photographs by Esther Bubley on loan from the Children’s
  beneath the surface. Our endowment has         Pittsburgh UPMC in 1951                                    Hospital Foundation and the Esther Bubley Archives. In 1951, Bubley was hired by the
  suffered during this recession, and we         Wednesdays through December 31                  Pittsburgh Photographic Library to live at the hospital and take photographs of the doctors at work over
  are trying to serve greater numbers of         3:00 p.m.                                       a period of several weeks. Forty prints from this series were chosen by Edward Steichen to be included in
  visitors with fewer resources. The state                                                       his groundbreaking 1952 exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, Diogenes with a Camera.
                                                 The Frick Art Museum
  went without a final budget for more than      This award-winning, 22-minute color               Support for the Pittsburgh presentation of Icons of American Photography: A Century of Photographs
  100 days. Community resources have                                                             from the Cleveland Museum of Art and Children's Hospital 1951: Photographs by Esther Bubley is
                                                 film was directed by Barbara McNulty,           provided, in part, by The Fine Foundation
  been stretched as we all try to maintain       M.D., and Kenneth Love, inspired by
  services for those in need.                    the images on view in Children’s                Charles L. Weed (American, 1824–1903). Yosemite Valley from Mariposa Trail, c. 1865. Mammoth
       As we enter the Season of Giving,                                                         albumen print from wet collodion negative, 21 7/8 x 27 15/16 in. The Cleveland Museum of Art.
                                                 Hospital 1951: Photographs by                   John L. Severance Fund 2002.43
  I hope that all of our members and             Esther Bubley.
  friends will once again include the            Free and open to the public.
  Frick among their long list of deserving                                                  Bubley, Jamie Gruzska explores some                         Productions and Steeplechase Films
  recipients. The Frick serves so many in        Gallery Evening:                           of the motives and methods used by                          and narrated by David Ogden Stiers,
  our community—school children, senior          Conversations & Cocktails—                 artists in the creation of work which                       Ansel Adams interweaves archival
  citizens, young people in our community        Photographer’s Vision                      articulates popular culture. Standards-                     footage, photographic images, the
  centers—from every walk of life. We            Tuesday, November 10                       based activities in the galleries and                       artist’s own writing, and interviews
  are more than a beautiful place. We are        7:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.                        lesson plans connected to a variety of                      with those who knew and studied the
  an educational institution that, through       The Frick Art Museum                       curricula will allow teachers to adapt                      man and his work. 100 minutes. Made
  our wide range of programs, provides           Ellen Fleurov, Executive Director,         workshop techniques for grade level                         possible by the American Experience,
  valuable experiences to our schools and        Silver Eye Center for Photography          and interest. Boxed lunch included.                         in association with the Ansel Adams
  community service facilities. A gift to        Sue Abramson, Associate Professor          $12 teacher members; $16 non-members                        Publishing Trust.
  the Frick is a gift to many, and I hope        of Photography, Pittsburgh                 and guests. Advance registration and                        Free and open to the public.
  you will generously answer our call for        Filmmakers                                 pre-payment required.
  your support.                                                                                                                                         Art at Noon: Esther Bubley—
                                                 As our country matured and trans-
       The Holiday Season at the Frick is                                                   Family Workshop:                                            American Photojournalist
                                                 formed in the decades leading into and
  a wonderful time of the year. Clayton is                                                  Picture This!                                               Wednesday, December 2
                                                 through the 20th century, American
  festively decorated for the season. The                                                   Sunday, November 15                                         12:00 p.m.
                                                 photographers envisioned its progress
  Café at the Frick is a quiet and delightful                                               1:00–4:30 p.m.                                              The Frick Art Museum
                                                 and its people, experimenting with
  escape from the bustle of the holidays.                                                   Ages 7–12                                                   Linda Benedict-Jones, Curator of
                                                 new techniques and methods of artistic
  The Car and Carriage Museum transports                                                    Join us for a photo-rific afternoon.                        Photography, Carnegie Museum
                                                 expression. Experience these visions
  us to a simpler time. And, this year,                                                     First, explore the works of America’s                       of Art
                                                 from two different perspectives: through
  The Frick Art Museum provides the                                                         great photographers in our special                          During the golden age of photojournal-
                                                 the eyes of curator Ellen Fleurov and
  opportunity to explore the development                                                    exhibition and learn all about the                          ism, Esther Bubley distinguished
                                                 artist Sue Abramson. A reception of
  of American photography from 1850 to                                                      elements of photography. Next, point                        herself with captivating images of
                                                 light hors d’oeuvres and the “Picture
  1950. As always, we have something                                                        and click your way around our five-acre                     ordinary people as well as industrial
                                                 Perfect” cocktail will precede the
  for everyone.                                                                             site, experimenting with various styles,                    scenes. Linda Benedict-Jones leads you
                                                 gallery talks.
       Please accept my gratitude for your                                                  vantage points, subjects, and moods.                        on a journey through the career and
                                                 $20 members; $25 non-members
  attendance, your participation, and your                                                  Finally, pick your best shots and                           work of this exceptional photographer,
                                                 and guests. Advance registration and
  financial support in these undeniably                                                     assemble your selections in a unique                        whose work spanned the 1940s to
                                                 pre-payment required.
  remarkable times.                                                                         family album. Bring your own digital                        1960s.
                                                 Act 48 Teacher Workshop:                   camera or use one of ours.                                  Free and open to the public.
                                                 American Photo Album—                      $8 child members; $10 child non-
                                                 How Do Images Define Our                   members. Free to accompanying adults.                       Photographer unknown, Esther Bubley, c. 1960.
                                                                                                                                                        Courtesy of Jean Bubley.
                                                 Understanding of Culture?                  Advance registration and pre-payment
                                                 Saturday, November 14                      required.
                                                 10:00 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
                                                 The Frick Art Museum                       Film at Noon: Ansel Adams
                                                 Jamie Gruzska, Special Faculty and         Thursday, November 19
                                                 College of Fine Arts Photography           12:00 p.m.
                                                 Administrator at Carnegie Mellon           The Frick Art Museum
                                                 University                                 Ansel Adams is considered by many
                                                 Using images from the exhibitions,         to be a pioneer photographer in style
                                                 Icons of American Photography:             and technique as well as a passionate
                                                 A Century of Photographs from the          champion for the environment.
                                                 Cleveland Museum of Art and Children’s     Written and directed by Ric Burns,
                                                 Hospital 1951: Photographs by Esther       co-produced by Sierra Club

      2
 1934:
 A NEW DEAL
 FOR ARTISTS
 January 30–April 25, 2010
 The exhibition 1934: A New Deal for
 Artists provides a view of America in
 1934 as seen through the eyes of its
 painters. Simultaneously exuberant,
 colorful, serious, and diverse, the 55
 paintings—drawn from the collection
 of the Smithsonian American Art
 Museum—provide a composite portrait
 of America during the Depression.
      In 1934, President Franklin Delano
 Roosevelt’s administration created the
 Public Works of Art Project, a bold
 move demonstrating the necessity
 of support for art, artists and the
 American spirit during difficult
 economic times. The first federal
 government program to support the
 arts nationally, the Public Works of
 Art Program paid artists to embellish
 public buildings, and provided them
 with a sense of pride and mission in
 serving and inspiring their country.
 While the program lasted just seven
 months, it funded 3,750 artists who
 produced 15,600 artworks at a cost          Ross Dickinson (American, 1903–1977), Valley Farms, 1934. Oil on canvas, 39 7/8 x 50 1/8 in. Smithsonian American Art Museum.
                                             Transfer from the U.S. Department of Labor.
 of $1,312,000.
      The 55 paintings selected for
 the exhibition were created by 54           E X H I B I T I O N P R O G R A M S — 1934: A New Deal for Artists
 artists—men and women whose
 birthplaces spanned the country (and        Friday Features Gallery Talks                          Act 48 Teacher Workshop:                                the paintings of the exhibition, 1934:
 in some cases the globe), and who           Fridays, February 5–April 23                           Encouraging Creativity with                             A New Deal for Artists. Learn activities
 represent a distinctly diverse vision       2:00 p.m.                                              Informal Learning                                       to encourage self-directed learning with
 of America. The artists were given          The Frick Art Museum                                   Saturday, February 20                                   standards-based activities and lesson
 little direction, except to depict the      In brief gallery talks, Frick education                10:00 a.m.–3:30 p.m.                                    plans. Boxed lunch included.
 “American scene” and a sense of             and curatorial staff highlight aspects                 The Frick Art Museum                                    $12 teacher members; $16 non-members
 both shared experiences and regional        of the exhibition by discussing the                    The period in our history following the                 and guests. Advance registration and
 particularities permeates their can-        artists and administrators of The Public               Great Depression presented situations                   pre-payment required.
 vases. Scenes of ice skating, baseball,     Works of Art Project of 1934 (PWAP),                   in which the government and individual
 subways, highways, and farms convey         the relationship of economics and                      citizens needed to learn new ways to
 a sense of commonality, while specific      art and Depression-era narratives,                     deal with extraordinary circumstances.
 landscapes and cityscapes—like the          including the building of the                          This workshop looks at the history and
 two canvases by Pittsburgh artist Harry     Cathedral of Learning.                                 culture of that era as it is reflected in
 W. Scheuch (1906–1978) depicting            Free and open to the public.
 the construction of the Cathedral of
 Learning at the University of               Attack Theatre—Some
 Pittsburgh—provide glimpses of              Assembly Required at
 distinct sites that convey a broader        the Frick                                                                                                                                    Martin Johnson
                                                                                                                                                                                          Heade (American,
 sense of shared urban experience.           Friday, February 19
                                                                                                                                                                                          1819–1904), Jersey
      Organized by the Smithsonian           7:30 p.m.                                                                                                                                    Meadows with a
 American Art Museum to celebrate            The Frick Art Museum                                                                                                                         Fisherman, 1877. Oil
 the 75th anniversary of the Public                                                                                                                                                       on canvas, 13 5/8 x
                                             This performance is part of Attack
                                                                                                                                                                                          26 1/2 in. The
 Works of Art Program, the paintings         Theatre’s process/performance series,                                                                                                        Newark Museum,
 have been selected from their unparal-      Assemble This, a two-week artistic jaunt                                                                                                     Sophronia Anderson
 leled collection of works created as        that turns the city—with the help of                                                                                                         Bequest Fund,
                                                                                                                                                                                          46.156.
 part of the PWA. 1934: A New Deal for       multiple galleries, museums and
 Artists is organized and circulated by      cultural institutions—into a “wickedly
 the Smithsonian American Art Museum         entertaining” kinetic canvas. Attack
 with support from the William R.            Theatre’s critically acclaimed Some
 Kenan, Jr. Endowment Fund and the           Assembly Required has been performed                          UPCOMING EXHIBITION
 Smithsonian Council for American Art.       around the world and engages the                              Small But Sublime: Intimate Views by Durand,
 The C. F. Foundation in Atlanta sup-        audience with creation, improvisation                         Bierstadt and Inness
 ports the museum’s traveling exhibition     and performance inspired by specific                          The Frick Art Museum
 program, Treasures to Go.                   works of art. Combining dance, original                       May 15 – August 15, 2010
                                             live music and visual art, Attack                             Nearly 20 American artists spanning the Hudson River School to American
 CATALOGUE                                   Theatre produces “delicious moments                           Impressionism are represented in these small-scale paintings from the superb
 A fully illustrated, full-color catalogue   of intimacy” among the audience,                              collection of the Newark Museum. Beginning with the Hudson River School in the
 co-published by the Smithsonian             artists and works of art. More                                1820s, landscape served as a vehicle for expressing national identity and pride in
 American Art Museum and D Giles             information is available at                                   the wonders of the land. Artists such as Albert Bierstadt (1830–1902), Asher B.
 Ltd. in London, features an essay by        www.attacktheatre.com. Tickets,                               Durand (1796–1886) and Jasper Cropsey (1823–1900) were intent on creating
 Roger Kennedy, historian and director       available at www.proartstickets.org,                          distinctly American scenes. Later, during the Civil War and in the years following,
 emeritus of the Smithsonian’s National      are $20 general admission; $15 students                       this ardent nationalism waned as French landscape painting and the Barbizon
 Museum of American History; individ-        and seniors; $10 members of all                               school influenced a younger generation of painters including George Inness
 ual entries for each artwork by Ann         participating institutions.                                   (1825–1894), John Pope (1820–1881) and Mary Moran (1842–1899). By the
 Prentice Wagner and an introduction by                                                                    1890s, Impressionism, with its broken brushstrokes and brilliant hues, became the
 the museum’s director, Elizabeth Broun.                                                                   avant-garde style in America. Together, these small but sublime canvases provide
 Hardcover: $44.96 members; $49.95                                                                         an overview of the approaches to landscape in the second half of the nineteenth
 non-members. Softcover: $30 members;                                                                      century and illustrate shifts in broader social attitudes towards nature and
 $34 non-members.                                                                                          American identity. This exhibition is organized by the Newark Museum.



CALL 412-371-0600 MONDAY – SUNDAY BETWEEN 9:00 A.M. AND 5:00 P.M. FOR RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION.
CALL 412-205-2022 MONDAY – FRIDAY BETWEEN 9:00 A.M. AND 5:00 P.M. FOR ALL CHILDREN, FAMILY AND TEACHER PROGRAMS.
                     Holidays                                                                                    at               the FRICK
                                                                                        visiting—when gentlemen called on ladies—
                                                                                        have a special significance in this new tour.
                                                                                            Etiquette books from the late 19th century,
                                                                                        archival documents and museum artifacts help
                                                                                        illustrate calling protocol, correct attire, proper
                                                                                        topics of conversation, and appropriate
                                                                                        refreshments.
                                                                                            The focal point of our seasonal display will
                                                                                        be a holiday “kettledrum.” An informal tea for
                                                                                        men as well as women, the kettledrum’s curious
                                                                                        name derives from a number of sources: “drum” is an old-fashioned word for
                                                                                        entertainment and “kettle” connotes tea. The lively chatter at this late-afternoon
                                                                                        gathering reminded participants of the rumble of a kettledrum, or timpani. Beginning
                                                                                        with a tea setting in the parlor, the theme of calling and hospitality will be discussed
                                                                                        throughout the first floor of the house.
                                                                                            A very special addition to Clayton is the loan of The Last Gleanings by Jules-
                                                                                        Adolphe Breton from The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical
                                                                                                                                  Gardens in San Marino, California. This

      At Home at Clayton:                                                                                                         painting was once in the collection of Henry
                                                                                                                                  Clay Frick, and archival photographs show

                    Christmas and the Traditions of Calling                                                                       that it hung above the fireplace in the dining
                                                                                                                                  room, where it will return this holiday season
                                                                                                                                  (see article on page 1). The dining room table
When should a lady first call upon a new and desirable acquaintance? How and                                                      setting reflects the subtle golden and pastel
when should one leave a calling card? This year, the holiday tour at Clayton answers    hues of this harvest scene while sideboards and tables shimmer with grand serving
these questions as it takes a closer look at the customs of calling and receiving       pieces like a cut-glass punch bowl, brass samovar and enameled Russian tea set
visitors during the Gilded Age. Family Christmas celebrations and New Year’s Day        from Tiffany.




Holiday Programs for Kids, Adults
                                            Golden Tidings Gallery Talks                CarKids: One Horse Open
Holiday                                     Thursdays, December 3, 10, 17
                                            2:00 p.m.
                                                                                        Sleigh

Hours and
                                                                                        Saturday, December 5
                                            The Frick Art Museum                        11:00–11:45 a.m.
                                                                                        Family program, kids ages 4–8                                                   Giovanni di

Tours                                       In these brief gallery talks in The
                                            Frick Art Museum’s Italian Gallery,
                                            discover decorative and mystical early-
                                                                                        Car and Carriage Museum
                                                                                        Check out our real jingle bells and
                                                                                                                                                                        Paolo (Sienese,
                                                                                                                                                                        1398-1483).
                                                                                                                                                                        Nativity (detail),
November 19 – January 3                     Renaissance works from Siena, where         sleigh, and learn how people made                                               c. 1450. Tempera
Clayton and the site are open                                                                                                                                           on panel, 23 x
                                            artists used gold and precious pigments     wintertime fun with sleighs, sleds and                                          17 1/4 in. Frick
from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.                                                         skates one hundred years ago. Make
                                            to embellish their devotional paintings.                                                                                    Art & Historical
Docent-led holiday tours are
                                            Free and open to the public.                your own wearable jingle bells.                                                 Center,
available with the last tour                                                                                                                                            Pittsburgh
                                                                                        Free program, includes take-home
beginning at 4:00 p.m. Please see
additional date information below.          Kick Off the Holidays!                      activity.
                                            Kettledrum Tea
November 27                                 Sunday, November 22                         Family Workshop:                              Coffee and Culture:
Clayton and the site are open from          1:30–4:00 p.m.                              Pretty Paper                                  Expressions of Belief
10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. This is a        Clayton, Lexington Education                Sunday, December 6                            Wednesday, December 9
special tour-at-your-own-pace day,          Center                                      1:00–4:00 p.m.                                10:00 a.m.
with the last admission to Clayton          Ages 12–adult                               Ages 6–12, with accompanying adult            Lexington Education Center
at 4:30 p.m.                                Begin your holidays in grand style          Lexington Education Center
                                                                                                                                      Beth Braughler, Assistant Curator
                                            with a kettledrum tea that was all the      Wrapping paper, gift tags, cards, and         of Education
December 9, 11, 16, and 18
                                            rage in Victorian society. Find out about   bows—get started on your list (and
The site is open from 10:00 a.m.                                                                                                      Artists in late-Middle-Ages Italy
                                            the etiquette of visiting and hosting       your holiday fun!) with an afternoon
until 9:00 p.m. The Café is open                                                                                                      favored a jewel-toned and gilded
until 9:00 p.m., with the last
                                            these elegant teas. Your afternoon          of creativity. Make a cheery selection
                                                                                                                                      decorative style in their depictions of
seating at 7:30 p.m. Clayton is open        includes a tour of Clayton dressed for      of paper items for your own use or for
                                                                                                                                      figures of the Christian faith. By the
until 8:00 p.m., with the last tour         the holidays and a kettledrum tea with      gifts. Hot chocolate and cookies make
                                                                                                                                      early 15th century, more naturalistic
beginning at 7:00 p.m.                      savories and sweets.                        your time together complete!
                                                                                                                                      styles heralded the beginnings of the
                                            $25 members; $30 non-members and            $5 child members; $7 child non-
                                                                                                                                      Renaissance. Join Assistant Curator of
November 26, December 24                    guests. Advance registration and pre-       members and guests. Free to accompa-
                                                                                                                                      Education Beth Braughler over coffee
and 25 and January 1                        payment required.                           nying adults. Advance registration and
The entire site is closed.
                                                                                                                                      as she explores Helen Clay Frick’s
                                                                                        pre-payment required.
                                                                                                                                      collection of 14th- and 15th-century
                                                                                                                                      Italian art.
                                                                                                                                      $8 members; $10 non-members
                                                                                                                                      and guests.




4
                                                                                                               At this festive
        Clayton tours fill                                                                                     time of the year,
       quickly during the                                                                                        indulge in culinary works of
          holidays and                                                                                           art, choice wines, attentive
      advance reservations                                                                                       service, and The Café’s
                                                                                                                 intimate ambiance!
           are strongly
                                                                                                                 The Café’s creative and masterful approach to food
         recommended.                                                                                            includes a philosophy of culinary excellence and a
            Please call                                                                                          dedication to preparing its entire menu from scratch
                                                                                                                 in our kitchen on the historic Frick grounds.The
          412-371-0600.                                                                                          Café’s distinctive menu changes often and includes:
                                                                                                                 • a choice of fresh seasonal soups

                                                                                                                 • refreshing gourmet salads

                                                                                                                 • creative sandwiches

                                                                                                                 • exciting entrées

                                                                                                                 • vegetarian dishes

                                                                                                                 • a Sunday brunch special

                                                                                                                 • delectable and award-winning desserts

                                                                                                                 • classic cocktails, martinis, craft beer, and an

                                                                                                                   expanded premium wine list
                                                                                                                 • tea service offering a wide variety of tea
     The kitchen setting anchors discussion of the house-
                                                                                                                   sandwiches, scones and pastries
hold staff’s holiday duties and their opportunities to call
and visit at this festive time. In the breakfast room, a
                                                                                                                 The Café is open until 9:00 p.m. on
fanciful chocolate party for children mimics the adult                                                           selected dates in December.
goings-on, while upstairs, Christmas in the nursery and                                                          Celebrate the holidays on December 9, 11, 16, and
toys in the sitting room give a glimpse of family life.                                                          18 when The Café serves from a special menu from
Also displayed are Mrs. Frick’s lovely visiting jacket, or                                                       11:30 a.m.– 9:00 p.m. Last seating on those dates is
visite, and one of her ruffled and beribboned tea gowns.                                                         at 7:30 p.m.
     Stories of past Pittsburgh holiday celebrations,
fragrant hearth plants and the traditional Clayton                                                               In addition to the holiday dinners listed above,
                      Christmas tree—decked with                                                                 the following special dinners are also planned at
                      ornaments created by students                                                              The Café. Please call 412-371-0600 now to make
                      participating in our afterschool                                                           your reservations.
                      community programs—are all part
                                                                                                                 Craft Beer Dinner
                      of this holiday tour.
                                                                                                                 Thursday, November 19
                                                                                                                 One seating at 7:00 p.m.
                                                                                                                 A gourmet, four-course Café tasting menu will be
                                                                                                                 paired with the award-winning beers from Great Lakes
                                                                                                                 Brewery, located in Cleveland, Ohio. Cost: $65 per
                                                                                                                 person includes taxes and gratuity. Reservations and

                      and Families                                                                               pre-payment are required.

                                                                                                                                 Wine Dinner
                                                                                                                                 Thursday, January 14, 2010
                                                                                                                                 One seating at 7:00 p.m.
Holiday Greens Workshop:                                      Holiday Workshop for Families:
                                                                                                                                 Enjoy selected wines and a gourmet,
Della Robbia Centerpiece                                      Build Your Own Gingerbread
                                                                                                                                 four-course menu. Cost: $90 per
Saturday, December 12                                         House
                                                                                                                                 person includes taxes and gratuity.
1:00–4:00 p.m.                                                Sunday, December 13
Lexington Education Center                                                                                                       Reservations and pre-payment are
                                                              1:00–4:00 p.m.
                                                              Ages 6–12, with accompanying adult                                 required.
Renaissance artist Luca della Robbia, noted for his
terracotta roundels, created sculptures adorned with          Lexington Education Center
                                                                                                                                 Valentine’s Dinners
garlands of fruit. Gaining inspiration from holiday           Sip some hot chocolate and make family
                                                                                                                                 Saturday, February 13 and
decorations in Clayton, learn to design a one-of-a-           memories as you create a gingerbread “cottage”
                                                                                                                                 Sunday, 14, 2010
kind table centerpiece of lush, fresh fruits and              from cookies, icing and festive confections.
                                                                                                                                 One seating at 7:00 p.m. each evening
fragrant holiday greens in the spirit of Florence             A tour of Clayton’s holiday trimming is
                                                                                                                 Treat that special someone to dinner at The Café.
during the Renaissance.                                       included in this special family workshop.
                                                                                                                 Choose items from our gourmet menu and wines
$35 members; $40 non-members and guests.                      $12 child members; $16 child nonmembers
                                                                                                                 from our extensive list. Cost: $45 per person (does not
Advance registration and pre-payment required.                and guests. Free to accompanying adult.
                                                                                                                 include taxes and gratuity) Optional wine pairing is
Space is limited; this program fills quickly.                 Advance registration and pre-payment required.
                                                                                                                 $25 per person. Reservations and pre-payment are
                                                              Space is limited; this program fills quickly.
                                                                                                                 required.
A Cool Yule: Family Fun Day
Saturday, December 12                                                                                            Regular Hours: Tuesday – Sunday
12:00–4:00 p.m.
                                                                                                                 Lunch: 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Site-wide activities
                                                                                                                 Tea Service available daily after 2:30 p.m.
Join us for our annual family celebration of the
                                                                                                                 One of the many benefits of membership at the Frick
season. Families with kids of all ages will enjoy
                                                                                                                 Art & Historical Center is the opportunity to make
stories, interactive tours and holiday art-making.
                                                                                                                 reservations at The Café. Non-members may also call
Take away not only a hand-made ornament and
                                                                                                                 for reservations as available. Call 412-371-0600. All
family photo in a frame you create, but also
                                                                                                                 guests are welcome on a first-come, first-served basis.
memories of a few fun hours spent together.
Free, drop-in program.

Clayton tours are free on December 12 for kids 16
and under; reservations are suggested since spaces
fill quickly.




                                                                                                                                                                     5
OTHER
PROGRAMS
OF INTEREST                                                 1.                                          2.                                                                                   3.

ArtKids: About Face
Saturday, November 7
11:00–11:45 a.m.
                                                                   E V E N T S AT T H E F R I C K
                                                                   Among the many benefits of supporting the Frick are opportunities to preview new exhibitions before they
Family program, kids ages 4–8
                                                                   open to the public and attend members-only events. On July 10, 250 members attended the opening of
The Frick Art Museum
                                                                   The Dutch Italianates: Seventeenth-Century Masterpieces from Dulwich Picture Gallery, London at a reception
Join us in a lively tour discovering the                           held in The Frick Art Museum.
fabulous faces gracing our galleries in
The Frick Art Museum. Show off your                                Pictured are: 1. Susan Limoncelli, Frick Director of Curatorial Affairs Sarah Hall and Jay Milligan
own face with a creative self-portrait.                            2. David Regel and Levi Zimmerman 3. Marilyn and Stephen Coleman, Mimi and Enis Koral
Free program, includes take-home
activity.

History on Sunday Lecture:                                demands for equal access to jobs, hous-                                                  to Clayton, learning about Valentine’s
Reflections on Race and                                   ing and a variety of human services.
                                                                                                      ArtKids: I   n  Art
                                                                                                      Saturday, February 6                         Day traditions and making one-of-a-
Residence in Pittsburgh                                   Learn how this postwar movement for         11:00–11:45 a.m.                             kind, bejeweled and beribboned
Sunday, November 8                                        social change gained increasing focus       Family program, kids ages 4–8                valentines to take home. Program
1:30 p.m.                                                 in the rise of the modern civil rights      The Frick Art Museum                         includes an informal tour of Clayton,
The Frick Art Museum auditorium
                                                          movement, with substantial parallels as     February is all about love! Come look        art activity and tea and dessert in
Joe W. Trotter, Giant Eagle                               well as differences with other cities of                                                 the Lexington Education Center.
                                                                                                      for examples of loving friends and
Professor of History and Social                           the industrial Northeast and Midwest.                                                    $20 members; $25 non-members
Justice, Carnegie Mellon University                                                                   family in the paintings and tapestries
                                                          $8 members, teachers and students;          of The Frick Art Museum. Create a            and guests. Advance registration and
Pittsburgh entered a period of dramatic                   $10 non-members and guests.                                                              pre-payment required.
                                                                                                      special valentine for someone you love.
economic and population decline dur-
                                                                                                      Free program, includes take-home
ing the years after World War II. The                     Frick Kids: Start It Right                  activity
city lost jobs and people to the suburbs,                 Saturday, January 2
to the South, and to overseas expansion                   11:00–11:45 a.m.
                                                                                                      Special Adult-Child                          Would you like to know what’s
of manufacturing production. While                        Family program, kids ages 4–8
                                                                                                      Valentine Tea: Tea for Two                   happening at the Frick each month?
Pittsburgh’s black population increased                   Meet in The Frick Art Museum
                                                                                                      Sunday, February 7                           Sign up for our monthly e-newsletter,
and gained a larger share of the city’s                   Start your year right with a museum         1:00–4:00 p.m.                               which provides up-to-date information on




                                                                                                                                                                           @
total, African-Americans confronted                       visit! Use what you see here at the         Ages 7–12, with accompanying adult           exhibitions, tours, educational programs,
the persistence of racially biased                        Frick as inspiration to create a special    Clayton, Lexington Education                 special events, and more.
employment and housing policies and                       calendar for your family.                   Center                                       Visit TheFrickPittsburgh.org and
structural limits on their socioeconomic                  Free program, includes take-home            Kids and the special adults in their         click on the e-newsletter link.
mobility. Black residents responded to                    activity.                                   lives are invited to celebrate
these constraints by intensifying their                                                               Valentine’s Day by paying a social call




                                                                                                      Annual Fund–
GENERAL INFORMATION:                                                                                  Working All Year Long
Regular Site Hours: Tuesday through Sunday, 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
                                                                                                      Each year, hundreds of donors to the
Holiday Hours and Tours: See page 4 for information about extended hours                              Frick’s Annual Fund help us bring the
in December and holiday closings.                                                                     art, culture and history of late-19th-
Admission and Reservations:                                                                           and early-20th-century Pittsburgh to
The Frick Art Museum: Docent-led tours of temporary exhibitions are conducted                         thousands of school children through
on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays at 2:00 p.m., and are free. Groups of                            informative and enriching educational
five or more are requested to schedule a private tour at an alternate time. Group                     programming. For example, our free,
and permanent collection tours cost $7 per person, and reservations must be                           interactive Saturday Family Programs
made one to two weeks in advance. Call 412-371-0600.                                                  encourage families with children
Clayton: Admission is free for members of the Frick Art & Historical Center.                          ages 4 to 8 to explore together every
Non-member admission: $12 adults; $10 seniors, students and the military;                             fascinating facet of the museum, and
$6 children 16 and under. Tours fill quickly and reservations are strongly                            our Growing Up at Clayton school
recommended.                                                                                          program takes students on a hands-on
The Café: Tuesday – Sunday, Lunch: 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Tea service                                 adventure that introduces them to
available daily after 2:30 p.m. Members may make advance reservations by                              stereoscopes, button shoes and
calling 412-371-0600. Non-members may call for same-day reservations, as                              horse-drawn carriages.
available. All guests are welcome on a first-come, first-served basis.                                     Your Annual Fund gift makes
Car and Carriage Museum: Admission is free.                                                           possible our highly-regarded exhibi-
                                                                                                      tions, including the current exhibition Icons of American Photography, and,
Parking: Free parking is available in the museum’s private lot just off
                                                                                                      opening in January, 1934: A New Deal for Artists, an exhibition organized by the
Reynolds Street.
                                                                                                      Smithsonian American Art Museum.
Public Transportation: PAT Transit buses 67A, C, E, F, and 71C provide                                     Annual Fund gifts help to underwrite curatorial research and make exciting
service from downtown Pittsburgh.                                                                     and unique new tours possible, including our current tour of Clayton, Art &
Accessibility: The Frick Art Museum, Car and Carriage Museum, The Café,                               Culture in the Gilded Age, which highlights the many paintings and prints hanging
Museum Shop, Lexington Education Center, estate grounds, and the first floor                          throughout the house and explores Henry Clay Frick’s role as one of the premier
of Clayton are accessible.                                                                            collectors of his time.
Reservations for tours, events and The Café may be made by                                                 When you contribute to the Annual Fund, you have the satisfaction of knowing
calling 412-371-0600, Monday – Sunday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.                                          that you’re not only supporting one of Pittsburgh’s great art and history museums,
(TTY# 412-371-5483 for the hearing-impaired).                                                         you’re helping to preserve for a new generation an important part of our history
For Kids’, Family and Teacher Programs, call 412-205-2022,                                            and culture.
Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.                                                                     We hope you’ll consider contributing to this year’s Annual Fund. We’ll be
                                                                                                      sending you a reminder, but there’s no need to wait. You can make your gift now
The Frick Art & Historical Center receives support from its generous                                  in one of the following ways:
members and donors as well as the Allegheny Regional Asset District
and the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.                                                  • Go to TheFrickPittsburgh.org and click the Support option for ways to give.
The Frick Art & Historical Center’s Education Programs are made possible, in part, through
                                                                                                          Your gift will go to work immediately!
generous grants from the Alcoa Foundation and The Grable Foundation.                                    • Return the enclosed postage-paid envelope with a check or credit card gift.
                                                                                                        • Call our Membership office at 412-371-0600, ext. 572 to make a credit card gift.
Visit us on the Web at TheFrickPittsburgh.org
                                                                                                        • Make a gift of stock by calling Marcia Bisland at 412-371-0600, ext. 538.
 Community Partner Spotlight:
                                                                                           Corporate Partner Spotlight
 Homewood-Brushton YWCA                                                                              First National Bank and the Frick
 The Frick presents an ongoing schedule of programs for children throughout the                      Work to Educate Youngsters
 year. It’s always enjoyable when we have the opportunity to collaborate with a
                                                                                                     With a 224-branch portfolio, First National Bank touches hundreds of
 community partner. To introduce this Community Partner Spotlight, a new feature of
                                                                                                     neighborhoods across the region. Vincent J. Delie, president of First
 our newsletter, we are pleased to spotlight our partnership through which we provide
                                                                                                     National Bank and chief revenue officer for F.N.B. Corporation, is extremely
 free educational programming to children at the Homewood-Brushton YWCA.
                                                                                                     dedicated to making an impact on the Pennsylvania and eastern Ohio
      Since 2003, we have partnered with the Homewood-Brushton YWCA in
                                                                                                     communities served by the bank.
 presenting our Community Day Camp, an annual, month-long program that’s among
                                                                                                          Delie realized the great impact the Frick has on the community
 our most popular offerings. Children ages 5–12 who are members of the YWCA
                                                                                                     through his wife, Donna Delie, who has utilized the Frick’s educational
 come to the Frick to explore our arts, cultural and historical offerings, and to
                                                                                                     programming in her role as an educator with the North Allegheny School
 participate in activities that enable them to express their creativity—all at no
                                                                                                     District. Mrs. Delie also serves on the board of trustees for the Frick Art
 cost. This summer, they visited the Frick four times, participating in such activities
                                                                                                     & Historical Center.
 as designing eco-friendly art projects in the museum’s orchard, taking part in a
                                                                                                          “There’s no doubt about it, the educational programs offered at
 clue and compass-based scavenger hunt, and painting landscapes inspired by a
 recent exhibition.                                                                                  the Frick touch the lives of children who live right here in our local
      We have also been working closely with the YWCA since 2006 to present a                        communities,” noted Delie. “We hold the notion of supporting the
 free, ongoing afterschool program. Members of the Frick’s education staff currently                 people and areas we serve as a very high priority.”
 visit the YWCA twice a month to teach art and once each week to teach music to                           Back in 1864, the founders of First National Bank got their start by
 YWCA members ages 5–12. In turn, the students will visit the Frick for programs                     serving the financial needs of local businesses and families. Generations
 in December and May. Through a recently added music component, participants are                     later, the bank remains exclusively committed to the growth and vitality
 learning to play the recorder, write original music and create handmade instruments.                of Pennsylvania and eastern Ohio’s communities.
      “We develop learning activities that engage the students,” says Susan Bails,                        “By helping local families and companies build strong foundations, and
 Assistant Curator of Education for community programs at the Frick. “In addition                    by teaching children about our local history, we have kept our communities
 to teaching them about history and the arts, we want to help them increase their                    strong and vibrant,” said Delie. “Investing in the upcoming generation is of
 self-confidence and improve their communication skills. By providing them with                      the utmost importance. By teaching our children about local history, we are
 exposure to a cultural institution that’s right in their neighborhood, they are able to             instilling pride and awareness in our future leaders.”
 develop a comfort level with the museum environment and establish a framework                            A Penn State graduate, Delie spent most of his banking career in
 for life-long learning.”                                                                            the greater Pittsburgh area before assuming the presidency at FNB. He is
      Bails says that a combination of a well-prepared staff, high teacher-to-child                  active in the community and is chairman of FNB’s Community Reinvestment
 ratio, creative programming, and building trust through consistency and continuity                  Act Committee.
 help the teachers address the students’ needs and meet their objectives. Stacy                           We’re proud to have Vince Delie and First National Bank as
 DelleDonne, group leader for the Homewood-Brushton YWCA’s school-age program,                       supporters. If you’d like to join them or learn more about becoming
 is pleased with the outcomes. “The Frick’s education staff is fabulous in how they                  a Corporate Partner, please contact Susan Neszpaul at 412-371-0600,
 work with the kids,” she says. “And, it is wonderful to see their knowledge of the                  extension 556 or by email at sneszpaul@TheFrickPittsburgh.org.
 Frick family, and history in general, continue to build.”                                           You can also visit TheFrickPittsburgh.org.
       Free educational programs like these for area students are made possible
 through the generosity of Frick members and donors and contributions to the Annual
 Fund. Visit TheFrickPittsburgh.org for more information about providing support for
 our educational programs.




 Holiday Memberships are a Great Gift Idea!
 A gift membership, packaged for the holidays, provides an entire year of art, culture and fun for a friend or
 family member. For only $60 ($80 for Dual/Household membership) you can give:
   • a 2009 Frick collectible holiday ornament crafted in the likeness of a 1909 Stanley Steamer,
   • a $20 gift certificate to The Cafe at the Frick and
   • a Frick membership, which includes unlimited free docent-led tours and visits to Clayton, The Frick Art Museum
     and the Car and Carriage Museum as well as a 10% discount on Museum Shop purchases, a subscription to our
     Members’ newsletter and more!
    Stop by the Museum Shop today for this savings of over $20. Or, call 412-371-0600, ext. 572 and, for an extra
 $2 shipping fee, we will mail this package directly to your home or gift recipient!




Affairs to Remember
  Weddings at the Frick
                   The ingredients for a perfect wedding...
                       •   a location as distinctive as the couple-to-be
                                    • memories that will last a lifetime
                                                                                           27 teams participate in H. C. Frick Road Rally
                                     • unparalleled attention to detail
                                                                                           The 3rd Annual H. C. Frick Horseless Carriage Road Rally was a great success,
     The Frick Art & Historical Center offers all this and more.
                                                                                           with 27 teams competing on the scenic 140-mile course from Oglebay Resort in
           Whether you host an intimate dinner in The Frick Art Museum or
                 a grand affair with music and dancing on the lawn, the Frick              Wheeling to the Frick’s Car and Carriage Museum. The weather couldn’t have been
    offers a unique and beautiful ambiance, individualized event assistance,               better and participants enjoyed great camaraderie, diverse landscapes along the
              world-class caterers, and a host of options to create a signature            route and a reception and awards ceremony at the Frick.
                   event. . . from private photography sessions on the grounds                 In first place overall and first place in the Timed Novice class were Dale
                and in the Car and Carriage Museum, to tours of Clayton and                and Abbi Rabeneck of Coraopolis. Bill Swartz and his daughter, Barbara, of
                                     The Frick Art Museum, to shopping in the              Pittsburgh won the Timed Experienced class. Two teams, Bruce and Carol Gezon
                           Museum Shop or strolling through the Greenhouse.                of Murrysville and Brian and Kristin Strohmeier of Pittsburgh, tied for first place
                                                                                           in the Games class. Cars included a 1936 Rolls Royce, 1955 DeSoto, quite a few
                                 The Frick Art & Historical Center...
            Booking now for spring and summer weddings, corporate affairs                  late model sports cars, and even a hybrid Chevy Tahoe!
                                     or any important event or celebration.                    Most of the competitors would agree that there’s no more enjoyable way to
                                                                                           spend a late summer Sunday, so mark your calendar now for next year’s event
                       Call Gini Calabrese today at 412-371-0600, ext. 658,                on September 12, 2010.
                                                 to discuss the possibilities.
                                                                                                                                                                                7
                       Nov. 2009 – Feb. 2010




                                                                                                                                                         the FRICK
                                                                                                                                             Holidays    at
             Frick Art & Historical Center




Cover: The Clayton staircase decorated for the holiday season.

                                                                                                                        The Museum Shop
Frick Art & Historical Center Mission Statement
The Frick Art & Historical Center, a museum, historic site and cultural center, serves the public through
                                                                                                                        Adorn yourself in elegance
preservation, presentation and interpretation of the fine and decorative arts and historically significant artifacts    and style.
for all residents of and visitors to Western Pennsylvania.                                                              This beautiful red scarf with
                                                                                                                        pomegranate motif is inspired by the
                                                                                                                        flocked velvet wall covering of the
Current and Upcoming Exhibitions at the Frick Art & Historical Center
                                                                                                                        Clayton parlor. Exclusive to
Icons of American Photography: A Century of Photographs from the Cleveland Museum of Art                                the Frick. This signature
and Children’s Hospital 1951: Photographs by Esther Bubley
                                                                                                                        accessory of heirloom
   Through January 3, 2010
                                                                                                                        stature is both tasteful
1934: A New Deal for Artists
                                                                                                                        and timeless.
   January 30 – April 25, 2010
Small But Sublime: Intimate Views by Durand, Bierstadt and Inness                                                       Members $36.00
   May 15 – August 15, 2010                                                                                             Non-members $40.00


Visit us on the Web at TheFrickPittsburgh.org
                                                                                                                        The Celtic interlace pattern decorating this tote,
                                                                                                                        pouch and umbrella has been adapted from the ornamental
                                                                                                                        plaster of the Clayton breakfast room ceiling. The black
                                                                                                      Non-Profit Org.
                                                                                                                        microfiber tote is roomy enough to accommodate files or a
                                                                                                      U. S. Postage
                                                                                                                        laptop; the pouch will house necessities for an evening out.
                                                                                                                        The automatic open/close travel umbrella fits perfectly in
                                                                                                      P A I D
                                                                                                                        the tote. These Frick exclusives make unique gifts for
         FRICK ART                                 &   HISTORICAL CENTER                              Pittsburgh, PA
         7227 R e ynolds Street                            . Pittsburgh, PA . 15208-2923                                anyone who travels.
         4                                     .                                                      Permit No. 2261
                                                                                                                        Tote: Members $31.50
                                                                                                                        Non-members $35.00
                                                                                                                        Pouch: Members $13.50
                                                                                                                        Non-members $15.00
                                                                                                                        Umbrella:
                                                                                                                        Members $25.20
                                                                                                                        Non-members $28.00

				
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