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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:

Alfred Moir Papers

Identifier: MS.041

Papers and research files of art historian and collector Alfred Moir (1924-2010), containing photographs, research notes, correspondence, writings, and documents relating to his personal art collection. Art collecting content emphasizes Old Master drawings, while research content focuses on Italian baroque art, particularly the work of Caravaggio and his followers.

Dates: Majority of material found within Bulk, 1960-1990; 1939-2003

American Art Association Records

Identifier: MS.015

The American Art Association, a New York art gallery and auction house, was founded in 1883 by James F. Sutton, R. Austin Robertson, and Thomas E. Kirby. The records date from 1877-1924, but the bulk of the material documents a selection of auction sales run by the gallery from 1910 through 1923. The collection contains correspondence, approximately 1,000 photographs, handwritten and typed notes, fragments of a typed manuscript on the American Art Association, and printed material.

Dates: 1877-1924

Architecture Images Collection

Identifier: MS.019

Photographs and reproductions of examples of American architecture, including residences, public buildings, and religious buildings. Also includes photographs of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition held in San Francisco, California in 1915 and photographs of the interior of the Players Club in New York City.

Dates: circa 1900-1920

Art Collecting Files of Henry Clay Frick

Identifier: ACF
Abstract Henry Clay Frick (1849-1919), a Pittsburgh coke and steel industrialist, began forming his art collection in 1881, and continued to acquire works of art until his death in 1919. He bequeathed his New York City residence, furnishings, and art collection to be established as a public art gallery called The Frick Collection, which opened to the public in December 1935. This collection contains correspondence, invoices and financial records, catalogs, inventories, registers, notes, narrative...
Dates: 1881-1925, undated

Catalog of the George Jay Gould Collection

Identifier: MS.026

Catalog of the art collection of George Jay Gould, railroad executive, containing photographs and accompanying typed information for 37 paintings.

Dates: 1945

Charles W. Hawthorne Papers

Identifier: MS.005

Correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, and research material regarding the work of American painter and founder of the Cape Cod School of Art, Charles W. Hawthorne.

Dates: 1904-1947

Construction Images - The Frick Collection and Frick Art Reference Library, 1933-1935

Identifier: TFC/FARL-0700-030-02.01
Scope and Content Note Photographs, 1933-1935, document the conversion of the Frick family's New York City residence at One East 70th Street into a public museum, The Frick Collection, as well as the construction of a new Frick Art Reference Library building at 10 East 71st Street. Both interior and exterior views show areas of the Frick residence that would be altered or demolished during the construction project, the conversion of areas within the house, the construction of new spaces for the museum, and the...
Dates: 1933 - 1935

Eagle Rock Papers

Identifier: HCFF.09

Eagle Rock, located in Prides Crossing, Mass., served as the summer residence of the Frick family from 1906 until its demolition in 1969. This collection contains correspondence, proposals, contracts, specifications, invoices, inventories, maps, photographs, and printed material documenting the construction and furnishing of the house, maintenance of the house and grounds, alterations, daily life, and the eventual demolition of the house.

Dates: Majority of material found within Bulk, 1903-1969; 1882-1973

France, Spain, and Italy album

Identifier: HCFF-06-PS-16
Scope and Content Note Album contains photographs taken by Helen Clay Frick during the Frick family's 1909 trip abroad. Cities visited include Paris, Biarritz, Madrid, Toledo, Seville, Granada, Marseille, Monaco, Florence, and Monte-Carlo. The bulk of the views are of landscapes, historic sites, architectural monuments, and outdoor activities such as skiing, horseback riding, and a hot air balloon launch. People are occasionally depicted in the album, including Helen Clay Frick's father, Henry Clay Frick, her...
Dates: 1909

France, Switzerland, and Germany album

Identifier: HCFF-06-PS-07 (Album 2)
Scope and Content Note Album consists chiefly of photographs taken by Helen Clay Frick during her family's 1905 trip abroad. Predominantly taken in France, Switzerland, and Germany, images include views of Versailles, Fontainebleau, Lake Geneva, Zurich, Baden-Baden, Munich, Regensburg, and Nuremburg, with a large portion of the album devoted to views of castles and palaces throughout France's Loire valley. People depicted in the album include Helen Clay Frick's father, Henry Clay Frick, her mother, Adelaide H.C....
Dates: 1905 - 1905