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As others noted, the Isabelle de Borchgraves exhibit of her paper art is simply astounding! Aside from the exhibit contents, the grounds are beautiful to walk and look. We stopped in the greenhouse- which had Christmas and other flowers growing and provided warmth on a...More
I was fortunate enough to visit during the Isabelle de Borchgrave exhibit, which is breath-taking. Don't miss this exhibit. The home and the grounds are incredible as well - not to mention the gift shop.
Didn't know exactly what to expect but her costume art using paper was marvelous. She paints, folds, glues, and stitches full size outfits based on her interpretation of paintings, ballet, opera, plays. There's a table of sample papers to touch but the costumes are no...More
I was able to visit the Frick on an overnight stay in Pittsburgh a couple of weeks ago because they have evening hours. LOVED the Isabel de Borchgrave exhibit. Her work is amazing. Wish I'd had more time to see the house, but ate at...More
This collection is a “must see”. Amazing what has been created with paper. The lace is so see though we could not believe it was paper. The intricate jewelry and flowers were incredible. What a talent! Loved the table where we could touch and examine...More
We have visited the Frick several times. It is a relatively small museum with a rather ordinary permanent collection of art. There is a great car/carriage museum and it is worth visiting the house to see how one of the gilded age families lived.
Had Helen Clay Frick not had a dislike of modern art which led to a disagreement with the University of Pittsburgh, the Frick Art Museum and the art that it contains might have been in Oakland on the Pitt campus. As it was, Helen decided...More
Worth taking the drive from the North Shore to Squirrel Hill area. The house is maintained in the late 1800’s decor and dining room is set for dinner. The woodwork is outstanding and artwork displayed. Interesting to see how one could live in that era....More
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To visit the house (guided tour - timed entry) you must purchase a ticket, which also covers the hothouse and garage. There is a separate building (no admission charge) containing those of Frick's art collection which he... More
To visit the house (guided tour - timed entry) you must purchase a ticket, which also covers the hothouse and garage. There is a separate building (no admission charge) containing those of Frick's art collection which he did not take to his mansion in New York or leave in his Pittsburgh home, which you will see during your paid visit/tour.