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The Frick Collection

M E M B E R S HM IE PM

B E R S H I P


About The Frick Collection

I nternationally recognized as a premier museum and

research center, The Frick Collection is known for

its distinguished Old Master paintings and outstanding

examples of European sculpture and decorative arts.

Assembled by the Pittsburgh industrialist Henry

Clay Frick (1849–1919), the collection is housed in the

Frick family’s former residence on Fifth Avenue. One of

New York City’s few remaining Gilded Age mansions, it

provides a tranquil environment for visitors to experience

masterpieces by artists such as Bellini, Rembrandt,

Vermeer, Gainsborough, Goya, and Whistler. The

museum opened in 1935 and has continued to acquire

works of art since Mr. Frick’s death.

Adjacent to the museum is the Frick Art Reference

Library, founded by Helen Clay Frick as a memorial to

her father. Today it is one of the leading institutions for

research in the history of art and collecting.

Along with special exhibitions and an acclaimed

concert series, the Frick offers a wide range of lectures,

symposia, and education programs that foster a deeper

appreciation of the collection.

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The Fragonard Room

Jean-Honoré Fragonard, The Progress of Love, 1771–73, oil on canvas

The Living Hall

Hans Holbein the Younger, Sir Thomas More, 1527, oil on panel

El Greco, St. Jerome, c. 1590–1600, oil on canvas

Sir Joshua Reynolds, Elizabeth, Lady Taylor, c. 1780, oil on canvas

Education program in the Oval Room


STUDENT $25

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All the benefits of Individual membership

Fully tax deductible

Non-resident FRIEND $60

More than 150 miles from New York City

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All the benefits of Individual membership

Fully tax deductible

INDIVIDUAL $75

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Unlimited admission for one person for one year

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Discounts on concerts and at the Museum Shop

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Subscription to the Members’ Magazine

Fully tax deductible

DUAL $120

All the benefits of Individual membership, plus

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Unlimited admission for a second person for one year

Fully tax deductible

CONTRIBUTING FRIEND $250

All of the above, plus

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Unlimited admission for four people for one year

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Invitations to special exhibition viewings for members

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Reciprocal benefits at selected regional museums

All but $60 tax deductible

YOUNG FELLOW $500

Under 39 years of age

All the benefits at the Fellow level, plus

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Invitations to events exclusively for Young Fellows

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Opportunity to purchase tickets to the Young Fellows Ball

All but $335 tax deductible

SUSTAINING FRIEND $600

All the benefits of Contributing Friend, plus

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Specially selected Frick exhibition catalogue

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Acknowledgment in the Annual Report

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Reciprocal benefits at selected national museums

All but $85 tax deductible

Non-resident FELLOW $800

More than 150 miles from New York City

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All the benefits at the Fellow level

All but $335 tax deductible

FELLOW $1,200

All the benefits of Sustaining Friend, plus

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Invitation to the annual Spring Party for Fellows

All but $335 tax deductible

CONTRIBUTING YOUNG FELLOW $1,500

Under 45 years of age

All the benefits of Contributing Fellow, plus

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Invitations to events exclusively for Young Fellows

All but $535 tax deductible

CONTRIBUTING FELLOW $2,500

All the benefits at the Fellow level, plus

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Invitation to annual Fellows lunch with the Director

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Invitations to all special exhibition openings

All but $535 tax deductible

SUPPORTING FELLOW $5,000

All the benefits of Contributing Fellow, plus

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Behind-the-scenes special programs with Senior Curators

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A private tour for four people, by appointment

All but $725 tax deductible

SUSTAINING FELLOW $10,000

All of the above, plus

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Private dinner with the Director

All but $995 tax deductible

Patron Fellow $20,000

All of the above, plus

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Behind-the-scenes special presentation with the Director

All but $995 tax deductible


The Frick Collection

Membership Application

membership level

Student $25 (Enclose copy of valid full-time student ID.)

Non-Resident Friend $60

Individual $75

Dual $120

Contributing Friend $250

Young Fellow $500 Birthday

Sustaining Friend $600

Non-Resident Fellow $800

Fellow $1,200

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Contributing Young Fellow $1,500 Birthday

Contributing Fellow $2,500

Supporting Fellow $5,000

Sustaining Fellow $10,000

Patron Fellow $20,000

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gift membership

(if applicable)

This is a gift membership from:

Name

Address

Apt. No.

City State Zip

Home Phone

Business Phone

E-mail

I wish to receive the renewal for this gift next year.

Payment

member information

My check, payable to The Frick Collection, is enclosed.

Please charge $

to my credit card.

VISA MasterCard American Express

Name

Second Cardholder Name (residing at the same address)

Address

Apt. No.

City State Zip

Home Phone

Business Phone

E-mail

Account number

Expiration date

Signature

To join by phone using a credit card, call 212.547.0707.

You may also apply online at frick.org/membership.

I wish to receive e-mail communications from the Frick.

Please return your completed application to:

Payment information on reverse

The Frick Collection

1 east 70th street, new york, ny 10021

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