Visiting The Frick Collection to view Masterpieces of the Scottish National Gallery
Residents enjoy being within driving distance of important sources of culture and enjoyment. A group recently visited Fifth Avenue between 70th and 71st Streets in New York City’s Upper East Side. There, in the Henry Clay Frick House, is The Frick Collection is an art museum featured an exhibition of Masterpieces from the Scottish National Gallery.
The Scottish National Gallery is world renowned for the importance and quality of it’s collection, started in 1850. Some works in this visiting collection have never been shown in the United States. A favorite among the 10 visiting works of art was Sargent’s riveting portrait, Lady Agnew of Lochnaw.
Attendees shared a rich experience with new art on a trip to the city, then shared the excitement and memories over dinner at home.