The FRICK COLLECTION is a sight to behold. One of those rare places where old master paintings and French furnishings exist in their original settings. The jewel box mansion in New York houses collection after collection.
I love porcelains-I inherited the sickness from my GranMa-in my case pure and simple genetics.
a Sevres platter from the collection
Treasures abound at the Frick-an extraordinary installation of Boucher paintings can be viewed HERE.
& an Impostor or 2:
the little IMPOSTOR
made of TIN-
at the FRICK MUSEUM SHOP.
Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne (1704 - 1778) Manufacture, 1782
Edme-François Bouilliat (active 1758-1810)
Plate: Part of a Dessert Service with Flowers and Turquoise Blue Ribbons, 1782
porcelain, soft paste
the Impostors-posing in the midst of some old pieces of my own.
Dish with Plum-Blossom Decoration, 18th century porcelain, blue and white
made of Tin
from the 18th-century Chinese porcelain dish with plum-blossom decoration in The Frick Collection.
the Frick Collection Museum Shop
and only $7.00