sarah j. hall

this necklace is attributed the Guild of Handicraft in London circa 1900. The overall design is ornate but has a palpable unity and the enameled image evokes days of yore. (© Artists Rights Society / ADAGP. Photo: John Faier

Every Jewel Tells a Story: ‘Maker & Muse’ at The Frick Pittsburgh

The Frick’s exhibit shows how women and reform movements changed art jewelry around the turn of the last century.

but Ilse Bing in her doubly mirrored 'Self-Portrait with Leica' from 1931. (photo print

‘Street Photography to Surrealism’ at The Frick: How an Art Form Expanded Its Focus

The Frick Art Museum’s show features striking photo art from France during the momentous years 1900 to 1945.

before picture postcards

‘The Frick Collects’: Stories Behind the Stories Behind the Art

The current exhibit at the Frick Art Museum takes you to other worlds and tells stories within stories.

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