|A review of the Frick Collection's bronze statuettes collected by Janine and J. Tomilson Hill.|
|Attributed to Adriaen de Vries, Bacchus/Silenus, c.1579-80, bronze, 89.5 cm, private collection, USA, photograph by Maggie Nimkin.|
Visited the Frick Collection on Sunday, the last day the museum exhibited bronze statuettes collected by Janine and J. Tomilson Hill.
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Museum Review: Bacchus/Silenus Statuette from the Hill Collection (at the Frick)
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Labels: aesthetics, Art & Music, criticism, frick, museum, sculpture, Theater
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