The Museum Shop at the Frick

Housed in the Frick children's playhouse, the Museum Shop offers a distinctive selection of gift items, books, exhibition catalogues, Frick souvenirs, and more. Take home a gift for someone special-or, treat yourself.

The Museum Shop inventory is hand-picked, changes often and includes exclusive items found only at the Museum Shop at the Frick.

NEW! Click here to visit our Online Museum Shop.

Hours of Operation The Museum Shop is open
Tuesday-Sunday, 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Closed Mondays.

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Contact

Phone: 412-342-4064
E-mail: Kate Blumen,, Shop Manager
To place an order: please download anorder form and instructions.

 
Member Discounts
Join the Frick and receive a 10% discount off the regular price of all purchases.
 
Items for Your Frick Event
If you're planning an event at the Frick, we will be happy to assist you with suggestions for artistic favors that you can provide to your guests as a lasting memory of your event. Items we can provide include specialty blend Frick tea and tea accoutrements, books on the history of the Frick family, hand-crafted jewelry, elegant stationery, and decorative pieces for the home.

Specialty invitations from the Museum Shop can make your event even more special. Contact us for more information
 
 
A Selection of Items Available in the Museum Shop
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Exhibition Catalogue:
Impressions of Interiors:Gilded Age Paintings by Walter Gay


The catalogue that accompanies Impressions of Interiors is the result of more than four years of planning and provides an in-depth exploration of Walter Gay’s famous views of interiors. Published by London's D. Giles Limited, which specializes in beautifully designed books for museums, the 222 page, lavishly-illustrated volume examines Walter Gay’s life and work and features all 69 paintings in the exhibition.

Main author Isabel L. Taube writes on Walter Gay’s Poetic Rooms, and also wrote the catalogue portion of the exhibition, which organizes Walter Gay’s work by residence—including sections on each of the Gay’s own residences, as well as other homes Walter Gay was commissioned to paint in Europe and America. Other contributors are Priscilla Vail Caldwell, who writes on the enduring appeal of Walter Gay; arts expert Nina Gray, who focuses on interior decoration and the Rococo revival in America: and Frick Director of Curatorial Affairs Sarah Hall, who wrote essays about the three paintings in our collection. All four catalogue authors will take part in a panel discussion at the Frick during the exhibition’s opening weekend.

Hardcover: Members: $49.50; non-members: $55
Softcover: Members: $31.45; non-members: $34.95
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Note cards  

Boxed Set of Renaissance Masterworks Note Cards

With images from the Frick’s permanent collection, this is the perfect gift idea for anyone who loves art. Set includes 20 cards and envelopes available with blank cards or with the greeting “Peace on Earth.” Featured artists include Francesco Melzi, Giovanni di Paolo, Hans Vereycke, Francesco Ubertini (called Bachiacca), and Stefano di Giovanni (called Sassetta).

Members $14.40, non-members $16

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Scarf

 

Adorn yourself in elegance and style!
These new items are inspired by architectural details at Clayton.

Red scarf with pomegranate motif

Inspired by the velvet wall covering the Clayton parlor.
Members: $31.50; Non-members: $35

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Clayton items   Microfiber tote, pouch and umbrella with Celtic interlace pattern.
The design is adapted from the ornamental plaster of the Clayton breakfast room ceiling.
Tote - Members: $25.20; Non-members: $28.
Pouch - Members: $13.50; Non-members: $15
Umbrella - Members: $18.90; Non-members: $21
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Stanley Steamer DVD  

Pittsburgh and the Automobile and The Stanley Steamer DVD
Own the films shown in the Car and Carriage Museum.

Both are on one DVD!

Members: $19.80; Non-members: $22

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A Museum of the Gilded Age  

A Museum of the Gilded Age: Frick Art & Historical Center

This 47-page book, lavishly illustrated with exquisite photographs, has recently been revised and updated.
Members: $17.06; Non-members: 18.95

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Note Cards and Post Cards
Note cards  

Note cards and postcards from the Frick's permanent collection

Note cards
Members: $1.80 each; Non-members: $2.00 each
Postcards

Members: $1.13 each; Non-members: $1.25 each


 
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