Carol Cannon
House Museums - The Frick Collection
In 2003, Carol was hired as the painter at The Frick Collection and the Frick Art Reference Library, and by June 2004, having attended to much renovation throughout, was named the Interior Renovator. From initiating major projects from the sub-basement up to attending to the fine work such as required in the Music Room renovation, Carol has taken on the challenge of authentically matching the specialized colors, glazing, and plaster work throughout the buildings.

Carol Cannon -- The Frick Collection
Carol Cannon -- The Frick Collection
The Frick Collection, located at 1 East 70th Street in Manhattan is considered to be the finest private collection of Western masterpieces and small bronze sculptures in the world. Housed in the magnificent mansion commissioned by the collector, Henry Clay Frick, it currently draws visitors worldwide and regularly offers live broadcast concerts and public lectures by top art historians.

Built between 1913 and 1914, the mansion is classically designed and embodies a level of breathtaking craftsmanship obviously from another era. Between its use of numberless marbles and elaborately carved wood ceilings and ornate moldings, the structural and decorative qualities are worthy of as much appreciation and the work is was designed to display. Come visit and experience the elegant atmosphere and exquisite works of art.

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