Anne Litle Poulet ’64, director of the Frick Collection in New York City, is featured in a Wall Street Journal article marking the 75th anniversary of the house museum.
The Frick, considered one of New York City’s cultural treasures, is housed in the early 20th-century mansion of industrialist Henry Clay Frick, who bequeathed to the public his collection of exceptional Western European art. The collection has since been preserved and expanded.
Poulet has directed the museum since 2003. The Journal article chronicles some of the highlights of her tenure, which it describes as “profound and far-reaching.” Read the story here.