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The Metropolitan Museum Journal, v. 37 (2002)
THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART JOURNAL | VOLUME 37

"A Paris Porcelain Dinner Service for the American Market"

Frelinghuysen, Alice Cooney
2002
8 pages
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Alice Frelinghuysen

Alice Frelinghuysen’s purview includes 18th- to early 20th-century ceramics and glass; furniture of the Gilded Age and Arts & Crafts Movement; and the work of Louis C. Tiffany. In addition to her permanent displays, including oversight of the 2009 Charles Engelhard Court reinstallation, she has curated exhibitions and authored publications on a wide range of topics. Her long-standing work on Tiffany has resulted in many publications, exhibitions, and lectures. She earned her BA from Princeton University, her MA at the Winterthur Program in American Material Culture, and was an Andrew W. Mellon Fellow before joining the Museum’s staff. She was awarded the Frederic E. Church Award for contributions to American culture in 2014.

Selected publications

Covered tureen, Dihl et Guérhard  French, Porcelain, French, for American market
Dihl et Guérhard
ca. 1800–1815
Dihl et Guérhard
1800–1815
Dihl et Guérhard
1800–1815
Dinner Plate, Porcelain, French
French
ca. 1800–1815
Dinner Plate, Porcelain, French
French
ca. 1800–1815