Anne Litle Poulet
Humanities and Arts
Anne Poulet served for twenty years as a Curator in the department of decorative arts and sculpture at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in Boston, Massachusetts.While Poulet was the curator, she was responsible for adding many acquisitions to the museum, including the Firestone Collection of French silver, Frits and Rita Markus Collection of ceramics and enamel, William A. Coolidge Collection of painting, sculpture and decorative arts and Edward Pflueger Collection of ceramics. In October 2003, Poulet was appointed as the director of The Frick Collection, a museum in New York City, New York. In 2011, Poulet created and published The Frick Collection, a general guide to the museum's collection.She retired from the Frick Collection in 2011.