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Orbit of Influence: The featured antique in the September "Fall Style" issue of New York Cottages & Gardens is our mid-18th-century French armillary.
Manhattan Sideways: The web site Manhattan Sideways, which searches out "the hidden gems of Manhattan on the side streets," paid a visit to our 94th Street gallery and has posted an article and great photos that capture its style and ambiance. See them here.
April in Paris: The Lotos Club in Manhattan was decorated with prints and views from the George Glazer Gallery for its April in Paris event on April 29, 2015. Photos here.
Saving a Century of Progress: The original illustration art painted by H.M. Pettit to promote the 1933 Chicago World's Fair is featured in a book published about the five historic homes built for the fair now located at the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. The painting is an impressive aerial view of the fair site and was reproduced on posters and postcards. More here.
Architecturals in Architectural Digest: Interior designer Alexa Hampton's Manhattan apartment is showcased, including her family room decorated with architectural prints from our gallery, which are among the things she "really, truly loves." See them here.
Ralph Lauren Back to School Store Window: The Manhattan Ralph Lauren children's store incorporated globes from the Gallery in their window display in August-September 2014. More here.