Art Architecture

LGDR Opens Its New Flagship Gallery With a Tribute to the Art of Posterior

Image courtesy of Matt Grubb for LGDR.

In another life, the walls of New York’s 19 East 64th Street mansion were adorned with the likes of Sandro Botticelli, Edgar Degas, Édouard Manet, Paul Cézanne, and Rembrandt. The limestone-fronted edifice was completed in 1932 by Gilded Age architect Horace Trumbauer to house the private art dealership Wildenstein & Company, with adornments and arch windows inspired by the 18th-century Parisian Hôtel de Wailly. Now, LGDR—the powerhouse dealership formed by Amalia Dayan, Brett Gorvy, Dominique Lévy, and Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn in 2021—will continue the building’s intimate entanglement with the arts by establishing its flagship gallery in the Upper East Side townhouse.

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