New York Lifestyles Magazine toured the Manhattan Art & Antiques Center!
It’s “A Collector’s Haven“, Miriam Silverberg writes:
“Whether you’re looking to buy, sell, or just take in some of the many wonders of the world, the Manhattan Art & Antiques Center is a must. It is where collectors and connoisseurs come to buy and add to their Collections.”
The article spotlights several galleries: Palmyra Heritage (Gallery #16), Estate Silver Co. (Gallery #65), Hadassa Antiques (Gallery #75), Hemingway African Gallery (Galleries #60 and #96) and Manhattan Rare Book Company (Gallery #90).
She ends by a visit to the latter:
“I ended my tour at the Manhattan Rare Book Company —I didn’t want to leave. Owner Michael DiRuggiero deals in first editions, autographed letters, manuscripts, and photographs. He showed me an original book by Chagall with his full-page color drawings from 1966 for $40,000. Another item that took my breath away was a Vitruvius architectural book with engravings by DaVinci from 1521.”
Read the full article at: http://newyorklifestylesmagazine.com
You can visit The Manhattan Arts & Antiques Center and all its wonderful galleries at 1050 2nd Avenue (at 56th Street) – open 7 days a week
Open to the public daily from 10:30AM to 6PM, Sunday noon – 6PM.
Individual gallery hours may vary, so feel free to call the galleries before you stop by.