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Hot Real Estate & Interior Design Inspiration

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Top listings and interior design inspiration If you’ve ever considered living in the big apple or you already do and are thinking of upgrading from your current apartment, we’ve found some real estate gems and paired them with vintage rugs … Continue reading

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Moma Art Exhibit Review: Andy Warhol Campbell’s Soup Cans and Other Works

Moma Art Exhibit | Andy Warhol Soup Can Art Work 1953-1967

Recent Moma Art Exhibit of Andy Warhol Campbell's Soup Cans and Other Works 1953–1967 Andy Warhol Art Work 1953-1967 at the MoMA Art Exhibit In case you missed the Andy Warhol Campbell's Soup Cans art exhibit at the Moma - … Continue reading

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Remembering: Albert Karmely

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We'll Always Remember Albert Karmely It saddens us to inform you that earlier this week, Albert Karmely, one of the most well-respected and influential rug experts in the world has passed away. As we continue to mourn this very significant … Continue reading

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George Caleb Bingham Most Famous Paintings At The Met

Fur Traders Descending the Missouri by George Caleb Bingham Nazmiyal

Navigating the West: George Caleb Bingham and the River at the Metropolitan Museum George Caleb Bingham -- The first major American artist known to be based in the west of the Mississippi River, George Caleb Bingham painted many compelling true-to-life paintings depicting the … Continue reading

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See Frida Kahlo’s Garden Recreated at the NY Botanical Gardens

View of Frida Kahlo Exhibit at NY Botanical Gardens | Nazmiyal

Exhibition Spotlight: Frida Kahlo at the New York Botanical Gardens in Brooklyn Frida Kahlo -- Frida Kahlo once said, "I paint myself because I am so often alone and because I am the subject I know best.” No wonder the iconic 20th … Continue reading

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Exhibition Review: Sultans of Deccan India: Opulence and Fantasy at the Metropolitan Museum

Portrait of a Ruler or Musician, Sultans of Deccan Exhibit, Nazmiyal

Sultans of Deccan India at the Metropolitan Museum Sultans of Deccan India --To anyone interested in the rich and exotic art, culture and history of south India, the exhibition “Sultans of Deccan India: Opulence and Fantasy” is a sumptuous feast for … Continue reading

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Exhibition Spotlight: “Life, Death and Transformation” Native American Art at the Brooklyn Museum

Coclé artist. Plaque with Crocodile Deity, circa 700–900. Sitio Conte, Coclé Province, Panama. Nazmiyal.

Native American Art at the Brooklyn Museum Native American Art -- Native Americans have created and continue to create artwork for many reasons, taking many different forms. This is evident from the collection of paintings, carvings, masks, textiles, potteries and other works of art on … Continue reading

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Exhibition Spotlight: China, Through the Looking Glass at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

China, Through the Looking Glass at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

View China, Through the Looking Glass at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, now through August 16th China, Through the Looking Glass at the Met Museum -- Since European explorers first landed on the shores of Far East Asia in the … Continue reading

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The Most Expensive Painting Ever Sold, by Picasso

Women of Algiers (Version O) by Picasso

Piccasso Art Becomes Most Expensive Painting Ever Sold At Auction Picasso Painting Breaks Record for Most Expensive Artwork Sold -- The art world achieved a new record on Monday night, as the painting Women of Algiers (Version O) by Pablo … Continue reading

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Wednesday Wishlist: Antique Persian Malayer Runner Rug 48342

This Week's Wednesday Wishlist: Antique Persian Malayer Runner Antique Persian Malayer Runner Rug-- Every Wednesday, The Nazmiyal Collection features one spectacular example of a hand-made vintage or antique rug from its vast catalog. We select each piece based on its aesthetic beauty, … Continue reading

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