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An American Renaissance: Beaux-Arts Architecture in New York City

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The National Arts Club

15 Gramercy Park South

New York, NY 10003

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Take a close look at 20 of the finest buildings in New York City

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The Gilded Age, also referred to as the American Renaissance, is an era associated with unparalleled growth, technological advancement, prosperity, and cultural change.

Taking a close look at 20 of the finest buildings in New York City, An American Renaissance: Beaux-Arts Architecture in New York City has been painstakingly researched and beautifully photographed over many years. For this special event author Phillip James Dodd discusses the importance and legacy of our clubhouse, its architect, and former resident Samuel Tilden – and collectively their relationship with the Metropolitan Museum, New York Public Library, and the famed Frick Collection.

If you'd like to purchase a copy of the book prior to the event, please do so from our preferred bookseller Books on Call NYC by clicking here.

This is an in-person event. Your health and safety are our top priorities and we are following all CDC and New York City guidance. All guests must have received a COVID-19 vaccine. Proof of vaccine (CDC card or photo, Excelsior Pass, CLEAR Health Pass, or other digital record) as well as a photo ID will be required. Masks are also required.

RSVP does not guarantee entry. Doors open to the public 15 minutes before the event. Please arrive early to check in.

Our coat check is limited. Please do not bring any large bags or backpacks.

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Founded in 1898, the mission of The National Arts Club is to stimulate, foster, and promote public interest in the arts and to educate the American people in the fine arts.

 

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