Category:Felix M. Warburg House
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English: The Felix M. Warburg House was designed by C. P. H. Gilbert and built in 1909 at 1109 Fifth Avenue. In 1944, widow Frieda Warburg donated the François I chateau-style building to the Jewish Theological Seminary. Subsequently the museum acquired the adjacent property on the avenue to the north of it and, in 1993, commissioned Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo & Associates to build an expansion that replicated the chateau style to make it appear as though the expansion had been built at the same time as the original mansion. The building is now known as The Jewish Museum.
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- ► Jewish Museum (New York City) (2 C, 1 P, 140 F)
Media in category "Felix M. Warburg House"
The following 16 files are in this category, out of 16 total.
- Felix Warburg Mansio.jpg 1.77 MB
- Felix Warburg Mansion 001.JPG 4.14 MB
- Felix Warburg Mansion 002.JPG 3.87 MB
- Felix Warburg Mansion 003.JPG 3.89 MB
- Felix Warburg Mansion 004.JPG 3.49 MB
- Felix Warburg Mansion 005.JPG 4.08 MB
- Felix Warburg Mansion 006.JPG 3.93 MB
- Felix Warburg Mansion 008.JPG 3.64 MB
- Jewish museum new york 2006.jpg 1.35 MB
- Warburg-1109-fifth.jpg 1,009 KB