Gilded Age Mansions by the “Lacy” Architect – C.P.H. Gilbert

With Ginny Poleman

[Virtual tour] Charles Pierrepont Henry Gilbert doesn’t receive the same attention as his architectural peers: Charles McKim, Stanford White, Thomas Hastings, and John Carerre. But Gilbert has designed some of the most elegant and impressive mansions in Manhattan: the Ukrainian Institute; the Jewish Museum (former Warburg Mansion;) and the Joseph deLaMar mansions now the Polish consulate. Known as the “lacy” architect for his elegant and detailed carved facades, C.P.H. Gilbert is worth a deep dive on his life and extensive designs.

For all tours, there are no refunds, cancellations, or exchanges unless we cancel a tour. Online registration closes one hour prior to the tour start time.

Wednesday, March 13
6:00 PM

Virtual Tour

Tickets:
Member: $15
Non-member: $25

The Harry F. Sinclair House at the intersection of 5th Avenue and 79th Street in Manhattan. It now houses the Ukrainian Institute of America. Photo: Wikimedia Commons, Andrew Balet. Modifications: photo cropped.