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A (Mostly) Untouched Artist’s Loft

Which is actually rarer in New York than one might think.
Staircase The bronze sculpture on the second stair is by Cathe Wallendahl, Cheryl Mowinckel’s husband’s grandmother. The picture to the right of the column is by André Masson.

I FIRST MET DECORATOR Cheryl Mowinckel when she and her husband, John, moved into my building in the Flatiron District. Their floor had originally been a small printing plant,

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