Mancave for a Midas


Despite living in New York for years, I'd never been to the J.P. Morgan Library until a recent visit. Pierpont Morgan's three-story library with its inlaid walnut bookshelves, concealed stairways and ceiling with paintings by H. Siddons Mowbray took my breath away.
Photo via themorgan.org.
Photo via themorgan.org.
Photo via themorgan.org.

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  • Dayoris Custom
    on Mar 1, 2013

    No words...

  • Kate Amador
    on Sep 28, 2014

    What the public would miss if this wasn't open to all. It's unbelievably beautiful. Having a library like this is a fantastic room. Thanks for making the pictures available. Wish I was closer to New York - I am in Central Texas.

    • Douglas Hunt
      on Sep 29, 2014

      @Kate Amador The pictures hardly do justice to experiencing it in person. Thanks for stopping by.

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