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Located in a turn-of-the-century row house in the historic Kalorama-Dupont Circle neighborhood in Washington, DC the Geoffrey Diner Gallery has been one of the premier dealers in decorative and fine arts for nearly three decades.
The Diner Gallery is considered by museums, individual collectors and scholars of fine decorative arts as an invaluable source for the finest original works in the market place. Geoffrey Diner has long handled rare lamps by Tiffany Studios and the most coveted exceptional examples by major architects and designers from the pre-World War II period, including Gerrit Rietveld, Pierre Chareau and Charles Rohlfs.
In 2000, The Geoffrey Diner Gallery expanded to make room for a carefully edit mix of post-war and contemporary fine and decorative art, including works by Roy Lichtenstein, Patrick Caulfield, Andy Warhol and Allan D’Aralengo. Designers include Scott Burton, George Nakashima, Maurice Calka, Paul Kjærholm, Marc Newson, and others.
Since 1996, the Geoffrey Diner Gallery has been an exhibitor at the prestigious Winter Antiques Show in New York as well as other national and international fairs.