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Gallerie Zuger

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Address: 120 West San Francisco, Santa Fe, NM 87501
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One of the best decisions I made during my visit was to visit by Gallerie Zuger. I highly recommend.

Reviewed 20 August 2016
Flowood, Mississippi

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Flowood, Mississippi
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Reviewed 20 August 2016

One of the best decisions I made during my visit was to visit by Gallerie Zuger. I highly recommend.

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Lawrence, Kansas
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Reviewed 22 October 2015

Zuger has a wide range of artists, but western art seems to be it major focus with both sculpture and paintings by well known western artists. They have a huge collections of popular Gib Singleton bronzes. Father Bill Moore and Woodrow Nash are well represented. We liked the works by Patrice Marchal and Alvar. It is just one block from... More 

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Gaithersburg, Maryland
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Reviewed 20 July 2015

It wasn't on our radar to visit. We had driven to Santa Fe for the day only to discover the major museums were already closed. Sculptures from Woodrow Nash, depicting slave life, were in a gallery window while we were walking around the Plaza. Our curiosity was peaked and we entered and thoroughly enjoyed the art of Nash, Gib Singleton,... More 

Thank Lisa E
Vancouver Canada
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Reviewed 5 July 2012

A stones throw from the Governor's Palace and The Plaza is an incredible gallery. www.galeriezuger.com I had an hour to kill after touring the history museum and the art gallery. I was drawn in by the bronzes in the window. It was late morning, and the gallery was not busy. The owner, I guess, picked up on my fascination with... More 

Thank MikeyVancouverCanada
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Reviewed 2 January 2012

You must stop here to see Gib Singleton's work. Truly amazing and memorable. This gallery has the best selection of paintings, leather work, African art, bronzes and wood sculptures. Go visit the Singleton - Bess museum with the private collections of Singleton sculptures and Earl Bess paintings in the same building.

Thank Jen C
Charleston, SC
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Reviewed 15 June 2009

I have had the pleasure of visiting nearly every Fine Art Gallery under the ownership of Paul Zuger. The class of FA in each of the galleries is way above the norm. The Sales Consultants are knowledgeable and work with me to make sure either my FA investment is the best possible compromise for we both, or the information I... More 

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