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NEW ROCHELLE

NEW YORK

Saint Gabriel's Church

Saint Gabriel's Roman Catholic Church is a unique example of the late 19th century American Architecture, commisioned by the prominent New York Iselin family. A wooden barrel-vaulted ceiling and mosaic-tile floor exemplify its architecture. The church also boasts a collection of varied, historical stained-glass panels from Europe and America, including four Tiffany-style windows.

Our studio rehabilitated the entire interior of Saint Gabriel's. This included the cleaning of the ceiling, uncovering and restoration of the original mosaic-tile floor, cleaning, re-leading and restoration of the stained glass windows. Our studio also completed some original design work, including the composition and execution of a new Sanctuary design, the gilding of the barrel-vault ceiling, mosaic backdrops for existing statuary and the design of new light fixtures. We also designed and supervised implementation of a new HVAC system. 

The Baptism of Jesus

The Baptism of Jesus

The window was made by the Tiffany Studios and dates back to the late 19th/early 20th century. We dismantled, washed and re-leaded entire panels, in places comprised of up to nine layers of glass, and repainted where necessary.

The Baptism of Jesus

The Baptism of Jesus

The Baptism of Jesus

The Baptism of Jesus

The Baptism of Jesus

The Baptism of Jesus

The Baptism of Jesus

The Baptism of Jesus

Repainting of dedication

The Annunciation

The Annunciation

The Annunciation

The Annunciation

Restoration process.

The Annunciation

The Annunciation

Restored and finished panel located above The Annunciation.

Christ at the House of Mary & Martha

Christ at the House of Mary & Martha

Jesus Blessing Children

Jesus Blessing Children

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