Jeremiah Goodman has spent his life capturing animated portraits of the interiors of some of the world's most noted stylemakers and designers—from Greta Garbo to Tony Duquette. The New York School of Interior Design is presenting 38 of the artist's most opulent works, including a drawing of Carolina Herrera's sitting room. Goodman's favorite? The Carlos de Bestegui dining room in Paris (shown) he painted in 1960. "It expresses the romantic glamour and mystery of the past," he says. "It reflects everyone's longing to live in what is generally considered one of the most sophisticated ages."
"Inspired Impressions: Interior Painting by Jeremiah Goodman," New York School of Interior Design, October 19 through December 20; .
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