United States
Blumka Gallery

Blumka Gallery

Blumka is a fourth-generation firm specializing in Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque works of
art including ivory, enamel, furniture, ceramics, metalwork, paintings, and sculpture in stone,
wood and terracotta. Since 1938 the gallery has had several locations in Manhattan, and now
rests on Central Park South.
Over the years Blumka has been responsible, through both sales and donations, for the
development and enrichment of public and private collections in America and Europe. The
Blumkas played a prominent role in enhancing the Bondy, Brummer, Linsky and Untermeyer
collections, as well as those of public institutions such as The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; The
Cleveland Museum of Art; The Detroit Institute of Arts; The Frick Collection; The J.Paul Getty
Museum; and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Bayerisches Nationalmuseum, Munich;
The Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, and the Louvre, to name a few.
Blumka has been participating in world-class fairs such as the Munich Highlights, the Biennale
des Antiquaires in Paris, and, each spring in Maastricht, The European Fine Art Fair. In addition,
Blumka has been featuring biennial exhibitions of recent acquisitions, “Collecting Treasures of
the Past,” in conjunction with Julius Böhler Kunsthandlung of Starnberg, Germany, a firm in its
fifth generation of operation. The long tradition of both firms in the international art market and
their combined expertise allows for exhibitions of the highest possible quality.
Tony Blumka is a Past President and Honorary Member of the Art and Antique Dealers League
of America, and is on the Board of Directors of the National Antique and Art Dealers
Association of America.

Central Park South #3
New York, New York 10019
Gallery Opening Hours:

By Appointment