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A few of our Select Clientele:

Bartow Pell Mansion-Museum

The architecturally important Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum and Gardens, protected by Sunshield
(Early 19th century private residence of Robert Bartow.)

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The Metropolitian Museum of Art
The Metropolitian Opera House at Lincoln Center
The Whitney Museum of Art
The Dahesh Museum
The Guggenheim
The Brooklyn Museum of Art
The Katonah Museum of Art
The New York Botanical Gardens
The Cloisters
Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum
Neuberger Museum of Art
Hudson River Museum
Corning Glass Works & Gallery
PepsiCo Headquarters & Gallery
Lawrence Rubin- Greenberg Van Doren- Art Gallery
Mary Ryan Gallery
Columbia University, East Asian Library
Julius Lowy Frame & Restoration
J. Pocker & Son, Inc.
Kykuit & Rockefeller State Park -Historic Site
John Jay Homestead -Historic Site
Philipse Manor Hall -Historic Site
Vanderbilt Estate -Historic Site
Brooklyn Historical Society
Kentshire Antiques
Karl Kemp & Assoc. Ltd., Antiques
Harry Winston
Jed Johnson & Associates, Inc.
Gomez Associates
Gwathmey Siegel & Associates
Myron Goldfinger, Architect
Annabelle Selldorf, Architect
Allan Greenberg Architects, NYC-Greenwich-Washington DC

Music Room of Private Greenwich, CT Residence

Private Greenwich, CT Residence, protected by Sunshield.
Visited by Humbert II, King of Italy, on March 15, 1967.


The historically recognized and architecturally acclaimed, Westchester Day School, called upon Sunshield's expertise to reduce the abundance of solar heat from entering into the srtucture.  The problem was erradicated simultaneously transforming the interior rooms into more comfortable and efficient environments, while respecting strict, aesthetic landmark codes.

Member, National Trust for Historic Preservation

Egyptian Room at the Metropolitan, NYC

Rare & Magnificent artifacts at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, protected by Sunshield.

The Cloisters: Early Gothic Hall
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A wall of west-facing windows in the Early Gothic Hall at the Cloisters received careful and meticulous ultraviolet protection from Sunshield to preserve a series of 13th and 14th-century stained-glass windows.

Jean Honore Fragonard's "Love Letters" circa 1772, The Frick Museum, NYC

This magnificent commissioned piece is an apograph of Franganard's "Love Letters" originally painted in the late 18th century. Sunshield provided an ultra-violet inhibitor which allows the work to be safely viewed while grealty minimizing the risks of further solar deterioration.

Artist Helen Frankenthaler's Work.

Artist Helen Frankenthaler's work protected by Sunshield

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