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We have decided to open our doors to the public again! Tentatively, we will be open from Tues–Sat, 12pm–5pm, starting June 23. These hours may change as we monitor the situation, so please check back here for updates before your visit. GALLERY GUIDELINES:
-We are only allowing 4 customers in at a time.
-We ask that you wear a mask.
-We will provide sanitizer at the door.
-We will sanitize each key board after usage of our browsing computers.
-We are offering curbside pick up for orders made online.
-We will not allow the use of our restroom.
-You may also make an appointment via email to : firstname.lastname@example.org
And of course we will continue to process and ship orders from our online store!
Located in the vibrant Chelsea neighborhood of New York City, Chisholm Larsson Gallery has offered the best and widest selection of unusual original vintage posters for more than 40 years. By searching our online catalogue you can view more than 60,000 original posters from the 1890s to today, including over 20,000 original movie and film posters. Our award-winning collection includes posters spanning all genres. Every day we add new posters to our ever expanding collection.
L'Amour aux Temps du Cholera - Love in the Time of Cholera
2007 Mike Newell romantic melodrama ("How long would you wait for love?"; "Based on the novel by Gabriel Garcia Marquez"
Our Window Tribute to Milton Glaser!
"With the passing of Milton Glaser on Friday, his 91st birthday, New York lost a favorite son whose designs — and one in particular — radiated the vitality and multiplicity of his beloved hometown. Mr. Glaser’s designs could be amusing, even outright comic, but his wit and invention were undergirded by a profound seriousness about the history of art and the power of design. " - New York Times
Happy Pride Month!
Our Gay Pride window 2020. From a rainbow flag of condoms promoting safe sex, to an Italian movie poster for "The Boys in the Band", to a theatre poster for Lily Tomlin's "The Search of Intelligent Life in the Universe", to a Keith Haring ACTUP AIDS awareness poster... it's our annual tribute to Gay culture and history!