Restoration of Building Facade and Reliefs

Restoration of Building Facade and Reliefs

The Hispanic Society of America

The restoration of the south façade of the Main Building (approximately 4,000 sq. ft.), adorned with bas-relief panels by the American sculptor, Berthold Nebel (1889-1964), will include the replacement or patching of damaged limestone, re-pointing of joints, covering projecting cornices with lead-coated copper shields, and cleaning of the entire façade.  The goal of the project is to preserve the integrity of the NYC Landmark building and to preserve the important sculptural panels by Berthold Nebel.  

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The Hispanic Society of America

  • 613 West 155th Street
    New York, NY 10032

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