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Stam Gallery

287 Main Street , Port Washington, NY 11050

Phone: 516-883-1104

Stam Gallery is a unique experience. There is no comparable gallery space on Long Island. They sell, buy, and appraise fine art (and really great antiques), specializing and showing estate bought art, ranging from Flemish and Dutch old masters (16th-17th Century) through 19th Century art of Europe & America, to modern masters such as Picasso & Matisse. The collection is in constant change and they are experts at appraising any collection or estate.

Stam Gallery is always on the lookout and willing to pay the highest prices for quality paintings and bronzes of any period.

Steven Stam has been in the fine arts and period antiques (pre-1840s) business as a private dealer, gallery owner and appraiser for over 40 years, and he is always pleased to chat and explain the subtle intricacies of rare and unusual items. Visiting Stam Gallery is always a fun experience.


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    • Rob gave a 4/5 star rating

      A fun, delightful place to shop. There is so much to look at here!
    • Rob gave a 4/5 star rating

      I came in here just for a look around, and ended up spending quite a bit ...


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