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Who We Are: Our Story

GlassArt.net

The Online Art Gallery of

Ethel A. Furman & Associates

We stand behind our products...and under them too.

The chandelier you see here hangs in our home amongst our collection.

We have procured art of all forms, statues, jewelry, chandeliers, and bronze sculptures for:

 --Governments

 --Museums (public and private)

 --Individual Collections

 --Hotels

 --Restaurants 

 --Clubs

 --Yachts

 --Ranches

 --Commercial Buildings

 --..and Private Residences throughout the world*

       *6 out of 7 continents (waiting on Antarctica)

 

 

 

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50+ YEARS OF ART

                         ...It runs in our family.

The internet's oldest and longest continuously operating art gallery

Ethel and Arthur Furman, The Founders of Ethel A. Furman & Associates and started GlassArt.net

 

Ethel and Arthur Furman, the founders of Ethel A.  Furman & Associates, began dealing art and art  consulting independently over 50 years ago. During this  time, they represented governments, corporations,  museums, other galleries, and private individuals.

 

   

Ethel and Arthur Furman,

Founders and Grandparents of Leo Braudy

 

*Light Purple: Ethel A. Furman's  favorite color 

 
 
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Leo Braudy (Zachary Leo Braudy, born April 8, 1993) is the current CEO of Ethel A. Furman & Associates. Leo was born and raised in Alexandria, Virginia, just outside of Washington, DC. He is also the grandson of Ethel and Arthur Furman, and shares the the same passion, knowledge, and expertise as the founders. Since taking over the company, Leo has vastly expanded the outreach and breadth of work of the gallery, including a largely expanded selection of museum-quality bronze sculptures, functional water pipes, and other new and exciting artists' works.

Leo Braudy, current owner of GlassArt.net 

 
 
 
 
 

"You are limited only by the contents of your imagination."

         

            -Arthur Furman

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