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Quogue Gallery Owners To Open Their Home for Quogue House Tour

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Works by Susan Vecsey and Georges Braque in the gallery in Chester and Christy Murray's Quogue home. COURTESY AUSTIN PATTERSON DISSTON

Works by Susan Vecsey and Georges Braque in the gallery in Chester and Christy Murray's Quogue home. COURTESY AUSTIN PATTERSON DISSTON

The front hall of Chester and Christy Murray's Quogue home with art by Sandro Chia. COURTESY AUSTIN PATTERSON DISSTON

The front hall of Chester and Christy Murray's Quogue home with art by Sandro Chia. COURTESY AUSTIN PATTERSON DISSTON

The dining room of Chester and Christy Murray's Quogue home. COURTESY AUSTIN PATTERSON DISSTON

The dining room of Chester and Christy Murray's Quogue home. COURTESY AUSTIN PATTERSON DISSTON

The great room of Chester and Christy Murray's Quogue home. COURTESY AUSTIN PATTERSON DISSTON

The great room of Chester and Christy Murray's Quogue home. COURTESY AUSTIN PATTERSON DISSTON

The study, with art by Raymond Hendler. COURTESY AUSTIN PATTERSON DISSTON

The study, with art by Raymond Hendler. COURTESY AUSTIN PATTERSON DISSTON

Chester and Christy Murray with their dog, Chewey, in the entrance of their home in Quogue, which will be a stop on the Quogue Historical Society Holiday House tour.

Chester and Christy Murray with their dog, Chewey, in the entrance of their home in Quogue, which will be a stop on the Quogue Historical Society Holiday House tour. BRENDAN J. O'REILLY

Brendan J. O’Reilly on Nov 30, 2022
Chester and Christy Murray, the owners of the Quogue Gallery, will open up their recently built, art-filled Quogue home for viewing during the Quogue Historical Society Holiday House Tour on... more

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