Beleaguered art dealer Larry Salander, whose Salander-O’Reilly Galleries on East 71st Street on Manhattan’s tony Upper East Side has been padlocked by State Supreme Court justice Richard B. Lowe amid a flurry of lawsuits claiming fraud, is not only a purveyor of Old Master paintings but also antiques. But now his website, www.salanderdecorativearts.com, is defunct. Until recently, the site offered everything for the baronial home from period European paneling and mantels (a total of 23 were on offer) along with Austrian parquet floors and 19th-century garden ornaments. It was a mixed bag with "antique" kilim pillows at $50 each. Calls to Salander’s antiques division were not returned.