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Little known even to locals is this private house-museum with an impressive collection of paintings by the impressionist and early modern masters.
Little known even to locals is this private house-museum with an impressive collection of paintings by the impressionist and early modern masters. The house itself is a work of art, designed by modernist architects Philip Johnson and Richard Foster. The ride out to the museum will take you through some of the country's wealthiest neighborhoods.
2401 Foxhall Rd NW, Washington, DC 20007, USA
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