"National Gallery of Art: Impressionists" National Gallery of Art Tip by dek516

National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.: 84 reviews and 236 photos

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The West Wing of the National Gallery of Art houses older art works, dating from Medieval times to early 20th century. More modern works are in the East Wing.

A very good collection of Impressionist pieces can be found in the West Wing, including ballerinas by Degas, cathedrals and flower gardens by Monet, Parisian scenes by Manet, and pictures of women and children by Renoir.

Address: 3rd & 7th Streets at Constitution Avenue,
Phone: (202) 737-4215
Website: http://www.nga.gov/

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  • Written Apr 21, 2008
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