Alfred Pope was among the earliest American collectors of French Impressionism, building his collection between 1888 and 1907, when this movement was still new and considered radical to the public and critics alike. The paintings at Hill-Stead reflect Pope’s discerning eye, personal aesthetic and discriminating collecting style. Set on 152 hilltop acres, this unique Colonial Revival home contains masterpieces by Edgar Degas and Claude Monet, along with notable works by Mary Cassatt, Edouard Manet, James McNeill Whistler and others. This makes the collection at Hill-Stead one of the most significant in the United States.
Bus departs DCA parking lot at 8:45 a.m. Return by 6 p.m.
Cost is $85 per person; includes lunch.