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Johnson’s French Finds


Discover the collection of John G. Johnson (1841–1917), who, from humble beginnings, became one of the most important lawyers of the Gilded Age. This installation explores Johnson’s efforts to collect French paintings from the 1700s, which were all the rage among wealthy Americans of his generation.

Main Building

Free with museum admission

Pay What You Wish admission on 1st Sunday of the month & every Friday night


Tara Contractor, Assistant Curator of European Paintings and Sculpture

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