Kreeger Museum

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Kreeger Museum
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Kreeger Museum is located in District of Columbia
Kreeger Museum
Location in District of Columbia
Established 1994
Location Washington, D.C.
Coordinates 38°55′19″N 77°05′21″W / 38.921814°N 77.089117°W / 38.921814; -77.089117

The Kreeger Museum is a private museum located in Washington D.C. at the former home of David and Carmen Kreeger, and first opened in 1994. The collection features 19th- and 20th-century paintings and sculptures, with works by internationally known artists such as Boudin, Cézanne, Epstein, Kandinsky, Rainer Lagemann, Monet, Moore, Munch, Picasso, Rodin, Stella and van Gogh, together with works by local Washington artists such as Sam Gilliam and traditional west and central African art. The museum also hosts various art and music events.

The collection is housed in a building designed by modernist architects Philip Johnson and Richard Foster.

Coordinates: 38°55′18.53″N 77°5′20.82″W / 38.9218139°N 77.0891167°W / 38.9218139; -77.0891167

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