Hill–Stead Museum

Hill–Stead Museum

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    Hill–Stead Museum is a Colonial Revival house and art museum set on a large estate at 35 Mountain Road in Farmington, Connecticut. It is best known for its French Impressionist masterpieces, architecture, and stately grounds. The property was designated a National Historic Landmark as a nationally significant example of Colonial Revival architecture, built in 1901 to designs that were the result of a unique collaboration between Theodate Pope Riddle, one of the United States' first female architects, and the renowned firm of McKim, Mead & White. The house was built for Riddle's father, Alfred Atmore Pope, and the art collection it houses was collected by Pope and Riddle.

    Location 35 Mountain Road, Farmington, Connecticut
    Area 150 acres (0.61 km2)
    Built 1901
    Architect Theodate Pope Riddle in association with McKim, Mead and White
    Architectural style Colonial Revival
    Website Hill–Stead Museum
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    Fishing Boats at Sea by Claude Monet. Blue Surf Art, Reproduction Wall Art
    Fishing Boats at Sea
    Claude Monet
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