We went everywhere.  I will post a list soon, in the meantime here are some highlights. Washington, DC has certainly built a city to impress, and that goes for their art collections too.

Antoine Watteau, Ceres (Summer), French 1684-1721

Francois Boucher, Allegory of Painting, 1765

Francois Boucher, Allegory of Painting, 1765

 

Photographing Hans Holbein The Younger

Photographing Hans Holbein The Younger

The Muses Urania and Calliope, Simon Vouet c. 1634

Ill-Matched Lovers, Quentin Massys c. 1520/1525

Ill-Matched Lovers, Quentin Massys c. 1520/1525

 

Johannes Vermeer, Girl wth the Red Hat c. 1665/1666

Johannes Vermeer, Girl wth the Red Hat c. 1665/1666

 

Jean-Auguste-Dominque Ingres, The Small Bather, 1826

Jean-Auguste-Dominque Ingres, The Small Bather, 1826

 

Jean Honore Fragonard, Young Girl Reading c. 1770

Jean Honore Fragonard, Young Girl Reading c. 1770

The Annunciation, Jan Van Eyck, c.1434/1436

The Annunciation, Jan Van Eyck, c.1434/1436

 

Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol

Hieronymus Bosch, Death and the Miser c. 1450/1490

Hieronymus Bosch, Death and the Miser c. 1450/1490

 

Mickalene Thomas, Portrait of Mnonja, c. .2010

Mickalene Thomas, Portrait of Mnonja, c. .2010

 

Looking at Francis Bacon

Looking at Francis Bacon

William Jefferson Clinton, Chuck Close c. 2006

William Jefferson Clinton, Chuck Close c. 2006

LL Cool J, Kehinde Wiley c. 2005

LL Cool J, Kehinde Wiley c. 2005

 

Raphael, The Niccolini-Cowper Madonna, C.1508

Raphael, The Niccolini-Cowper Madonna, C.1508

 

Ai WeiWei, Zodiac Heads, Circle of Heads 2010

Ai WeiWei, Zodiac Heads, Circle of Heads 2010