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Visitors look at furniture at the National Gallery of Art on October 2, 2012 in Washington,DC. The National Gallery of Art in Washington has just added a very important collection of American furniture dating from the eighteenth and nineteenth century, some unique, given by a couple of collectors, the museum announced. The collection includes some 200 pieces (furniture, paintings, drawings) which many of furniture dating from 1700 to 1830, will be permanently displayed with rotations of objects, from Sunday in five halls of the prestigious museum in the capital U.S.. They have been collected since the late 1950s by George Kaufman, now deceased, and his wife Linda, from Virginia. AFP PHOTO/FABIENNE FAUR (Photo credit should read FABIENNE FAUR/AFP/GettyImages)
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Visitors look at furniture at the National Gallery of Art on October 2, 2012 in Washington,DC. The National Gallery of Art in Washington has just added a very important collection of American furniture dating from the eighteenth and nineteenth century, some unique, given by a couple of collectors, the museum announced. The collection includes some 200 pieces (furniture, paintings, drawings) which many of furniture dating from 1700 to 1830, will be permanently displayed with rotations of objects, from Sunday in five halls of the prestigious museum in the capital U.S.. They have been collected since the late 1950s by George Kaufman, now deceased, and his wife Linda, from Virginia. AFP PHOTO/FABIENNE FAUR (Photo credit should read FABIENNE FAUR/AFP/GettyImages)
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Visitors look at furniture at the National Gallery of Art on October... News Photo 153309149Arts Culture and Entertainment,Furniture,Horizontal,Look,National Gallery,USA,Visit,Washington DCPhotographer Collection: AFP 2012 AFPVisitors look at furniture at the National Gallery of Art on October 2, 2012 in Washington,DC. The National Gallery of Art in Washington has just added a very important collection of American furniture dating from the eighteenth and nineteenth century, some unique, given by a couple of collectors, the museum announced. The collection includes some 200 pieces (furniture, paintings, drawings) which many of furniture dating from 1700 to 1830, will be permanently displayed with rotations of objects, from Sunday in five halls of the prestigious museum in the capital U.S.. They have been collected since the late 1950s by George Kaufman, now deceased, and his wife Linda, from Virginia. AFP PHOTO/FABIENNE FAUR (Photo credit should read FABIENNE FAUR/AFP/GettyImages)