Private Tour National Gallery of Art Modern Art

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National Gallery of Art - East Building

4th St NW · Washington, DC

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Group meets at the benches next to the information desk

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Join Stephen Mead, professional museum tour guide, for an insider private viewing of Modern Art at the National Gallery of Art. Our storyteller will walk you into the stories of Pablo Picasso, Georgia O’Keefe, Claude Monet, Henri Matisse, Jackson Pollack, and Andy Warhol. View 40 plus pieces of modern art and learn what the message could be and how the artists are telling it. Cost per person $40.00 Get 50% off Discount Code IHARTMODERN http://adventuresforcreativetourists.com/modern_art/ About Stephen Mead: Stephen Mead, tour guide and historian of the arts, lived in London until six years ago, where he was invited to lead tours of exhibitions at the Victoria and Albert museum and give talks for the National Arts Collection Fund (UK). and worked for many educational institutions in Britain. Since moving to the DC area, he has led many tours of the capital’s museums and monuments for tourists, student groups and adults. Stephen is also a professional storyteller and brings his skills in story telling to the historical and artistic areas he covers in his tours, providing both an educational and enjoyable experience. Reviews “The tour guide has a British accent. He was very knowledgeable and kept us entertained during our entire trip.” – customer review on yelp “Stephen really gives it his all. His performance as a tour guide is award-worthy”- customer review on TripAdvisor “While guiding us to a selection of the art at the gallery Stephen Mead was entertaining and informative. He had a story to tell about each piece of art that he took us to view and pointed out details that would have escaped most of us if we were on our own. In the process we learned something about art that we didn’t know before the tour. It will stand us in good stead as we continue to view and enjoy the masterworks of the art world wherever we go.” Goldstar