Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences

Interesting
Another creation of William Jay, the Regency-style mansion was initially built in 1818 as the home of Alexander Telfair. The expanded structure now houses a noteworthy collection of works by members of the Ash Can school—Robert Henri, George Luks and George Bellows—as well as American portraiture, and collections of early-19C furniture and silver.

Useful information

Address : 

121 Barnard St.

Phone:

+1 912-790-8800

Price:

free of charge

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