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August 26 2007 Art Appreciation Newsletter

Philip Johnson's Glass House

On June 23rd, Philip Johnson's Famous Glass House opened to the public. Located in New Canaan, Connecticut, the house was originally given to the National Trust for Historic Preservation in 1986. Johnson would continue to live there until his death in 2005 at age 98.

Glass House, a 56 X 32 foot "box" was built in 1949, the postwar era. Located on 47 wooded acres, some of the other buildings on the estate display works of art by such notables as Frank Stella and Julian Schnabel. Johnson's partner, the late David Whitney, was an art dealer and collector.

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To learn more about the National Trust for Historic Preservation, visit: Their wonderful magazine "Preservation" is a benefit of being a member of this nonprofit organization chartered by Congress in 1949 which is "dedicated to protecting the irreplaceable and fighting to save historic buildings and the neighborhoods and landscapes they anchor."
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