Constructed in 1864, this building was originally the residence and studio of Victorian painter Frederic, Lord Leighton. Determined to create a "palace of art," Lord Leighton continued to embellish the house over the course of 30 years, his work only ceasing upon his death in 1896. Highlights of the museum include the Arab Hall, which is comprised of over a thousand Islamic tiles from Syria, as well as Lord Leighton's studio located on the first floor. Stop by the Leighton House Museum and you'll be sure to experience a feast for the eyes.
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