Kilof Legge of Washington, D.C., uses a monocular to examine the painting "The Dancing couple" by Dutch artist Jan Steen during the "Picture This" tour for blind and low-vision visitors at the National Gallery of Art in Washington. The museum’s tours provide verbal descriptions for visitors once or twice a month.
Kilof Legge of Washington, D.C., uses a monocular to examine the painting "The Dancing couple" by Dutch artist Jan Steen during the "Picture This" tour for blind and low-vision visitors at the National Gallery of Art in Washington. The museum’s tours provide verbal descriptions for visitors once or twice a month. HANDOUT THE WASHINGTON POST
Kilof Legge of Washington, D.C., uses a monocular to examine the painting "The Dancing couple" by Dutch artist Jan Steen during the "Picture This" tour for blind and low-vision visitors at the National Gallery of Art in Washington. The museum’s tours provide verbal descriptions for visitors once or twice a month. HANDOUT THE WASHINGTON POST

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