The home is reconstructed inside the walls of the museum and is pretty much in contrast to the other galleries inside the modern building.
|This is the entry hall into the reconstruction of the house.|
|The reconstruction includes a replica of the exterior coutryard|
|The master bedroom|
The house is full of antique furniture and great works of art including Renoir and Monet.
|The dining room opens into the courtyard|
|The living room or Salon opens to the courtyard opposite the dining room|
|Each room has a directory identifying the artist and the date|
The home has hosted all kinds of dignitaries: Greta Garbo, Aristotle Onassis, and The Duke and Duchess of Windsor, just to name few. Another frequent guest was Winston Churchill. He would stay for months at a time. The following are paintings that Churchill worked on while staying at the home.
Churchill first stayed at the estate in 1956 after retiring from public life.