Kazys Varnelis Museum


During his 50 years in the US, Kazys Varnelis earned fame and fortune with his optical and three-dimensional paintings. This museum shows his personal collection of paintings, furniture, sculptures, maps and books, including works by Dürer, Goya and Matteo Di Giovanni. Visits are by appointment only, so call beforehand.

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