Join us in Washington, D.C. to experience the landmark Johannes Vermeer exhibition at the National Gallery of Art and view other stellar European art collections in the Capital City.

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 Johannes Vermeer, <i>A Lady Writing</i>, 1665. Credit: The National Gallery of Art  Johannes Vermeer, <i>Woman Holding a Balance</i>, c. 1664. Credit: The National Gallery of Art  Caspar Netscher, <i>A Woman Feeding a Parrot</i>, 1666. Credit: The National Gallery of Art  Gerard ter Borch the Younger, <i>The Suitor's Visit</i>, 1658. Credit: Andrew W. Mellon Collection, The National Gallery of Art  Edward Hopper, <i>Sunday</i>, 1926. Credit: The Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C.  Entry hallway at Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens. Credit: John Dean  Foyer at Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens  French drawing room at Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens  The Kreeger Museum. Credit: Robert Lautman  Pierre‐Auguste Renoir, <i>Luncheon of the Boating Party</i>, 1881.  Credit: The Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C.  Honoré Daumier, <i>The Uprising</i>, 1848 or later. Credit: The Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C.

Vermeer and the Genius of Dutch Art

Featuring the landmark exhibition at the National Gallery of Art

4 days from $2,795

Join us in Washington, D.C. to experience the landmark Johannes Vermeer exhibition at the National Gallery of Art and view other stellar European art collections in the Capital City.

or Call 855-330-1542

Oct 31 - Nov 3, 2017 Departure
Bill Kloss

Bill Kloss

Bill Kloss is an art historian who has led over 100 tours for Smithsonian Journeys and our travelers continually look to him for new insight into the world of American and European art. He has written and contributed to books on the fine art collections of the White House, the Department of State, the U.S. Senate, and the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Since 1990, he has served on the Committee for the Preservation of the White House, appointed by President George H. W. Bush and reappointed by President Bill Clinton and President George W. Bush. Bill earned his B.A. in English and his M.A. in art history from Oberlin College, and was a Teaching Fellow at the University of Michigan. After two years in Rome as a Fulbright Scholar, Bill taught at the University of Virginia before settling in Washington, D.C.