America's Castles: The Artists

America's Castles: The Artists
Type TV Special
MPAA Rating N/A
Runtime 1hr
Genres Documentary
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Status Completed
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Special looks at the homes of three American artists: Beauport, built in 1907 by interior designer Henry Davis Sleeper; Chesterwood, built in 1901 by Daniel Chester French, the sculptor of Lincoln's statue in the Lincoln Memorial; and The Longfellow House, built in 1759 by a wealthy Royalist, later used by George Washington during the siege of Boston and purchased in 1837 by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's father-in-law as a wedding gift.