Thomas Eakins House

The Thomas Eakins House was a home of Thomas Eakins in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is a National Historic Landmark.

The house was built about 1854 by the father of Thomas Eakins. It is a four-story townhouse with three stories built of brick and the fourth of wood. Thomas Eakins inherited the house in 1899. He lived there until his death in 1916.

The Mural Arts Program, a Philadelphia-based art program that creates outdoor murals, is currently based in the Thomas Eakins house.

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