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Taft Museum Tile


The Taft Museum of Art was built by Martin Baum. The building later became home to Nicholas Longworth, the grandfather of Maria Longworth Nichols, who founded Rookwood Pottery.

David Sinton lived in the home soon after with his daughter, Anna. Anna later married Charles Phelps Taft, the half-brother of soon-to-be President William H. Taft. Taft accepted his nomination for the presidency at this location in the year 1908.

Today, the Taft Museum is home to some great works from: Gainsborough, Hals, Ingres, Rembrandt, Corot and others, as well as Duncanson murals, Chinese porcelains, watches, sculptures and furniture. Display this tile in your home to pay tribute to American history, the arts, and the City of Cincinnati.

Perfect for:
Cincinnati Fans, Art Enthusiasts, History Lovers, Housewarming Gifts, Home Decor!


*Due to the natural process of glazing, colors may differ from those shown here.

Weight 32 oz
Dimensions 6 × 6 in

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