Musson House Review
This Italianate house was built by impressionist Edgar Degas's maternal uncle, Michel Musson—a rare Creole inhabitant of the predominantly American Garden District. Musson had moved to his Esplanade Street residence before Degas made his visit to New Orleans, so it's unlikely the artist ever stayed at this address. A later owner added the famous "lace" iron galleries.
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