Georgetown resident Evelyn Nef and her husband were friends with Marc Chagall, so he naturally brought them a hostess gift for one of his visits – a mural for their walled back garden. It's still there, and I'd sure love to get inside those walls and see it in situ, as they say. (Photo credit.)
After Nef's death someday the mural will be installed in the National Gallery's Sculpture Garden, which is the perfect public space for it. Until then, the view from the sidewalk is shown below. (Photo credit.)
There's more info about the mural here, including my favorite quote: "'Every summer, we went to France and saw the Chagalls,'" she recalled. The
people, not the paintings."