The House of Cards Tour of Baltimore

By Jennifer M. Wood - 2014-03-05T19:01:44Z

Photograph by Netflix via Conde Nast Traveler

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Baltimore Museum of Art

Baltimore, MD

Frank gives Zoe a lesson in subterfuge and masterworks at the Baltimore Museum of Art. "The section that we shot in is not a place where they display any art, so we were able to go in there in the daytime," says Arnold. "There were a few sculptural pieces that were around that we were able to clear for copyright, so it worked out well." The image that Frank chose as the backdrop for their meeting—Thomas Eakins’ 1872 oil painting, The Biglin Brothers Racing—actually resides in D.C.’s National Gallery of Art.

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