Melania Trump and Brigitte Macron are visiting with Paul Cezanne.
The French artist's work, that is.
The first ladies of the United States and France ditched the White House compound Tuesday and headed across town to the National Gallery of Art's exhibit of about 60 works by the post-impressionist painter.
During the tour the two first ladies view 'The Artist's Father, Reading "L'Événement,"' a simple composition by Cezanne, the artist best-known for his dynamic and colorful still lives.
It was the second day of French President Emmanuel and Brigitte Macron's visit to Washington.
Later Tuesday, President Donald and Melania Trump are hosting the couple at the administration's first state dinner.
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