El Pomar Foundation has seven original Toulouse-Lautrec (Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, 1864-1901) lithographs in its collection. The lithographs that hang in this boardroom were purchased in the mid 1950’s by William Thayer Tutt for approximately $50 each from a small gallery across from the Plaza Hotel in New York City.
Penrose House is for active 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations or government equivalents only.
Meetings must be strategic and productive in nature. Social, networking, celebratory or recognition-oriented events do not qualify.
Our reservations fill fast! To ensure we can book your meeting, please reach out to us sooner than later.
Guided tours are available to the public one Saturday a month by reservation only. Please call for more information.
El Pomar Foundation does not allow professional or amateur photography on its properties to include Penrose House. Smartphone photos are OK.
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