Monticello in watercolors

06/29/2009 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Thomas Jefferson wasn't just a president and founding father -- he was an intellectual omnivore, driven by insatiable curiosity and a need to make the most of every moment. In a flowing series of paintings and photographs, Maira Kalman explores Jefferson's home, his passions and his determination "never to be idle."

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