The museum does include articles of decorative art, including some wrought iron pieces . . .
a bit of sculpture . . .
and even some interesting drape tassels.
Admittedly, a little unorthodox, but I did like the natural lighting that the window was offering. (This required my getting down on my hands and knees, by the way.)
But the real interest is in the building and grounds, rather than in its contents.
The gardens behind the residence were very nicely maintained and included a number of nice sculptures.
I also liked the wrought iron gate at the east end of the gardens.
Here is a closeup of the gate that featured a jogger going past on Lincoln Memorial Drive. My timing wasn't the best on this shot.
The residence was built around a central courtyard that featured a 2nd century marble statue of Mercury (Hermes),
although I learned that only the torso was original; the remainder was reconstructed in the 17th century. Still, impressive.
Here is a shot of one of the courtyard corridors.
Finally, I took a shot of one of the windows in the front wall of the courtyard.
I did like the espaliered shrub next to the window. My only quibble is with the sunlight that was catching the top of the shrub.