Bass Museum of Art  Member, Greater Miami Convention & Visitor Bureau

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With a collection of Renaissance and Baroque paintings, contemporary photography and much, much more, the Bass Museum draws visitors with appetites for the rare and eclectic. Since its founding in 1963, the museum has brought international fine arts straight to Miami Beach and expanded its historical Art Deco building to more than 35,000 sq. ft. Japanese woodblock prints, Asian sculpture and ceramics, Rococo court paintings, 19th century landscapes, Latin American paintings, 16th century French tapestries, and works by Rembrandt, Daumier and Toulouse-Lautrec are just a few of more than 3,000 pieces that make up the Bass' permanent exhibits. The personal Austrian art collection of museum founder John Bass, an avid collector of objects from his homeland, is also frequently on display. Don't leave without seeing the outdoor arrangement of contemporary sculptures in bronze, steel, fiberglass and vivid polyester resin or checking out special temporary exhibits, which, in the past, have featured works by Frida Kahlo, Picasso and Matisse.


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