Bass Museum of Art

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The landmark 1930 Art Deco Bass Museum of Art is named for New York entrepreneur and philanthropist John Bass, who donated his art collection to the city of Miami Beach. The permanent collection includes European holdings that are particularly rich in religious artifacts and French and Flemish tapestries. Highlights include paintings by such masters as Peter Paul Rubens and Sandro Botticelli. The expansion of the museum, by Japanese architect Arata Isozaki, has added vast exhibition halls around a lovely interior courtyard.

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Address : 

2100 Park Ave., 33139 Miami Beach

Phone:

+1 305-673-7530

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