Located at the University of Miami, the Lowe Art Museum is the oldest accredited visual arts institution in Miami-Dade ... More
Lowe Art Museum
Located at the University of Miami, the Lowe Art Museum is the oldest accredited visual arts institution in Miami-Dade County. The permanent collection is comprised Renaissance, Baroque, Native American and pre-Colombian antiquities, and 20th Century contemporary art. Each year the museum presents six new exhibits and offers lectures, tours, and other educational opportunities, including the Beaux Arts Festival. Admission: Adults: USD7; Students, seniors, adult groups (over ten) USD5.
A Treasure On The Bustling University of Miami Campus
By A Yahoo Contributor, 3/1/05
I like this museum very much and go there frequently, It has a wonderful collection of Italian Renaissance paintings(Lippo Vanni,Lorenzo di Credi,Sano di Pietro,Bernardino Fungai,Bacchiacca,Catena,Mazzola).It has splendid Netherlandish paintings(Adrien Isenbrant,Jacob Jordaens,Van Galen). It has a miniscule collection of French paintings with a delightful Monet depiction of a London Bridge and another fine painting by Sisley. It has a huge collection of Twentieth Century American Paintings(Robert Henri,Reginald Marsh,Emil Carlsen,Duane Hansen,Frank Stella).This undervisited art museum is still only five dollars and that includes their special exhibits from other museums.