Bass Museum

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Bass Museum
Bass Museum is located in Florida
Bass Museum
Location within Florida
Established 1963
Location Miami Beach, Florida, United States
Coordinates 25°47′51″N 80°07′50″W / 25.79743°N 80.13062°W / 25.79743; -80.13062
Type Art museum
Director Silvia Cubina
Public transit access Metrobus, Collins Ave at 22 Street
Website Bass Museum

The Bass Museum of Art is an art museum located in Miami Beach, Florida in the United States. The museum specializes in art from around the world from the Renaissance to modern art. The Bass Museum was founded in 1963 by the City of Miami Beach from a private donation by art collectors John and Johanna Bass, and occupies the 1930s Miami Beach Public Library and Art Center.

The Museum creates and presents traveling exhibitions from national and international collections in order to stimulate tourism and provide an important cultural destination for Miami Beach. Collection highlights include Contemporary art, 19th-century paintings, and Asian art.[1]

Artists represented at this art museum include Cornelis van Haarlem, Peter Paul Rubens and Studio, Ferdinand Bol, Benjamin West and Armand Guillaumin.

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  1. ^ Bass Museum: About, ARTINFO, 2008, retrieved 2012-03-24 

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