Today's most well-rounded art collections will one day become precious relics of the past, helping future generations answer questions such as "What does time really mean?" and "What was the most popular brand of soup?" Assemble the future's greatest gallery with today's Groupon: for $495, you get $1,000 worth of gallery art at Martin Lawrence Galleries's two San Francisco locations.
Martin Lawrence Galleries collaborates with acclaimed contemporary artists to re-create their works in a multitude of mediums. Individual artists oversee the production of each lithograph and serigraph to ensure authenticity, and traditional techniques and eye-catching embellishments enhance Martin Lawrence Galleries's bronze sculptures. The gallery's Romantic-inspired art illuminates everyday scenes more efficiently than wearing 3-D glasses outdoors, with selections such as La Fiesta by Felix Mas ($1,175) and I Remember Paris, Liudmila Kondakova's suite of three French-infused serigraphs ($2,475). Paintings by Robert Deyber ($495) use animal subjects to transform common turns of phrase into whimsical modern masterpieces, while vibrant lithographs by Phillipe Bertho ($495) merge the strong lines, geometric shapes, and new-comic-book smell reminiscent of 20th-century pop art.