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What You'll Get
Old masters rewarded observant art critics by hiding things in their paintings, such as discreet self-portraits and lewd caricatures of the queen. Redeem art history with this Groupon.
$17 for a Museum Admission Package for Two Adults (Up to $34 Value)
- Two general admission tickets to the Lowe Art Museum (up to a $20 value)
- Two general admission tickets to the Coral Gables Museum (up to a $14 value)<p>
General admission tickets grant visitors access to all regular collections. Guests can also browse current exhibitions at both institutions. The Coral Gables Museum’s “Italy in Motion,” for example, highlights the quality and sophisticated style of 20th-century Italian vehicles, including Vespas, Ferraris, mini cars, and bikes.
The Fine Print
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About Lowe Art Museum
When the University of Miami's Lowe Art Museum began in 1952, the school could comfortably display its entire collection in three unused classrooms. Those days are long past. Today, the museum stands as Miami's most comprehensive collection of western and non-western art. The permanent collections feature pieces drawn from across human history, with notable works including Claude Monet's Waterloo Bridge and a recently acquired face mask from the Dan people of Côte d'Ivoire and Liberia, forged from wood, cloth, and fur. A sizable trove of Native American artifacts includes pieces from the Southeast such as a beautifully embroidered bead shoulder bag. Other exhibits include paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints, and photographs from the Middle Ages through the present, including the Samuel H. Kress Collection of Renaissance and Baroque art, as well as pottery, sculpture, and metalwork from ancient Greece and the Roman Empire, dating from the first millennium BCE through the 4th century CE.