The Lowe Art Museum at the University of Miami

Bridgeman is proud to now represent the Lowe Art Museum. Spanning over 5,000 years, the Lowe's collection appeals to a multidisciplinary audience of scholars, students and fine art lovers.

 

As the museum for the University of Miami, the Lowe Art Museum serves as an educational and cultural liaison to the community extending beyond academia to the vibrant art scene in Miami. One of the finest art collections in the Southeast, the Lowe holds an eclectic collection of over 17,500 original works from the Americas, Asia, Europe and Africa.

Bridgeman is in the process of scanning and cataloging the Lowe collection, with many more images to come. Click to view the images currently available online. For general research assistance, or if you need help finding a specific image from the Lowe, please email requests to sales@bridgemanimages.com

 

 

Female figure nursing an infant, Central Highlands, Mexico, c. 350-550 (ceramic & pigment), Teotihuacan
Female figure nursing an infant, Central Highlands, Mexico, c. 350-550 (ceramic & pigment), Teotihuacan

 

 

Helmet Mask, Africa, Bushoong clan, Kuba Kingdom (Democratic Republic of Congo), 20th century
Helmet Mask, Africa, Bushoong clan, Kuba Kingdom (Democratic Republic of Congo), 20th century

 

 

Art and Ceremonial Objects from Across the Globe

This unique museum is a rich repository for diverse collections of art and artifacts from China, Japan, the Pacific, Africa and the America’s. Magnificent Chinese pottery, porcelain and woodcuts complement  Buddhist and Hindu religious artifacts and sculpture from India and Nepal. Ancient American cultures, such as the Maya, are well represented through ceremonial artifacts, funerary sculptures and pottery in addition to tribal artifacts. The Lowe’s African Art Collection sports face masks used in religious ceremonies, religious cultural objects as well as utilitarian objects.

 

 

The Judgement of Paris by Jacob Jordaens/ Gift of the Samuel H. Kress Foundation
The Judgement of Paris by Jacob Jordaens/ Gift of the Samuel H. Kress Foundation

 

Western Art Collection

The Lowe’s Western Art Collection boasts beautiful works from the Northern Renaissance, the Italian Renaissance and Baroque periods. Of particular significance are paintings and sculptures donated to the museum by the Samuel H. Kress Foundation. Notable works include Boccaccio Boccaccino’s Madonna adoring the Child, Tintoretto’s Portrait of a Young Man in Black, The Judgement of Paris (left) by Jacob Jordaens, Allegory by Bernardino Licinio and Portrait of a Scholar by Lucas Cranach the Elder.

 

Artifacts from the Collection of the Lowe Art Museum. Click for more information on the images.
Artifacts from the Collection of the Lowe Art Museum.

 


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