Tampa Museum of Art, Downtown Tampa, Florida

Now time for you to observe the best collections of antique Greek, Etruscan and Roman, in one of American art museums, are the Tampa Museum of Art. Located in Downtown Tampa, Florida. The museum officially opened in 1979 on the banks of the river Hillsbobough, and yesterday the grand opening of the new Tampa Museum of Art took place on February 6, 2010.

At the Tampa Museum of Art, you’ll find more than 500 objects that describe the characteristics of ancient Greek art, italy, roman and others, by showing works such as pottery, statues of marble, ancient glass vessels, bronze, terra cotta, and goods antiques used in daily life that includes thousands of years ago, you also will have the opportunity to enjoy the paintings of Work by regional artists, like Jeff Kronsnoble, Jon Corbino, Edgar Sanchez Cumbas, Mernet Larsen, and others, the collection is from them that became an important component of the collection art painting in Tampa art.

As in other art museums, the Tampa Museum of Art also often hold exhibitions and programs, whether for family, children, teachers, students, and the general public, here the visitors it possible to work directly in the arts, analyze, think, create a art work, and and conduct further exploration in the activities related to art, guided by experts in their field, good for groups, families and students.

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