You're no stranger to the bohemian boutiques and galleries in Old City, but if you're looking to whet your artistic palate a little further, today's deal from the Philadelphia Museum of Art offers a different stroke: Pay $12 (regularly $25) for one adult admission ticket to the "Gauguin, Cézanne, Matisse: Visions of Arcadia" exhibition, including general admission to the Museum. Exploring the common theme of an Earthly paradise, or Arcadia, this stunning exhibition showcases three paintings -- Paul Gauguin's "Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?," Paul Cézanne's "The Large Bathers," and Henri Matisse's "Bathers by a River" -- that capture the idea of a mystical place of contentment and harmony, which was particularly prominent in French culture during the early 1900s. On display until September 3, this critically acclaimed art exhibition also features masterpieces from the likes of Albert Gleizes, Pablo Picasso, and more. Though it's only shown in Philly through September 3, this deal is valid for general admission until October 28, meaning you have plenty of time to check out the permanent collection in the galleries.
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PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON September 1, 2020
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON October 28, 2012
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Ticket to "Gauguin, Cézanne, Matisse: Visions of Arcadia" and General Admission
- from $12