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Designed by renowned architect Philip Johnson, the Amon Carter Museum of American Art houses a preeminent collection of nineteenth-and twentieth-century painting, sculpture, and works on paper, and it is one of the nation's major repositories of...more
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At the time of my visit second floor was closed but still - I loved exploring the first floor and mezzanine level. The building was designed by Philip Johnson (he called it THE building of his career). Not a big museum but this place has...More
This is a nice place not expected, but really has some nice bronze statues and some really good paintings of the wild wild west. The cowboy and Indian photos are priceless and the other intriguing art collections. This is a free museum with plenty of...More
It is not a large museum, but quite interesting collection of American art. Remington and Russel are major feature, but also has work by O'Keefe. Enjoyed seeing some artists who were new to me. Especially liked that it wasn't a huge museum that took all...More
An amazing architectural gem by Phillip Johnson that captures the essence of great American Design to display great American Art. The exhibits are always so well chosen and curated, and the permanent collection is outstanding. A must for those who love Russell and Remington, with...More
This is a must see for anyone visiting Fort Worth. The collection is extensive and the Remington and Russell gallery has an extensive collection of these early western artists. There is no admission charge!