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Permanent collection includes masterpieces from ancient to modern times, including works from El Greco, Picasso, Matisse, Rembrandt and Cézanne, plus pieces from Africa, Asia, Mesoamerica and the Mediterranean.
The Kimbell Art Museum displays a highly important tomb sculpture dating to the period of the Fifth Dynasty of the Old Kingdom in Egypt, around 240...
A sandstone sculpture of the Hindu deity Harihara, a masterpiece of ancient art and one of the Kimbell's most important sculptures, is back on view...
Come witness the first known painting from Michelangelo Buonarroti.
The Kimbell Art Museum houses works from Fra Angelico, Picasso, Caravaggio and El Greco.
Now a 40-year staple in the Fort Worth Arts District, the Kimbell represents the best of a traditional collection. We rely on it to feed us work by the masters Michelangelo, Caravaggio, Poussin, Monet and Matisse — and to bring touring... More »
When most people hear the word “Impressionism,” famous artists such as Monet, Degas and Toulouse-Lautrec and ordinary subject matters painted with loose brush strokes and creamy blends of color tend to dance across their minds. As one of the most... More »
Caravaggio was just 38 years old when he died in 1610, but he initiated profound change in European art with his in-your-face tableaux, his aggressive use of light and shadow (called chiaroscuro, whic... More »
Some say beauty is fleeting, others say it's in the eye of the beholder, but one thing will always be true: Titian's "La Bella" is an awe-inspiring example of what beauty can be. One of the most celebrated Renaissance artists, Venetian painter... More »
Fort Worth's Kimbell Art Museum has trumped Tom Hanks and his high-tech Da Vinci Code shenanigans by using Apple's iPad as a virtual museum guide for their Picasso and Braque: The Cubist Experiment, 1... More »
We took our 9-year-old to this exhibit, hoping for the best but expecting the worst. When children are 9, anything you do, say, present or wish for is declared "booooring." But this exquisite exhibit, which (too bad for you) just ended, was one of the most impressive Egyptian tours allowed in the United States since the King Tut exhibit. Perhaps it was Osiris resurrecting, perhaps the sarcophagus of Khonsu, perhaps the full-scale reproduction of the tomb of Thutmose III--whatever it was, the... More »
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