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Exhibits featuring Claude Monet and David Park begin in June. Read more

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ake way, Monet. There’s a new masterpiece in town. Edge of a Forest with a Grainfield, painted by 17th-century Dutch landscapist Jacob van Ruisdael, will hang amid Frans Hals, Rembrandt van Rijn and other revered Dutch artists in the Kimbell Art ... Read more

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One of the finest private collections of Samurai armor returns to Texas after an international tour. Beginning this month, the Kimbell Art Museum hosts Samurai: Armor from the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection as its first special exhibi... Read more

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On a mid-September evening, a cool dry air settled on Fort Worth, denoting a change in the weather. It was just before dusk when the blue tarp walls came down that had for three years obscured the Kimbell’s new construction like a tattered blue c... Read more

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The majestic Andes Mountains stretch almost the entire length of South America, encompassing a tremendous range of ecosystems from humid tropics of the Caribbean to ice fields of Patagonia. It is the longest north-south mountain range in the worl... Read more

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He was the Michelangelo of his age, considered the greatest sculptor of the 17th century. And he knew it. No artist is more tightly intertwined with the urban fabric of Rome than Gian Lorenzo Bernini. “Bernini is as important to Rome as the Coli... Read more

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The Kimbell Art Museum will be the only venue to showcase the first-ever loan of the renowned 20th-century collection from The Art Institute of Chicago. The Age of Picasso and Matisse: Modern Masters from The Art Institute of Chicago will be on v... Read more

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by Brennen Anderson The museum is the only U.S. venue for the first-ever international touring exhibition of French Impressionist masterpieces from the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Mass. Sterling Clark, an heir to... Read more

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I love the Impressionists – who doesn’t? And with 30 Renoirs in one show, I’m in sensory heaven.    The beauty of Great French Paintings from the Clark is the obvious taste that Sterling and Francine Clark had in choosing their collection. Pick... Read more

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    Monet in his garden at Giverny, 1921

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