Kimbell Art Museum Kimbell Art Museum
Ft. Worth, TX
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Exhibition: Monet: The Late Years
06/16 /2019– 09/15/2019 (more information)
Claude Monet
The Japanese Footbridge, 1899
Oil on canvas, 32 x 40 in. (81.3 x 101.6 cm)
National Gallery of Art, Washington, Gift of Victoria Nebeker Coberly, in memory of her son John W. Mudd, and Walter H. and Leonore Annenberg. 1992.9.1. Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington
The Japanese Footbridge, 1899
Path under the Rose Arches, Giverny, 1918–1924
Exhibition: Monet: The Late Years
06/16 /2019– 09/15/2019 (more information)
Claude Monet
Path under the Rose Arches, Giverny, 1918–1924
Oil on canvas,
35 x 39.4 in. (89 x 100 cm)
Musée Marmottan Monet,
Michel Monet Bequest, 1966, inv. 5089
Exhibition: Monet: The Late Years
06/16 /2019– 09/15/2019 (more information)
Claude Monet
The Artist's House Seen from the Rose Garden, 1922–1924
Oil on canvas, 35 x 36 in.
(89 x 92 cm)
Musée Marmottan Monet, Paris France, W.1944
The Artist's House Seen from the Rose Garden, 1922–1924
Nymphéas (Waterlilies), 1914–1915
Exhibition: Monet: The Late Years
06/16 /2019– 09/15/2019 (more information)
Claude Monet
Nymphéas (Waterlilies), 1914–1915
Oil on canvas, 63 1/4 in x 71 1/8 in.
(160.66 x 180.66 cm).
Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon. Museum Purchase: Helen Thurston Ayer Fund, 59.16

Kimbell Art Museum
3333 Camp Bowie Boulevard
Fort Worth, Texas 76107-2792
Main: 817-332-8451
Metro: 817-654-1034
Fax: 817-877-1264


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Tuesdays through Thursdays, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Fridays, noon–8 p.m.
Saturdays, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Sundays, noon–5 p.m.

Closed Mondays, New Year's Day, July 4, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day

Admission to the Museum’s permanent collection is always free.
There is a charge for special exhibitions:

Half-price exhibition admission is offered on Tuesdays (all day) and on Fridays from 5–8 p.m.

Inclement Weather Policy
The Kimbell Art Museum follows the policy of the Fort Worth Independent School District regarding delayed openings or closure of the Museum during times of inclement weather. At these times, please check with your local radio or TV station for details, or call the Museum at 817-332-8451.

If the Museum closes due to inclement weather, advance-purchase tickets to special exhibitions open at that time will be honored any day before that exhibition closes.


Parking and Directions

Scheduled Public Tours
Exhibition tours: Available during each special exhibition; inquire at the Information Desk for schedule.
Permanent collection tours: Highlights of the permanent collection
Wednesdays, 2 P.M. and Sundays, 3 P.M. (except during periods of reinstallations)

The Buffet at the Kimbell
Relax in the ambience of one of the most beautiful dining areas in the country, and enjoy Shelby Schafer’ famous homemade soups, salads, sandwiches, quiche, and desserts. Friday evenings at the Kimbell feature a light dinner buffet of soups, salads, pasta dishes, and tortes, with a selection of wines and other beverages, accompanied by live music.

About the Museum

The Vision of the Founders
The Kimbell Art Foundation was established in the 1930s by Kay Kimbell – a successful entrepreneur in retailing, real estate, petroleum, and grain – his wife, Velma Fuller Kimbell, and Mrs. Kimbell’s sister and her husband, Dr. and Mrs. Coleman Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Kimbell had just purchased their first paintings. They continued to collect artworks, and when Mr. Kimbell died in 1964 he bequeathed his collection and entire personal fortune to the Foundation to establish and maintain a public art museum “of the first class” in Fort Worth. Shortly thereafter, Mrs. Kimbell contributed her share of their property to facilitate the full implementation of her husband’s wishes.

By 1966, the Kimbell Art Foundation board of trustees had appointed Dr. Richard F. Brown as the Museum’s first director and set the policy of forming “collections of the highest aesthetic quality, derived from any and all periods in man’s history, and in any medium or style.” They envisioned a small assembly of objects that exemplified the highest aspirations of past generations, displayed under natural light in modestly scaled galleries of fine materials that would charm as well as enrich the visitor.

A World-Renowned Building
“An architecture must have the religion of light.
A sense of light as the giver of all presences. Every building, every room must be in natural light because natural light gives the mood of the day.”—Louis I. Kahn, 1973

A Collection of Masterpieces
The Kimbell Art Museum’s small collection of about 350 works is the embodiment of quality and importance at the highest level. The holdings range in period from antiquity to the 20th century, including European masterpieces from Fra Angelico and Caravaggio to Cézanne and Matisse, and important collections of Egyptian, Near Eastern, Greek, and Roman antiquities, as well as Asian, Precolumbian, and African arts. The Kimbell possesses a core of works that not only epitomize their eras and styles, but also touch individual high points of beauty and historical importance that assure them a place among the masterpieces of world art.


Monet: The Late Years
June 16 – September 15, 2019
(more information)

Permanent collection
Michelangelo’s First Painting: The Torment of Saint Anthony
(more information)

Nicolas Poussin's Sacrament of Ordination (Christ Presenting the Keys to Saint Peter)
(more information)


*Unless otherwise noted, all images are property of Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas. © 2008 Kimbell Art Museum

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