Visiting the Amon Carter Museum again after several years I was pleasantly surprised by the broader scope of the collection into American art in addition to their traditional core collection of western art. Currently (November 2017), there is an impressive exhibit which portrays hunting, fishing and other outdoor themes. The facility is beautiful and the presentation of artwork very professionally and creatively arranged. The Amon Carter is often overshadowed by the neighboring Kimball, but it is well worth a visit on its own.
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