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One of the Fort Worth Attractions is the Kimbell Art Museum of Fort Worth Texas.

Kimbell Art Museum is housed in a building designed by architect Louis Kahn, has been in operation since 1972, and has developed over the years into a major art gallery, housing more than 350 works of art, including important paintings from Asia, Africa, Europe, works from the Americas before the European incursion, ancient paintings from Greece, the Middle East, and Rome.

The Building

The attractive, modern building of the Kimbell Art Museum is a two-story, symmetrical design where symmetry is the key to the museum’s success.

It is enhanced by the use of travertine, white oak, concrete, aluminum, glass and stainless steel, with skylights in the vaults providing diffused lighting to the interior of the galleries.

Gallery

When visiting this museum you will have the opportunity to appreciate the first work with which the museum was inaugurated 50 years ago, it is a British canvas of 1931, also find works The Resurrection of Lazarus, a painting by Duccio, and others like El Greco, Caravaggio with The Card Players, Fra Angelico, Jan Gossaert, with the Portrait of Henry III, The Butchery of Annibale Carracci, The Cheaters of Georges de La Tour.

You will also be able to appreciate works of the consecrated such as Michelangelo with The Temptation of St. Anthony, Rembrandt with the Bust of a Young Jew, Francisco de Goya with the painting Pedro Romero, and a great variety of works of outstanding painters such as Andrea Mantegna with The Madonna and Child with St Joseph, and the Baptist, Guercino author of Jesus with the Samaritan Woman, Giovanni Bellini with the Crist Blessing, and The Wrath of Achilles by the famous French neoclassical painter Jaques Louis David, among many other works that will cause you admiration.

Location

Kimbell Art Museum is located at 3333 Camp Bowie Boulevard, in the cultural district of Fort Worth Texas, in the United States.

How to get to the Kimbell Art Museum

To get to this site considered one of the Attractions Fort Worth, there are 42.6 km from the Dallas airport, and you can cover that route in 6 alternatives:

* By train, it will take you 1 hour, with 20 minutes, and it can cost you between $2 and $6.
* By Taxi, you can take about 30 minutes, and it can cost you between $55 and $70.
* By bus line 431, it takes 1 hour and 46 minutes and costs between $3 and $8.
* Shuttle buses from the airport take 30 minutes, and the cost is between $30 and $40.
* By private car it takes 30 minutes and costs between $2 to $4.
* Towncar takes 30 minutes, but is the most expensive option, costing $120 to $170.

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