The Amon Carter’s works on paper collection includes over 800 watercolors and drawings and approximately 6,500 prints covering a wide range of subjects—from views of the West by early-nineteenth-century artist-explorers to twentieth-century abstractions by American modernists.

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William H. Johnson (1901–1970)
Breakdown, ca. 1940
Modified screenprint
Purchase with funds provided by the Council of the Amon Carter Museum