Even if you’re not planning to be in Fort Worth anytime soon, you can still see works from the Carter’s permanent collection on loan to museums all over the country.
- The Carter’s 1870 Cartleton Watkins photograph, Commencement of the Whitney Glacier, Summit of Mt. Shasta, is on view at the Turtle Bay Exploration Park in Redding, California in the exhibition The Art of Mt. Shasta until May 2.
- Seven paintings and sculpture by Charles M. Russell are on loan to the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa as part of the exhibition The Masterworks of Charles M. Russell: A Retrospective of Paintings & Sculpture through May 2.
- Georgia O’Keeffe’s painting, Series I–No. I, is on view until May 9 at the Phillips Collection in Washington DC as part of the exhibition O’Keeffe and Abstraction.
- Seven daguerreotypes and two cyanotypes from the Carter’s photography collection are included in a special education & connoisseurship gallery in the Dallas Museum of Art’s exhibition The Lens of Impressionism: Photography and Painting Along the Normandy Coast, 1850-1874 through May 23.
- A daguerreotype portrait of James K. Polk from the 1840s is on view at the San Diego History Center through June 6 for the exhibition Faces of the Frontier: Photographic Portraits from the American West, 1845-1924.
- The Carter’s Stuart Davis painting Egg Beater No. 2 is on loan to the Newark Museum until May 23 for the exhibition Constructive Spirit: Abstract Art in South and North America, 1920s-50s. This exhibition will then travel to the Carter, opening June 26.
- Thirteen photographs by Eliot Porter and Todd Webb and Georgia O’Keeffe’s painting Dark Mesa with Pink Sky are on view at the National Cowgirl Museum in Fort Worth through September 6 in the exhibition Georgia O’Keeffe and the Faraway: Nature and Image.
Eliot Porter, [Trip down Colorado River with Georgia O'Keeffe and Porter family (Steve and Kathy)], dye imbibition print, 1961, © 1990 Amon Carter Museum