This lavish slip-cased volume is the finest and most comprehensive catalogue ever published on Amon Carter Museum's collection. The introduction, written by Director Rick Stewart, relates the museum’s history, including the expansion, and tells the story---with both words and pictures---of its namesake, Amon G. Carter. The publication presents 125 masterworks, dating from 1822 to 1998, and includes a comprehensive index. All media are represented, and each full-page reproduction is accompanied by an essay, artist biography, object dimensions, and inscription information. This coffee-table book features many favorites from the Carter’s holdings. Featured artists include Robert Adams, Alexander Calder, Keith Carter, Stuart Davis, Marsden Hartley, Josiah Hawes, Louise Nevelson, Frederic Remington, John Singer Sargent, William Sharp, Albert Southworth, Alfred Stieglitz, Edward A. Wilson, and many more.