The Carter collection celebrates the breadth and depth of American art, from early daguerreotypes to site-specific installations by contemporary artists. The museum was founded around Amon G. Carter Sr.’s extensive collection of works by Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell, but it has since expanded to encompass artworks by thousands of artists working from the early nineteenth century through to today that display the creativity and complexity of American art.
Maple Leaves and Pine Needles, Tamworth, New Hampshire, October 3, 1956
Eliot Porter 1956
Dye imbibition print
Study for "Symphony in Flesh Color and Pink: Portrait of Mrs. Frances Leyland"
James McNeill Whistler 1871
Pastel and charcoal on paper