Selections from the Amon Carter's collections of prints, drawings, and watercolors
The Amon Carter’s works on paper collection includes more than 900 watercolors
and drawings that cover a wide range of subjects—
from views of the West by early nineteenth-century artist-explorers
to twentieth-century abstractions.
These works also include more than 7,000 prints, from lithographs of the Mexican-American War
and William Guy Wall's magnificent Hudson River Port Folio
to a complete set of prints by George Bellows.
Artists represented in these holdings include William Trost Richards,
John James Audubon,
James McNeill Whistler,
and Oscar Bluemner.