Shifting the focus from Frederic Remington's popular Western imagery to his less familiar Eastern subjects, this special exhibition, Another Frontier: Frederic Remington's East, invites visitors to expand their knowledge of the context in which Remington worked, while gaining a deeper appreciation of his artistic talent. (more)
The art museum that bears Sid Richardson’s name is dedicated to displaying his collection of Western paintings. On display are paintings by two of the most celebrated artists of the American West: Frederic Remington (1861-1909) and Charles M. Russell (1864-1926).
Works by these two artists form the core of the collection, which includes early paintings by each artist, as well as later paintings produced at the height of their careers.
The current exhibition of 27 artworks reunites popular paintings by Remington and Russell with two works that have not been displayed in the museum since prior to the museum’s renovation in 2005 — Grubpile (The Evening Pipe) (1890) and A Sioux Chief (1901) — both of which are newly framed in period reproduction
Mon-Thurs 9AM - 5PM
Fri-Sat 9AM - 8PM
Sunday 12PM - 5PM
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309 Main Street
Fort Worth, TX 76102
Mon-Thurs 9AM - 7PM
Fri-Sat 9AM - 9PM
Sunday 12PM - 6PM
The Museum offers docent-guided tours, of our collection of Western art, every Tuesday and Saturday at 2:00. Our regularly scheduled tours are FREE and open to the general public without reservations.
In addition, docent-guided tours, including school tours, can be scheduled for your group of 10 to 50 people. All guided tours are approximately one hour. The Sid Richardson Art Museum also houses a studio classroom where tour groups (kindergarden - 12th grade) can experience hands-on activities aligned with docent-guided tours.
Requests for a Guided Tour must be placed at least three weeks in advance so that a tour can be tailored for your group.
Click here for additional information regarding any of our tour options.
The Sid Richardson Art Museum is located in the heart of downtown Fort Worth, in Historic Sundance Square. The Museum is close to the best of Fort Worth's restaurant and entertainment offerings and is within walking distance of the Fort Worth Convention Center, Bass Performance Hall, and the Sundance Square Plaza.