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Kimbell Art Museum Library: Library Overview

About the Library

Logo: Kimbell Art MuseumThe Kimbell Art Museum Library offers research resources supporting the study of Antiquities, European Art, Asian Art, Art of the Ancient Americas, and African and Oceanic Art. The Kimbell's art collection includes works of art dating from the 3rd millennium BCE to the mid-20th century CE.

TCU students studying topics that relate to the visual arts—Art, Design, Literature, History, Theatre, World Languages, Anthropology, and many more—will find resources to support their studies in the museum's library.


Featured New Books (not held by TCU)

Book Cover: Kimbell Art Museum Masterworks from the collection
Book Cover: Lives of the gods : divinity in Maya art
Book Cover: Unseen art : making, vision, and power in ancient Mesoamerica
Book Cover: The ladies of art : stories of women in the 16th and 17th centuries
Book Cover: Europe views the world, c.1500-1700
Book Cover: Art & médecine
Book Cover: Kimono and the colors of Japan
Book Cover: Into the white : the Renaissance Arctic and the end of the image

Library Hours

The Library is currently open by appointment only.

Check this space for upcoming Library events.

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Highlights of the Collection

Currently on the Docent Reserve Shelf are books related to the Kimbell's 50th anniversary celebration and activities, as well as our upcoming exhibition, Lives of the Gods: Divinity in Maya Art.

Upcoming Events

No events are currently scheduled. Please check back later!

Need Help?

Contact the librarian.


We offer Wi-Fi, public computers, scanning, and photocopies.

Request items for checkout through TCU Interlibrary Loan.

Physical Address:
3333 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth, TX 76107