The reconstructed Frederic Remington Studio, on view in the Whitney Western Art Museum. Photo by Jasen Hanson.
The collections of the Whitney Western Art Museum present a panorama of art about the American West, commemorating the events, the people, and the landscape of the Rocky Mountain region. Masterworks in the collection span the early nineteenth century through contemporary times.
The reconstructed studios of Frederic Remington and Alexander Phimister Proctor, as well as the original studio cabin of Joseph Henry Sharp, provide visitors an uncommon opportunity to see the work environment of these artists and get a glimpse into their creative process.
‘Buffalo Prayer’ by James Earle Fraser. 51.72
During your visit to the Whitney Western Art Museum, don’t miss our beautiful sculpture gardens, located on the grounds of the Buffalo Bill Center of the West.
View works by western sculptors R.V. Greeves, T.D. Kelsey, James Earle Fraser, Michael Coleman, Harry Jackson, Bob Scriver, Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, Peter Fillerup, and more.
A panoramic view of the Whitney
The Whitney Western Art Museum was completely redesigned and reinstalled in 2009 to great acclaim. Click the image below for a panoramic view taken during the museum’s grand reopening.
Whitney Western Art Museum’s grand reopening, June 2009. Photo by Jasen Hanson.