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Mrs. Ben J. Fortson

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Employment History

  • President
    Kimbell Art Foundation
  • Chief Investment Officer and Vice President of the Board
    Kimbell Art Foundation
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Mrs. Ben J. Fortson, ...
www.kimbellart.org, 25 May 2007 [cached]
Mrs. Ben J. Fortson, President of the Kimbell Art Foundation, commented, "It is with much regret that the Board of the Kimbell Art Foundation received Timothy's resignation.
Fort Worth Scene - Art, Entertainment, Restaurants and Theatre in Fort Worth, Texas.
www.fwscene.com, 22 Mar 2006 [cached]
Mrs. Ben J. Fortson, President of the Kimbell Art Foundation, commented, "It is with much regret that the Board of the Kimbell Art Foundation received Timothy's resignation.
Museum News
www.kimbellart.org, 4 Oct 1997 [cached]
Ben J. Fortson, president of the Kimbell Art Foundation, announced today that the Foundation has acquired the first self-portrait by Paul Gauguin (1848-1903), the French Post-Impressionist artist whose remarkable life and work have been inspirational to virtually every great 20th-century artist, in particular Henri Matisse, whose L'Asie of 1946, in the Kimbell Art Museum, amounts to a homage to Gauguin's achievements.
Museum News
www.kimbellart.org, 13 Aug 1997 [cached]
FORT WORTH,The Kimbell Art Foundation has acquired a landmark painting from the final years of Claude Monet (1840-1926), the pioneer Impressionist who is the subject of the Kimbell's popular current exhibit Monet and the Mediterranean, now extended through September 14, it was announced today by Mrs. Ben J. Fortson, president of the Kimbell Art Foundation.
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In announcing the acquisition, Mrs. Fortson declared: "We have always wanted a late work by Monet to complement our early Pointe de la Hève, at Low Tide (of 1865), and we are confident the Matsukata/Rockefeller Weeping Willow, so prized by Monet himself, occupies a place of equal importance in the artist's illustrious career."
But Kimbell Art Foundation ...
www.guidelive.com, 18 Nov 2008 [cached]
But Kimbell Art Foundation board member Ben Fortson said the foundation will fund the project out of its $400 million endowment, with long- and-or short-term loans as needed.
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