If you want to see the Master's of Native American art, look no further. Tiger, Crumbo, Stone--well, you get the picture; all the great ones' works are here and lots of them. The collection also includes important early American documents, paintings and sculptures. The museum itself is on the land that was the estate of Thomas Gilcrease, who bequeathed it and his art collection to create a museum. You can tour his house, look out over his land from the museum built next door, and enjoy outside exhibits during mild weather.
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