Kimbell Art antiquities auction Museum is the last work of Louis Kahn opened by himself. Kay Kimbell was a Texas businessman and a leading holder of a collection of works of art. In his will he said all these were put into a first-class museum that would be built with their money. Egypt and the middle east are full of including art, jewels, paintings, and more Thus, the museum is located in a park in Fort Worth with other art galleries, was entrusted to the then famous Kahn. The museum project began walking in 1967 and was inaugurated in antiquities 1972. Kahn was the end of his life very aware of the importance of natural light Egyptian antiquities in its architecture, being the backbone of the museum. As he said, “A museum is light to antiquities dealers see the shadows”. Years later the draft antiquities for sale Kahn, the Kimbell Museum extension was conducted by a Japanese architect.