On Wednesday, I showed you a picture of the Amon Carter Museum, and mentioned that it was at the top of the hill. It is not a steep hill, but a gradual hill leading up from the nearby Trinity River.
The sculptures are titled Upright Motives #2 and #7. Although I count three? Anyway, they are by Henry Moore (1898-1986), who hailed from England and was apparently the most important sculptor of the twentieth century.