Join us for a guided tour of the Brooks Museum’s permanent collection and take a closer look at the many different reasons that artists choose nature as their subject. Landscape artists represent scenes from nature in paintings, drawings, prints, and photographs – inside, outside, real, and imaginary. Landscapes can be true-to-life scenes or an abstract arrangement of shapes, lines, and colors. After the tour, enjoy tea and treats in the Terrace Room.
Reservations required by Monday, April 20.$3 per person / Free for Brooks membership.
Call 544 6244 or register online at brooksmuseum.org/tours-and-talks.
Sponsored by the Memphis Brooks Museum League.
Image: Camille Pissarro, French, 1831 - 1903 French, La Ruelle des Poulies à Pontoise, ca. 1872, Oil on canvas, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo N. Dixon, 53.60