This work is one of the artist's last known “genre” paintings—images that depict everyday or ordinary domestic scenes—before he transitioned almost exclusively to religious scenes.Learn More
In the 1970s, a woodcut by one of the world's greatest printmakers, the German Renaissance artist Albrecht Dürer, was stolen from the Brooks. This print, the Expulsion of Adam and Eve, was part of a complete set of thirty-six illustrations and a title page known as the Small Passion.Learn More
Due South: Ke Francis and Hoopsnake Press is built around seven of Ke Francis’ books that exemplify his work as a narrative artist living and working in the South.Learn More
The Brooks is Memphis' art museum. Until we move Downtown, we're OPEN in Overton Park. Come explore your museum and its 29 galleries, 2 art classrooms, print study room, research library, and professional auditorium.About the Brooks
Monday + Tuesday
10a – 8p
10a – 4p
10a – 4p
10a – 5p
11a - 5p
Every Wednesday, your museum is FREE and open late!
Join billboard gospel artist and host Courtney Franklin along with many more great Memphis gospel acts in an afternoon of performances at the Brooks to mark the closing weekend of Paradise Lost: Albrecht Dürer's Stolen Eden.Learn More
At the Brooks, we believe art is a unifying force. We see how art inspires creativity, dialogue, and communal spirit. That is why we strive to make art accessible to the whole community, in and outside the museum.