A Pastoral Visit by Richard Norris Brooke
Listen to the Story: 9 minutes
In the late 1800s, it was common for families to have their pastor over for Sunday dinner. That’s what Richard Norris Brooke is depicting here.
We’ll find out what inspired him to document the lives of his African-Americans neighbors in Warrenton, Virginia and the story of the man who founded the first art museum in the country, The Corcoran Gallery.