Highlights of the Audrey Jones Beck Building
In 1992, Spanish architect Rafael Moneo was enlisted to design the next MFAH expansion, to be named for Museum patron Audrey Jones Beck. The Beck Building was created to hold the Museum’s collections of masterworks of European art; Renaissance and Baroque art from the Blaffer Foundation; the John A. and Audrey Jones Beck Collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist Art; prints, drawings, and photographs; and American paintings, sculpture, and decorative arts before 1945.
Moneo’s design created an urban, three-story structure with more than 85,000 square feet dedicated to gallery space. Join this 45-minute tour to sample treasures throughout the Beck Building.
Drop in! Gallery tours are free with Museum admission.