Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool - Google Cultural Institute
The Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool, is home to a national collection of
paintings, decorative art and sculpture from the 13th century to the present
day. Originally developed for the people of the city, it now holds the best
collection of historic art outside of London.
Entry is free
The galleries have something for every taste including European Renaissance
paintings, masterpieces by Rubens, Poussin, Rembrandt, Turner and Stubbs,
Pre-Raphaelite artworks by Rossetti and Millais and Impressionist works by
Monet and Degas.
The Gallery's ever growing collection of contemporary art means there is
always something new to experience.
The Walker Art Gallery's British Art collection is celebrated in a new gallery
highlighting works produced between 1880 and 1950. It features the artists
Lucian Freud and L S Lowry among others.
The Craft and Design Gallery displays more than 500 items as diverse as an
espresso coffee maker to designer couture dresses.
Big Art for Little Artists is our family gallery with activities for children up to 8
years old. There are regular events, storytelling sessions and an opportunity
to dress up like a character from the paintings.
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For exhibition listings and family events visit www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk
Open daily 10am to 5pm
Closed 25, 25 December and 1 January