The Walker Art Gallery houses one of the largest art collections in England, outside of London. It is part of the National Museums Liverpool group and is promoted as “the National Gallery of the North”.
The Walker’s collection includes European art from 1300 – 1900, 18th and 19th-century British art, including a major collection of Victorian painting and many Pre-Raphaelite works, 20th-century works and a major sculpture collection. The collection of decorative arts covers a wide range, from Gothic ivories to British ceramics up to the present day.
Masterpieces of the Walker Art Gallery:
- “Isabella” by John Everett Millais
- “The Martyr of Solway” by John Everett Millais
- “Perseus and Andromeda” by Frederic Leighton
Further information about the Walker Art Gallery is available via the following links:
Walker Art Gallery:
- Name: Walker Art Gallery
- City: Liverpool
- Established: 1877
- Location: William Brown Street, Liverpool, England, United Kingdom
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