The Walker Art Museum is a very unique venue for fine arts. The fine arts are very rich. The entire gallery has a large building area. Those who visit here are all food lovers and appreciate the works of art here. of.
[Scenery] The whole scenery is very beautiful
[Interest] Very interesting
Known as the National Art Gallery of the North of England, you can imagine how rich the collection is. There are from the 13th century classical works to modern British art. It is a very enjoyable visit.
Liverpool is well worth visiting for leisure, not just looking at the flowers. Its parks, bars, stadiums, and galleries are worth savoring slowly. The British live slowly and do things in an orderly manner, unlike the Chinese who have everything in a hurry.
Liverpool Walk Art Gallery is the most important art gallery in Liverpool. It provides a detailed introduction to the art history from the 13th to the 20th century, especially the art of the pre-Raphael era, modern British art and other excellent sculpture collections. . Walker Art Gallery is also known as the "National Gallery of the North".
The biggest art center
This is the Walkers Art Gallery in downtown Liverpool. It takes a train to Liverpool Lime Street a stop, walks to the right hand side 3-5 minutes to reach, there is a fountain and a high monument in front, it is still easy to find. On the right hand side of the first floor is the sculpture hall, with lifelike white jade sculptures, and large paintings on both sides of the stairs leading to the second floor. After going up the second floor, the most recent room, from the view, is Victorian paintings and sculptures. The rooms are timed to be visited and eventually reach the modern art exhibition area. After the visit, you can buy a few postcards from your favorite paintings in the store. The copyrights are owned by museums, so you can't get them anywhere else. There is an open cafe on the ground floor, and all the money is donated to the museum for operation. After all, there are no tickets!