The Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool is part of National Museums Liverpool – an extensive group of museums and galleries covering a wide range of topics and interests.
With one of the most important and renowned painting collections in the world, visitors should prepare to get lost in European Renaissance paintings, masterpieces by Rembrandt and Rubens, and Impressionist and contemporary works by Monet and Hockney.
Walker Art Galley is also known for its impressive collection of sculptures made between the 18th century and First World War – from the end of the neoclassicism period to the era of ‘New Sculpture’ in Britain.
Also featured at the gallery are various British and European decorative art works dating from 1300 to the present day, video and animation art, as well as a fashion area home to a large collection of around 10,000 Western European costume items.
There are also a variety exciting tours and exhibitions to enjoy at Walker Art Gallery – exploring everything from the life of individual artists to different historic eras through art.
Entry to the gallery is free and you can find more information about opening times, access, and facilities here.
Other members of National Museums Liverpool include the Lady Level Art Gallery, the Museum of Liverpool, and the Internation Slavery Museum. You can find more about what’s on at all of these venues and more on the National Museums Liverpool website.