Yesterday I visited the Lady Lever art gallery (there was also a Matisse exhibition on which I was very happy about).
Information about the Lady Lever Art Gallery.
Picture from the lady lever website.
The Lady Lever Art Gallery is regarded as one of the finest art galleries in Europe. It’s located in model village, Port Sunlight in Wirral, a place rich in architectural charm.
The gallery was founded by William Hesketh Lever (1851-1925) and is dedicated to his wife Elizabeth, Lady Lever. Lever wanted to share his collections with the public and the works on display at the gallery have been personally selected.
Inside the gallery, visitors will find the best of Lever’s personal art collection and the finest collection of Wedgwood jasperware anywhere in the world. The Pre-Raphaelite painting collection is internationally renowned and features works by Millais, Rossetti, Burne-Jones and Holman Hunt.
Here are the pictures I took of the exhibits:
Check out the next post for the Matisse exhibition.