Walart Gallery, Liverpool Walker Art Gallery, is the most important Gallery in Liverpool. It introduces in detail the art history from the 13th century 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 Art in the North . ?
The exterior is an ancient building with the style of Greek and Roman pillars, which has a very historical sense. Take the train to Liverpool Lime Street as soon as you leave the station, walk to the right side for 3-5 minutes, and there is a fountain and a tall monument in front of it. It's easy to find. Because nobody went before the poor swim, so I don't know about this gallery. After visiting, I still like it very much. On the right hand side of the first floor is the sculpture hall. There are many vivid Chinese and white jade sculptures with Italian flavor. Students who like photography should not miss it. On both sides of the staircase wall leading to the second floor are large paintings. I personally know that Napoleon is more famous for crossing the snow mountain. Another version of the painting is hidden in the Louvre. Upon the second floor, the visitor starts from the room closest to his side. It looks like Victorian paintings and sculptures. They are visited in time sequence from room to room. Finally, they will arrive at the exhibition area of modern art. Personal favorite is the first room, almost every work has been seen one by one, with narrative paintings as the main type, so look at the introduction will find a lot of stories. When I went, there were a lot of children who were taken by teachers to sketch in the art gallery. They could listen to their conversations when they were free. They were very funny. The Audio Guide seemed 1.95 pounds each, which was very affordable. After the visit, don't forget to buy some postcards of your favorite paintings in the store. Because the copyright of the paintings belongs to the museum, they can't be bought anywhere else. There is also an open cafe on the first floor. All the consumption inside will be donated to the museum for operation. After all, people don't accept admission tickets.
This is the Walkers Art Museum in downtown Liverpool. It's easy to find a water fountain and a tall monument in front of it. It's a train ride to the Lime Street and it's only a 3-5 minute walk to the right. On the right hand side of the first floor is the sculpture hall. There are vivid Han Baiyu sculptures. On both sides of the staircase wall leading to the second floor, there are large paintings. Upon the second floor, from the nearest side of the room to visit, are Victorian paintings and sculptures. Visit each room in chronological order and eventually arrive at the exhibition area of modern art. After the visit, you can buy some postcards printed with your favorite paintings in the shop. The copyright of paintings belongs to museums, so they can't be bought anywhere else. There is also an open cafe on the first floor, where all the consumption will be donated to the museum for operation. After all, people do not accept admission tickets.
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Staying inside and looking at sculptures, paintings of different periods, and handicraft works of art, is simply enjoyable! Almost all of them have a story to tell to tourists, and it gives people many inspiring thoughts, which is worth taking time to appreciate!