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Public art collections in north-west England : a history and guide

Author: Edward Morris
Publisher: Liverpool : Liverpool University Press, 2001.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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There are over thirty public art galleries in north-west England with substantial permanent collections. The superb collections in Liverpool at the Walker Art Gallery and in Manchester at the City Art Gallery and at the Whitworth Art Gallery are well known, while Lord Leverhulme's splendid British paintings and sculptures preserved at the Lady Lever Art Gallery in Port Sunlight have an international reputation. For  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Guidebooks
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Morris, Edward.
Public art collections in north-west England.
Liverpool : Liverpool University Press, 2001
(DLC) 2002391050
(OCoLC)46810772
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Morris
OCLC Number: 823207569
Description: 1 online resource (191 pages) : illustrations, map
Contents: Accrington --
Haworth Art Gallery 16 --
Altrincham --
Dunham Massey 19 --
Birkenhead --
Williamson Art Gallery and Museum 22 --
Blackburn --
Blackburn Museum and Art Gallery 28 --
Blackpool --
Grundy Art Gallery 34 --
Bolton --
Bolton Museum, Art Gallery and Aquarium 37 --
Burnley --
Towneley Hall Art Gallery and Museums 41 --
Bury --
Bury Art Gallery and Museum 48 --
Carlisle --
Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery 53 --
Chester --
Grosvenor Museum 60 --
Coniston --
Brantwood 61 --
Ruskin Museum 61 --
Grasmere --
Wordsworth and Grasmere Museum 62 --
Kendal --
Abbot Hall Art Gallery 64 --
Knutsford --
Tabley House 69 --
Tatton Park 74 --
Lancaster --
Lancaster City Museum 80 --
Ruskin Library, Lancaster University 83 --
Liverpool --
Walker Art Gallery 84 --
Sudley House 98 --
Tate Liverpool 105 --
University of Liverpool Art Gallery 106 --
Oratory 109 --
Macclesfield --
West Park Museum 113 --
Manchester --
Manchester City Art Gallery 114 --
Whitworth Art Gallery 125 --
Oldham --
Oldham Art Gallery and Museum 131 --
Port Sunlight --
Lady Lever Art Gallery 137 --
Preston --
Harris Museum and Art Gallery 146 --
Rawtenstall --
Rossendale Museum 153 --
Rochdale --
Rochdale Art Gallery 154 --
Runcorn --
Norton Priory Museum 159 --
Salford --
Salford Museum and Art Gallery 160 --
Lowry 166 --
Southport --
Atkinson Art Gallery 168 --
Stalybridge --
Astley Cheetham Art Gallery 174 --
Stockport --
Stockport War Memorial and Art Gallery 178 --
Warrington --
Warrington Museum and Art Gallery 180 --
Wigan --
History Shop 184.
Other Titles: Public art collections in north-west England : a history & guide
Responsibility: Edward Morris.

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