1 EAGLETON NOTES: Lady Lever Art Gallery



Saturday, 17 July 2010

Lady Lever Art Gallery

On Monday CJ and I went to the Lady Lever Art Gallery in Port Sunlight on The Wirral.  The Gallery, which owes its existence to the first Viscount Leverhulme (who also owned a large part of the Isle of Lewis), houses a thrilling array of art of many genres including a fine collection of pictorial art of the Pre-Raphaelites for whom, for some unaccountable reason, I have been drawn since my early 20s.  


The Gallery is seen in the distance at the end of a wide avenue of trees and gardens with an ornamental fountain in front of the Gallery.


Foreshortened by the camera with the war memorial in the foreground.

DSC02066 The main entrance


The central gallery

The Gallery and its collections will be the subject of further posts.


  1. Oh my! Isn't that grand?! Must keep quite a few people employed to keep it looking like that!

  2. Looks like a place where one could spend a while...! :)