Echo and Narcissus back at the Walker

29 October 2009 by Laura

People move painting

National Museums Liverpool’s handling team carefully slide the painting on to special lifting equipment.

Observant visitors to the Walker Art Gallery may have noticed Echo and Narcissus has been away for some time. Lent to the Royal Academy as part of their J.W. Waterhouse: The Modern Pre-Raphaelite exhibition, the beautiful painting of unrequited love returned home yesterday.

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