The eye closes

6 May 2011 by Alison Cornmell

There are only seven days left before the exhibition A Collector’s Eye: Cranach to Pissarro finishes.

It seems like only last week that Culture Minister Ed Vaizey was giving the opening speech at the private view in February, now there is only a week left before it closes on Saturday 15 May.

If you haven’t seen it yet and want to see works by Rubens, Sisley, Pissarro and Cranach all in the same room head over to the Walker Art Gallery.

There are also opportunities to hear on-gallery talks before it closes. Art historian Julie Robson will be discussing why people collect art on Tuesday 10 May from 1-2pm. On Thursday 12 May from 1-2pm photographer Zoe Richards will be giving advice on how to store your photograph collections for future generations. For both events please collect a free ticket from the Welcome desk or call 0151 478 4788.

Two people look at a painting on a wall

Be one of the people who have already enjoyed the work on display in the exhibition


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