Win Turner private view tickets

21 January 2014 by Andrew


lead exhibition image of Margate harbour painted by Turner

Image of Margate painted by Turner

Turner: travels, light and landscape opens to the public on Friday 14 February at Lady Lever Art Gallery, but we have 10 pairs of tickets for the private view on Thursday evening up for grabs.

To be in with a chance of winning the special invitation that admits two people, answer this question.

What does the ‘M’ in JMW Turner’s initials stand for?

Is it:

A) Michael
B) Milton
C) Mallord

Send your answer to

Please include your name and telephone number in your email.
Winners will be notified in the afternoon of Wed 12 February and will need to be free on the evening of Thursday 13 February. The private view begins 6-8pm.

  1. Charles Leach says:

    The Lady Lever Art Gallery is certainly a jewel in the crown of Merseyside and it is a venue we continue to visit. The Gallery contains a part of Wales in the form of Salem by Vosper. We love this painting and we can always find something different in the study. We also like and appreciate the other paintings. The staff are always helpful and the Gallery is inspirational and the starting place of many artistic wanderings.

    • Andrew says:

      It’s always great to know we are appreciated, thank you for taking the time to say so. Please continue to enjoy the Lady Lever!

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