One of the most famous art galleries in England is the Tate Modern gallery in London, which has art ranging from the post-impressionists like Henri Matisse to the abstract expressionist work of Jackson Pollock. The historic Fitzwilliam Museum of Cambridge has a notable art gallery with over 1700 paintings.
The Walker Art Gallery located in Liverpool has a large collection of sculptures and paintings. The gallery houses paintings from as early as the 1300s. It does have European works of for instance Degas, Rembrant, and Poussin. There are also some 20th century works of for example George and Hockney.The Laing Art Gallery in Newcastle contains watercolors, drawings and oil paintings ranging from the 18th to 20th century. Artists such as J.M.W Turner and Jon Sell Cotman are displayed as well as other important work of artists such as Edward Burne-Jones and Sir Joshua Reynolds. The Manchester Art Gallery is located in the center of the city of Manchester. It houses over 25,000 pieces of fine art including 2000 oil paintings. It also has sculptures and various water colors and drawings present. Many works of art by Pierre Adolphe Valette, a French impressionist from the 20th century are on display in the gallery.The Hepworth Wakefield Art Gallery is a recently opened gallery (opened in 2011), that is located in West Yorkshire. It contains works of art that were donated by the Hepworth family.
The Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery has an internationally renowned collection of objects. It has a very extensive collection ranging from the 14th to the 21st century. It contains work from various schools of art such as the Flemish and French school, as well as work from Impressionists such as Degas and Renoir.The National Gallery is located in central London; it has over 2300 paintings present and includes work from the Medieval all the way to the French Impressionists. There are paintings by such famous artists as Vermeer, Cezanne and Monet.The Whitechapel Gallery is another art gallery that is found in London and has shown works of Pablo Picasso, Jackson Pollock, Frida Kahlo and Nan Goldin. In 1814 the Dulwich Picture Gallery was opened in Britain. This art gallery houses an impressive collection of masterpieces including works by Rem-brandt, Rubens and Poussin. It contains works of many of the old masters in-cluding the French and Italian Baroque paintings. The Ashmolean Museum found in Oxford is one of the oldest museums in the world. It was founded in 1683, and contains a wide range of art work including Japanese paintings displayed within a very spacious gallery. The Whitworth Gallery in Manchester is truly impressive. It has over 50,000 pieces of art. This gallery was opened in 1889 and is found on the grounds of the University of Manchester. The Fitzwilliam Museum is found in Cambridge and houses many sculptures, ceramics and paintings. They have work extending from the 13th century all the way up to the 21st century.
Clearly England has a great deal to offer when it comes to art galleries.