Includes portraits, Wedgwood and Chinese ceramics from the South End galleries.
The Pre-Raphaelite paintings at the Lady Lever are among the best in the world.
Our collection numbers around 12,000 objects and includes some of the world’s finest Wedgwood jasperware.
A rich collection including porcelain, ceramics, snuff bottles, jade, paintings on glass and cloisonné.
Greek vases and Roman sculptures feature in this collection of ancient antiquities.
Furniture from the late 16th century to the early 19th century, including chairs, commodes and a Chippendale dressing table.
Lord Leverhulme’s collection of Masonic regalia, including Masonic aprons and jewels.
Famous for its Pre-Raphaelite paintings by Millais, Rossetti and Burne-Jones, the collection also includes works by Gainsborough and Constable.
Elegant pieces from the New Sculpture movement and a remarkable collection of erotic French sculpture.
The collection includes French and English tapestries from the 17th and 18th centuries.
Some of the world’s finest examples of jasperware, including vases, fireplaces and enamelled tablets by George Stubbs.
The collection includes Old Master drawings, Pre-Raphaelite studies and 19th century watercolours.
We know quite a lot about Vigée Le Brun’s portrait of Emma Hamilton, and what she thought of Emma, because in the mid 1820s, towards the end of a long painting career of more than 50 years, she decided to write up her diaries and publish them as memoirs in 1836-37.
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