British art 1880-1950
Room 11 showcases works by Jacob Epstein, Paul Nash, LS Lowry and Lucian Freud alongside the Merseyside artists Albert Richards and George Jardine. Other highlights include furniture by Morris & Co and ceramics by the Martin Brothers and Bernard Leach.
This room also includes new interactive and audio-visual features:
- An interactive timeline showing the major changes in British art during this period, including archive images and video.
- An audio soundscape for the painting 'Off to the Fishing Grounds' by Alexander Stanhope Forbes.
- Tactile image books with accompanying braille descriptions, for visitors with visual impairment.
Watch our paintings come to life!
Ask the 'Two Jamaican Girls' by Augustus John a question in our interactive gallery and see what they say about life in Jamaica.
Room highlights include: