Victoria Gallery & Museum

Victoria Gallery & Museum in Liverpool is home to a remarkable and varied collection of fine art and artefacts, housed within a red brick Grade II listed building. The museum is run by the University of Liverpool, which created and donated the collection, and entry is free. The collection features a distinguished selection of paintings, sculptures and ceramics by artists including Joseph Wright of Derby, J. M. W. Turner, Jacob Epstein, Lucian Freud, Elizabeth Frink and John James Audubon.

The three artworks below are available to buy as framed prints for the special price of just £40 each.

Hawk Attacking Partridges

John James Audubon (1785–1851)

Flowers and Foliage

Caroline Emily Gray Hill (1843–1924)

Two Girls on a Beach

Edward Atkinson Hornel (1864–1933)

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Alpacas

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Alpacas

Agasse, Jacques Laurent, 1767–1849

Banditti

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Banditti

Woodworth, William, 1749–1787

Bull's Head

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Bull's Head

Holmes, George Augustus, 1829–1911

Card Playing

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Card Playing

van Heemskerck II, Egbert, 1634/1635–1704

Castle in Corsica

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Castle in Corsica

Hill, Caroline Emily Gray, 1843–1924

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