Bury Art Gallery, Library & Museum :: Shared Description

Bury Art Gallery & Museum opened in 1901 thanks to the generosity of the children of local paper manufacturer Thomas Wrigley. To commemorate Queen Victoria´s Diamond Jubilee in 1897, they presented the town with their father´s art collection which included paintings by Turner, Landseer and Constable, as well as a number of watercolours, engravings and Wedgwood plaques. Bury Art Gallery & Museum has a varied programme of changing exhibitions from challenging contemporary and thematic displays. The building is grade II listed. LinkExternal link
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SD8010 : Bury Art Gallery and Museum by N Chadwick
SD8010 : Bury Art Gallery by N Chadwick
SD8010 : Bury Art Gallery, Library and Museum by N Chadwick
SD8010 : Bury Art Gallery and Library by N Chadwick
SD8010 : Bury Art Gallery by N Chadwick
SD8010 : Bury Art Gallery by N Chadwick
SD8010 : Bury Art Gallery by N Chadwick
SD8010 : Bury Art Gallery, Library and Museum by N Chadwick


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