This collection of 20th century British art is regarded as the best outside London. It includes many awe-inspiring masterpieces.
Home to one of the most significant collections of 20th century British art in the country, Leeds Art Gallery is full of surprises. Marvel at internationally important masterpieces displayed alongside work by artists who are less well known but just as exciting. When you’ve explored the galleries and exhibitions, take time out in the stunning Victorian Tiled Hall Café before heading to the adjacent Henry Moore Institute. This globally recognised centre for the study of sculpture is named after Leeds College of Art’s most famous graduate and forms part of the respected Yorkshire Sculpture Triangle.
Both buildings are located on the Headrow in Leeds city centre and entrance is free. Leeds Art Gallery is set to host British Art Show 8 (9 October 2015 - 10 January 2016). Leeds is easily accessible from London by train; the journey is around 2 hours 30 minutes.
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