29 July 2012
Treasure Hunting in the Walker Art Gallery
On Sunday 29th July at 2.30 pm, you will have a chance to join a
Polish Walk in the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool focusing on treasure
hunting. Anna Ruchalska the Walker’s assistant visitor services
manager will reveal some treasures of the Gallery, such as Dante’s
Dream – a painting by Dante Gabriel Rossetti one of the founding
members of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. In 1882 the Walker Art
Gallery was the first public gallery to buy one of Rossetti’s
We will also highlight Greek mythology and rediscover a tragic love
story which inspired John William Waterhouse to paint Echo and
As usually, at the end of a tour, we will meet in the Gallery’s café.
Polish walks in the Walker Art Gallery are organised in partnership
with Merseyside Polonia.
Walker Art Gallery is part of National Museums Liverpool.