A National gallery of North is the Walker Art Gallery. For more than 130 years the Walker art gallery has been accommodating the city’s most outstanding art collection. Most of the gallery’s important works have been published on display in Liverpool for more than 200 years. The collection and the history of the gallery show the people of Liverpool’s dedication to and respect for the arts.
It also shows the city’s indulgence of the leaders in securing public access to such works. For more details regarding the list of all exhibitions that have been put up in the gallery from 1871 up to the current day. The Walker art gallery was designed by the local architects, H.H. Vale and Cornelius Sherlock, it was first opened on 1877 by Edward Henry Stanley.