Sheffield Museums: Graves Gallery

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Sheffield Museums: Graves Gallery is the home of Sheffield’s visual art collection and was officially opened in July 1934, dedicated to ‘the service of knowledge and art’. Situated above the Central Library, away from the noise and traffic of the city centre, the Gallery is a peaceful haven for visitors to enjoy the city’s art and a series of temporary exhibitions. Famous names on show at the Graves Gallery include Turner and Sisley, while more recent artists include Bridget Riley, Sam Taylor-Wood, and Marc Quinn. Local heroes include George Fullard, Derrick Greaves and Stanley Royle.

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Surrey Street, Sheffield, South Yorkshire S1 1XZ England

01142 782600

Sheffield Museums: Graves Gallery is open to the public and entry is free. Please check Museums Sheffield’s website for details of opening hours.