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  • Cooper Gallery, Barnsley

    The Cooper Gallery is set in an historic building in the centre of Barnsley. It has a fine collection of mainly seventeenth to twentieth century art owned by the Trustees of the Cooper Gallery. The collection is exhibited thematically, changing three time a year.  This is complemented by a programme of contemporary exhibitions, featuring work by international, national and local artists. 

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  • Graves Gallery, Sheffield

    The Graves Gallery is the home of Sheffield's visual art collection and has a number of Turner paintings on permanent display.

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  • Harewood House

    An exquisite house steeped in Royal memorabilia and constantly changing exhibitions, and where Turner's association with Yorkshire first began.

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  • The Hepworth Wakefield

    Yorkshire's major new art gallery opened 21 May 2011. Designed by acclaimed British architect, David Chipperfield and located on the waterfront in Wakefield, The Hepworth Wakefield unveiled a previously unseen collection of sculptures by Barbara Hepworth who was born and raised in Wakefield.

    The new building provides a fitting home for the outstanding collection of art previously on display at Wakefield Art Gallery alongside a changing programme of contemporary and historical exhibitions. 

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  • Leeds Art Gallery

    Leeds Art Gallery houses a world class collection of British landscape drawings and watercolours from the 17th Century to present day. It also presents exciting temporary exhibitions.

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  • Ruskin Gallery, Millennium Gallery, Sheffield

    The Millennium Galleries in the centre of Sheffield is an outstanding venue for the visual arts and craft and design, with four galleries under one roof, including the Ruskin Gallery.

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  • York Art Gallery

    York Art Gallery displays fine paintings and ceramics combined with a modern-day welcome to all through a busy calendar of exhibitions, events and outreach work.  Paintings are displayed in six areas over the two floors of the gallery and are divided into themes such as people and places.

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