The Manchester Museum of Art is one of the four major galleries in Britain. It is located on the edge of the Chinese city. The museum displays works of art of various periods, mainly oil paintings, a small number of sculptures and cultural relics, including many modern works. It is also very worthwhile to spend an hour or two here to visit.
The Manchester Museum of Art doesn't feel very big from the outside. It passes through St Peter Square's turbulent tram flow without any special warning at the entrance. A very ordinary staircase begins with the display of figure paintings on both sides. The upstairs and downstairs are shops, while the middle glass structure adds a modern feeling. The statue hanging over your head seems to be your relative. Say hello.
Although Manchester City is the second largest city in Britain, there are not many attractions. Football fans will go to Manchester United's stadium, a Tour for about 80 minutes. Considering that it takes about 1.5 hours to travel from the city center to the stadium, as a non-fan, I'd better hang out in the city center. Searching for Top 10 attractions in Lower Manchester City, I decided to go to Art Gallery. Close at 5 o'clock. No tickets are needed. Two hours of shopping is enough. When I started, I was not expecting anything, but I was quite surprised to appreciate a lot of works that I could integrate into my feelings. I first look at the content of the feeling works, then look at the introduction on the side, and then feel again, this process seems to improve their own force. The greatest advantage of a small number of people is that they can calm down and enjoy art.
Manchester develops new industries and becomes an international city centered on electronics, chemical industry and printing, with more than 700 industries such as heavy machinery, weaving, oil refining, glass, plastics and food processing. As the leader of free trade, economic liberalization and cooperative movement, Manchester has a strong influence on the British economy. Manchester unites with Trafford, Tamside, Salford, Stockport and other towns to form the Manchester region. From an industrial city to a prosperous city featuring finance, education, tourism, commerce and manufacturing, Manchester is the major industrial center and commodity distribution center in England and the largest financial center city in Britain except London.
Manchester City is a fast-paced place - "The streets are full of people in a hurry, high-rise buildings not common in Britain are modern, angular office buildings, people with briefcases in and out of coffee shops at lunchtime. The Manchester Museum of Art seems a bit out of place. The art here emphasizes a "spirit of participation". Art is no longer pure and arrogant, but into the lives of ordinary people. Joining in every interesting art activity in the gallery - "like my favorite "mobile garden" I also sat down and found a blank oil-paper painting of "mobile garden" in my heart - a green H M Conscious Collection sleeveless shirts and real gardens (although the painting skills are not so good...), and of course left my name andI come from China&quo; For example, in a small house, we sit around the table and listen to the radio. When the host finishes talking and starts playing music, the only lamp in the room is pulled off. We personally begin to draw in the dark. When the music finishes, the lamp is pulled off, and we exchange pictures with each other. So when you come to Manchester, please don't miss the Manchester Museum of Art. Find an art activity you are interested in to join in and awaken the soul of your inner art.
The classical integrity of the Manchester Museum's exterior buildings is preserved, but the interior facilities are modernized. Edwardian paintings are collected, and there are often new special exhibitions, as well as some very good Dutch navigational scenes paintings, which are free and have exquisite cafes.
It is the best art museum in Manchester. It has a large collection of British art and works of many European masters. It is free for visitors to enjoy. The collection includes Turner's watercolours and the most outstanding works of pre-Rafael art in Britain. There are also permanent collections of British art in the 20th century. During the visit, I found that the main exhibits were oil paintings, and some of the permanent collections were Chinese works of art.