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Museums Sheffield: Graves Gallery

Graves Gallery space
Address:
(Above the Central Library)
Surrey Street
Sheffield S1 1XZ

Opening Times:

Monday - Saturday:

10am - 5pm

Sunday: closed

Admission free



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Description:

Discover over three hundred years of European and British Art including Gwen John, Pablo Picasso and Toulouse Lautrec, alongside contemporary work by internationally renowned artists such as Marc Quinn. The gallery is a combination of Sheffield's permanent collection and a changing programme of exhibitions.



Contact Details:
Telephone: 0114 278 2600 Education bookings: 0114 278 2655

Learning Programmes:

Art & Design Workshops; Animation, Digital Montage, Drawing, Sculpture Tours and Artist's Talks.



Specialisms:
Art & Design, Citizenship

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