The current touring exhibition is really stimulating and thought provoking. The Joseff Herman room is really worth a visit and finding out more about Glynn Vivian and his life was fascinating - thanks to him this gallery exists.
Went to the gallery on Saturday whilst visiting family. Very interesting, as they had a good selection of paintings, we wanted to see the Picasso and the Swansea pottery. Very easy to navigate and well labelled. It was lovely to see a group of children...更多
Cannot quite see where millions has been spent. Glad original features have been retained, perhaps structure needed most of the budget. Lovely bright and welcoming entrance with cafe. Each to his own, but the temporary installations were not my cup of tea however insightful the...更多
We were in between exhibitions so the main works we saw were the impressionist collection and works by David Jones, Glenys Cour and Josef Herman. Picasso L'Atelier from 1955 was great to see as was Josef Herman's mural 'Miners' painted for the 1951 Festival of...更多
Visited Saturday 1st April to see the exhibition “The Moon and a Smile”, fascinating 19th century photographs by the Dillwyn family who were early pioneers in photography. I was particularly impressed by a photograph of a heron – how did they manage to get that...更多
We spent a lovely afternoon taking our time meandering around the revamped gallery. The building is very beautiful and it has been restored to its former glory. On this visit the beautiful roof was obscured by an upside down ship sculpture, which was not to...更多