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Free online resources

Butler Bayliss often visited the Welsh coast. He was particularly inspired by locations such as Aberdovey and Anglesey, a love he shared with his friend and fellow artist Joseph Vickers de Ville. The soft light that bathes the scene, the sense of space and cool, blue-green palate, is again strikingly different to Butler Bayliss’ dark industrial canvases.
The Sea Edwin Butler Bayliss (1874 – 1950) c. 1900 – 45
Oil on board

Online Exhibitions

Art in Lockdown
To the Sea
Still Lively
Cranbrook Revisited
Changing Our Lives
2020: International Year of the Nurse

Virtual Gallery Tour

Even though we’re temporarily closed, you can still visit Wolverhampton Art Gallery virtually on @Google Street View. Explore the galleries by clicking Virtual Tour.

You can also take a look around Bantock.

The Victorian Gallery
The Victorian Gallery

Explore our collections online

We have a vast number of objects in our collection, from items relating to Black Country history and ancient fossils, to old master paintings and contemporary sculptures. It’s a wonderful resource for learning, engagement and creativity.

Wolverhampton Art Gallery Collections
Black Country History

There is also online access to some objects in our collection via Art UK