John Moores Painting Prize

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John Moores Painting Prize
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Awarded for Painting prize
Location Liverpool
Country England
Hosted by Walker Art Gallery
Reward(s) £25,000
First awarded 1957

The John Moores Painting Prize is a biennial award to the best contemporary painting, submission is open to the public. The prize is named for Sir John Moores, noted philanthropist, who established the award in 1957. The winning work and short-listed pieces are exhibited at the Walker Art Gallery as part of the Liverpool Biennial festival of visual art.[1] [2]



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