Teachers' Information Pack - school tour focused on Lavery. On Location.

An oil painting of a high-ceilinged drawing room furnished with free curtains, a large blue rug, a chandelier, mirrors, paintings and plants. A woman in a dark dress and hat stands at the fireplace. She is looking towards a man seated of a sofa, with his hand on a large greyhound.
Sir John Lavery (1856-1941), The Greyhound (Sir Reginald Lister and Eileen Lavery. The last British Minister, the Drawing Room, British Legation, Tangier), 1910.
Photograph © National Museums, NI Ulster Museum Collection.

Explore the work of Sir John Lavery, internationally renowned Irish painter at the turn of the 20th century. Join expert guides as they focus on dialogue, questioning and creativity in a tour which will embolden students to look, respond and form opinions. This tour will focus on our major exhibition Lavery. On LocationAvailable to book online here.

Visit procedures

  • Large groups must be split into smaller groups of maximum 15 students, each accompanied by an adult. This is to ensure a high-quality, personalised experience for all students.
  • Enter the Gallery via the Clare Street entrance (into the Millennium Wing of the Gallery), where you will be met by your tour guide(s).
  • Cloakroom space is very limited, so please travel light.

Staying Safe

Further resources

  • Before or after your tour you may wish to explore our rich bank of schools resources for tailored information, hi-res images, activity ideas and lesson plans.