Birmingham's museum has some major pieces from leading artists, including Rubens, Turner, Picasso, Degas, Pissaro, Renoir, Botticelli, Canaletto and Murillo.
A favourite piece from this museum is The Archangel Lucifer from Epstein, a Bronze sculpture whose face is modelled after a (not-pretty) female and the body is that of a (not-pretty) male. It also hosts a good collection of works from the pre-Raphaelites.
The ass of the devil in the round gallery.
How the Llyn Idwal looked to a local artist (Samuel Lines).
Detail from another favourite of the museum: The Finding of the Saviour in the Temple, by the pre-Raphaelite William Hunt.
A room of the museum, showing The Start of Bethlehem, the largest watercolour of the 19th century.