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Rarely seen works from Scottish artist Alan Davie exhibited at Dovecot Studios

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The centenary exhibition celebrating the work of Scottish artist Alan Davie (1920-2014), 'Alan Davie: Beginning of a Far-off World' will run - concurrently with 'RAPHAEL - Raffaello Magister' - at Dovecot Studios until near...

The Scottish Gallery launches their Summer Exhibition

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The Scottish Gallery are welcoming a vibrant collection of renowned artists this July, showcasing Wilhelmina Barns-Graham’s 'A Life in Colour', John Brown’s 'My Garden', Jake Harvey’s 'Honed', Kurt Jackson’s 'The Burn – A Scottish...

Rarely seen works from Scottish artist Alan Davie to exhibit at Dovecot Studios

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A centenary exhibition celebrating the work of Scottish artist Alan Davie (1920-2014), 'Alan Davie: Beginning of a Far-off World' is being presented by Dovecot Studios. Featuring rarely seen works from each decade of his career,...

The life and work of Scottish artist James Morrison celebrated at The Scottish Gallery

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The Scottish Gallery celebrates the life and work of one of Scotland’s most-loved artists this June in a major retrospective show 'James Morrison A Celebration 1932 - 2020'. The exhibition, held two years after...

Ewan McClure’s ‘Inside and Out’ at The Scottish Gallery

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Returning to The Scottish Gallery this May with a new series of rich oil paintings will be BP Portrait Award Finalist Ewan McClure, for his second major exhibition 'Inside and Out'. Following 'Gravity and...

‘Helen Glassford: Encounters’ opens at The Scottish Gallery

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Wild Scottish landscapes will adorn the walls of The Scottish Gallery this April when Helen Glassford's exhibition 'Encounters' opens to the public. Her paintings mould together the sensory and visual world with the fleeting,...

‘Masterpieces from Buckingham Palace’ opens at Queen’s Gallery

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From tomorrow (Friday, 25 March), a selection of the finest paintings in the Royal Collection will go on display at The Queen’s Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse. 'Masterpieces from Buckingham Palace' brings together over 30...

Holocaust survivors portraits go on display at the Palace of Holyroodhouse

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A visit to Edinburgh’s royal palace will, from today (Thursday, 17 March), include a special display paying tribute to the stories of seven remarkable Holocaust survivors. 'Seven Portraits: Surviving the Holocaust' has been commissioned by...

‘The Garden’ – Claire Harkess RSW at The Scottish Gallery

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In March 2022 The Scottish Gallery will present Claire Harkess’ outstanding new watercolour exhibition 'The Garden'. Last seen at the gallery in their Modern Masters Women exhibition, she now explores the environment near her...

‘Home and Away’, a new exhibition by Charles Simpson, showcases at The Scottish Gallery

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Filling the walls of The Scottish Gallery this February will be the incredible landscapes of the Scottish Borders and the West Coast in a series of new works by Scottish landscape artist Charles Simpson....

Bonhams to hold auction of Jim Lennon Collection artworks

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Among the highlights of the Jim Lennon Collection of Silver, Asian and European Works of Art is a rare Irish Neolithic Bog Oak Dugout Canoe which is estimated at £2,000-3,000. The canoe, and all...

New exhibitions herald The Scottish Gallery’s 180th anniversary year

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To launch The Scottish Gallery's 180th anniversary programme, Geoff Uglow’s 'The Ploughman' will take over the main floor of Edinburgh’s The Scottish Gallery this January. This award-winning artist's exciting new exhibition will be seen alongside...

A major exhibition to be staged at The Queen’s Gallery in 2022

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A major exhibition showcasing some of the finest paintings in the Royal Collection will be staged in 2022, Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee year, at The Queen’s Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse. Masterpieces from...

180th Anniversary in 2022 for The Scottish Gallery

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The oldest privately-owned gallery in the UK, Edinburgh's The Scottish Gallery, is celebrating its 180th anniversary in 2022. This important milestone really acts as a celebration of the accomplishments of the gallery team in...

Hannah Mooney’s ‘Into the Landscape’ at The Scottish Gallery

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Inspired by her return to rural Ireland after living in the city of Glasgow, Hannah Mooney found refuge in the rugged landscape and began to blend her surroundings with her creative practice, suffusing her...

Fair Botanists brought to life . . .

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The two main characters in author Sara Sheridan’s historical romantic novel, The Fair Botanists, have been “brought to life” and feature in a winter art exhibition. Set in Edinburgh in 1822 around the time of...

Opening at CAC – ‘Reflections: The light and life of John Henry Lorimer’

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Opening at the City Art Centre in Edinburgh on Saturday 6 November will be the first exhibition dedicated to the Scottish artist John Henry Lorimer (1856-1936). 'Reflections: The light and life of John Henry Lorimer'...

Barry McGlashan exhibition opens at The Scottish Gallery

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Born and raised in Aberdeen on the North East coast of Scotland, Barry McGlashan studied painting at Grays School of Art where he then returned to teach for a period. His new exhibition at...

Barns-Graham private collection to be sold at online auction on Thursday evening

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The personal art collection of Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, an Edinburgh College of Art graduate, will be sold by auction house Lyon & Turnbull in London on Thursday in an auction which will also be streamed...

150th anniversary exhibition of Modernist, Samuel John Peploe

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In celebration of the life and works of Samuel John Peploe (1871 – 1935), The Scottish Gallery will be presenting a major exhibition of his paintings and drawings to coincide with his 150th anniversary. Noted...

At The Scottish Gallery – ‘Form & Light’ – Oliver Cook and ‘Les Tiers...

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In his first solo exhibition, 'Form & Light', Oliver Cook explores the relationship between light, movement and the translucent properties of alabaster through sculptural forms and everyday objects. Cook begun his practice carving minimal vases...

‘Joan Eardley – Centenary’ at the The Scottish Gallery

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This new exhibition from The Scottish Gallery seeks to show that Eardley’s cultural capital has never been higher. In the fifty-eight years since her passing, after she succumbed to cancer in August 1963, Eardley’s...

Dovecot Studios presents ‘Jock McFadyen: Lost Boat Party’

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In partnership with The Scottish Gallery, Scotland’s Dovecot Studios will mark the artist Jock McFadyen’s 70th birthday year with an exhibition of recent paintings which describe the romance and grandeur of the Scottish landscape,...

Kate Downie’s ‘Between Seasons’ opens at The Scottish Gallery

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Kate Downie has, like so many artists, been forced to work within the confines of her own home over the last year. Whereas much of her work pre-2020 addressed the infrastructure of human migration...

First major exhibition of artist Donald Smith presented by CAC

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The City Art Centre and Ann Lanntair, Stornoway will, this summer,present, Eileanach: Na dealbhan aig Dòmhnall Mac a’ Ghobhainn / Islander: The Paintings of Donald Smith. Running from 29 May to 26 September 2021,...

At The Scottish Gallery – An Artist’s Life, Act I – Alexander Goudie

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Flamboyant and confrontational, Scottish figurative painter Alexander Goudie (1933-2004) was part of a generation of influential painters who graduated from the Glasgow School of Art in the 1950s, and whose reputations are ripe for...

City Art Centre presents ‘Marine: Ian Hamilton Finlay’

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Market Street's City Art Centre presents Marine, a two-floor exhibition of artworks by Ian Hamilton Finlay (1925-2006). Finlay was an internationally renowned Scottish artist and Britain’s most significant concrete poet of the 20th century....

Groundbreaking Charles H. Mackie retrospective to reopen City Art Centre

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With a full range of safety measures in place to ensure the safety of visitors and staff, Edinburgh’s City Art Centre will re-open its doors to the public on Saturday 15th May 2021 ....

‘Toll’ – a new exhibition by Edinburgh-based artist Andrew Brooks

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There’s an exhibition opening as lockdown eases, in an unconventional gallery space in a corner of Edinburgh, that might help us to pause and reflect on what has happened before we rush out and...

‘Another Time, Another Place’ opens at The Scottish Gallery

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'Another Time, Another Place' is a beautiful conversation between renowned artist Victoria Crowe OBE and poet Christine de Luca – both of whom have produced twelve works in this exciting collaborative exhibition. In concert with...

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