Scottish National Gallery Prints and Drawings Study Room
The Study Room houses the Prints and Drawings Collection, which covers a broad range of European graphic art from the early Renaissance to the late nineteenth century.
Consisting of over 30,000 works on paper, the Collection contains 38 watercolours by J.M.W. Turner, bequeathed to the gallery by Henry Vaughan in 1900.
Other highlights include drawings by Blake, Gainsborough, Leonardo, Poussin, Ramsay, Raphael, Rubens, Seurat and Wilkie, plus works by Dürer, Rembrandt, Piranesi, Goya and Scottish printmakers D.Y. Cameron and William Strang.
Monday to Friday 10.00-12.30 and 2.00-4.30 by appointment
To visit the Study Room, please contact the Study Room by telephone or email or ask at the Main Information Desk.
Adult education initiatives and groups are actively encouraged to use the Prints and Drawings Collection and Study Room. Group visits must be pre-booked and numbers are limited: please contact us to make an appointment.