Blog: Scottish National Gallery
by Hannah Brocklehurst, 20 December 2016
A closer look at a very interesting artist whose work features in our exhibition Drawing Attention
by Will Snow, Marketing Officer, 06 December 2016 3 Comments
We look ahead to next year's exciting exhibition programme.
by Adeline Amar, Press Officer, 21 November 2016
Following the news that we have entered into a partnership agreement with Diageo with the aim of securing ‘The Monarch of the Glen’ for permanent display in Scotland, we take you through the history – and popularity – of the painting.
by Will Snow, Press & Marketing Officer, 21 November 2016
Coinciding with Scottish Book Week, and with the flying visit from the infamous Goldfinch, we draw attention to some art-inspired novels.
by National Galleries of Scotland, 10 November 2016
A short video looking ahead to a bigger, brighter future for the Scottish National Gallery
by Phil Hunt, Digital Technical Officer, 31 October 2016
Creeping hands, terror frustratingly lurking just out of frame and a pair young lovers blissfully unaware of the horrific fate that awaits them. Horror film motifs in William Dyce's Francesca da Rimini.
30 September 2016 4 Comments
Michael Clarke sits down for a chat on the day of his retirement.
23 September 2016
Impressionist Rory Bremner creates a unique tour of 'Inspiring Impressionism', featuring David Attenborough, Billy Connolly, and David Cameron!
by Harris Brine, Press Officer, 16 September 2016 1 Comments
An introduction to the great artist's much-overlooked literary talents
by Michael Begg, experimental musician and sound artist, 07 September 2016
Experimental musician and sound artist Michael Begg discusses how the life and times of Charles François Daubigny inspired his work.