Scottish Art

The National Galleries of Scotland is responsible for the national collection of Scottish art, the most important of its kind in the world. Our definition of Scottish art is broad, and embraces artworks and artists with a varied range of associations with this country – from the artist’s nationality to the subject of the work. In this collection, you can explore a selection of highlights from our collection of Scottish art.
Catterline in Winter
Joan Eardley
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Dancers at the Moulin Rouge
Arthur Melville
The White Drake
Joseph Crawhall
The Mysterious Garden
Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh
Mother and Child
Norah Neilson Gray
Still Life
Robert MacBryde
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Mont Alba
Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Wandering Shadows
Peter Graham
Reflections, Balloch
George Leslie Hunter
The Quarrel of Oberon and Titania
Sir Joseph Noel Paton
Macbeth's Witches
William Strang
Portrait of a Lady in Black
Francis Campbell Boileau Cadell
Three Ladies of Fashion
Bessie MacNicol
Pitlessie Fair
Sir David Wilkie
Flowers on an Indian Cloth
Elizabeth Blackadder
Claire Barclay
In the Orchard
Sir James Guthrie
Sunghrie III
Wilhelmina Barns-Graham
Barr, Ayrshire
George Henry