Scottish Art 1670–1840
Open daily, 10am-5pm
While the Scottish National Gallery undergoes a major project to renovate and expand its display spaces, two room displays will showcase a selection of Scottish masterpieces and other key works from the Collection. Key Scottish artists will be represented in these displays, as well as much loved works from the collection.
Room 10 focuses on Scottish Art created from the seventeenth to the nineteenth centuries, including portraits by Allan Ramsay and Sir Henry Raeburn, depictions of Scotland’s land and cityscapes, as well as genre-painting by artists such as David Wilkie and David Allan. While not Scottish art, but in an attempt to get as many of our most poular works on display, Paul Gauguin's Vision of the Sermon finds a temporary home in this room.
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Detailed information on accessibility at the National Galleries of Scotland
We are currently working on improving our galleries. During this time some rooms will be closed and some facilities will be temporarily removed. There will be limited disabled access to some areas.
There is limited on street parking close by including for those with a blue badge.
The National can be found just off Princes Street in the city centre.
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