21 August 2018

Britain’s Passion For Rembrandt Explored In New Scottish Exhibition – Clare Henry

Rembrandt can be a controversial figure. As the latest TV documentary tells us, the number of his paintings recognised as genuine varies with each passing shower.

28 November 2017

Naum Gabo Sculpture Donated To Scottish National Gallery Of Modern Art

An important 20th-century sculpture made from glass, perspex and stainless steel by the Russian artist Naum Gabo (1890-1977) has been acquired by the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh, thanks to the generosity of the artist’s family. The work has been gifted through the Arts Council’s Cultural Gifts Scheme by Graham Williams on behalf of himself and his wife, the artist’s daughter Nina Williams.

14 July 2017

Art Beyond London: Unmissable Exhibitions Summer 2017

If you’re planning on leaving the capital this Summer, Artlyst has put together a selection of the best UK shows outside of London.

2 January 2015


Turner Watercolours Open At Scottish National Gallery

2015 will begin at the Scottish National Gallery, with the opening of Turner in January, an exhibition of the outstanding collection of Turner watercolours bequeathed in 1900 by Sir Henry Vaughan. The work Joseph Mallord William Turner as Britain’s most celebrated artist has enjoyed a huge boost in the last few months, and is currently […]

27 May 2013


Peter Doig: Major New Edinburgh Art Festival Exhibition

The Scottish National Gallery presents the first major Scottish public gallery exhibition of the work of Peter Doig (b. Edinburgh 1959), one of the most renowned painters working today. Throughout a career of three decades, Doig has reinvigorated a medium considered by many to have fallen into irrelevance. His inventive style, uncommonly sensuous palette and […]

24 December 2011


Scottish National Gallery Presents Major Sculpture Survey

including works from Auguste Rodin and Edgar Degas through to Ron Mueck and 2011 Turner Prize winner, Martin Boyce A major new exhibition, which will use the extraordinary collection at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art to explore the development of sculpture over the last 110 years, will open in Edinburgh this week.  The Sculpture […]