The National Gallery of Scotland's collection of works stretches from the Italian Renaissance through French Impressionism to ... More
The Scottish National Gallery
The National Gallery of Scotland's collection of works stretches from the Italian Renaissance through French Impressionism to more modern Scottish works of the 18th and 19th Centuries. The entire lower gallery is given over to the Scots. Other artists' work exhibited include Degas, Van Gogh and Rembrandt. The National Gallery is richly endowed with paintings, sculpture and furniture.
You can enjoy watching the skilled print makers at work here while studying the history of an art which has
a long tradition in Scotland. Screen prints, lithographs and etchings all feature in this workshop. Visitors at Edinburgh Printmakers ...
The Scottish Gallery, established in 1842, is Scotland's oldest commercial gallery and is a great place to find contemporary paintings,
sculpture, ceramics and jewelery. It is beautifully laid out, making it a joy to browse and contemplate work by ...
Although newer than Old Town, New Town was almost completely developed before the year 1850. New Town centers around Queen
Street, George Street (after George III), and Princes Street. Originally intended to be a completely residential area, New Town ...