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Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh

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Contact: +44 131 650 2210
Open Hours: Mo to Fr from 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM
This gallery takes its name from the late David Talbot Rice, former Watson Gordon Professor of Fine Art at Edinburgh University. It held its first exhibition in 1975 and has the university's Torrie collection on permanent display. This collection predominately features landscape and genre scenes by Italian and Dutch luminaries. There is also an impressive display of bronze, including the Florentine work, anatomical figure of a horse. Some of the remaining space is taken over by the Hope Scott Collection which includes work by Picasso, Bonnard and Max Ernst. Check the gallery for details of temporary exhibitions of contemporary pieces and retrospectives of more established artists.