Discover the work of one of Scotland's finest artists in this new exhibition in partnership with The Fleming Collection.
Anne Redpath was one of Scotland’s finest mid-20th century artists, whose formative years were spent in Edinburgh but mainly in the south of France where she painted alongside Scottish Colourists Samuel Peploe and Leslie Hunter.
Returning to the Scottish Borders in 1934, a single mother of three children, and penniless, Redpath never wavered from pursuing a career as an artist and was elected as President of the Society of Scottish Women Artists in 1944.
Moving to Edinburgh in 1949, Redpath became a standard bearer for the group now known as the ‘Edinburgh School’, all of whom, including Redpath, had been trained at Edinburgh College of Art.
In this new exhibition, curated in partnership with the prestigious Fleming Collection, works by Redpath will hang alongside fellow ‘Edinburgh School’ artists to revive the achievements of the now largely forgotten group.
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