Scarborough Art Gallery
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Housed in an Italianate villa, the gallery tells the story of Scarborough through the paintings in its collection.
Works by Edward Bawden, John Atkinson Grimshaw, Ivon Hitchens, Frederic, Lord Leighton, Eric Ravilious, Matthew Smith and others reveal the influence of the sea, Scarborough's early history as a holiday resort and how fashion spoke volumes about your status and position in society. The gallery offers a lively programme of events, from exhibitions of contemporary art to family holiday activities.