Win £50 to spend in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery cafe!

  • 12 March 2012

We've teamed up with the Scottish National Portrait Gallery to offer the opportunity for one lucky person to win £50 to spend in their fabulous cafe...

Great Hall of the Scottish National Portrait Gallery

Great Hall of the Scottish National Portrait Gallery

The origins of the Scottish National Portrait Gallery can be traced back to the 18th-century art collector David Erskine, Earl of Buchan. Over 200 years later, the recently renovated building is a truly modern exhibition space, fulfilling the architect's original vision for the world's first purpose-built portrait gallery and earning it a place on the Art Fund Prize 2012 lo

We've teamed up with the gallery to offer the opportunity for one lucky person to win £50 to spend in their fabulous cafe. For your chance to win, email comp@artfund.org with the answer to the following question:

Which ruler of Scotland, whose portrait hangs in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, was executed in 1587 for their involvement in plots to assassinate Elizabeth I?

The competition closes at 5pm on Sunday 18 March. Please read the Terms and Conditions before entering.

Tell the judges why the Scottish National Portrait Gallery should win the Art Fund Prize 2012.

See the rest of the Art Fund Prize 2012 longlist.