"Impressionism and Scotland": Exhibition and Lecture
| Edinburgh's National Gallery
Visit the summer exhibition, "Impressionism and Scotland", in Edinburgh's National Gallery.
The exhibition explores the Scottish taste for Impressionism in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, and its impact on two generations of artists in Scotland.
Included in the exhibition are works by Whistles, Corot, McTaggart and the Glasgow Boys as well as works by Monet, Renoir, Van Gogh, Cezanne, and the Scottish Colourists.
Before the exhibition there will be a lecture in the Hawthornden Lecture theatre by Dr Frances Fowle, curator of the exhibition.
Contact Georgina Seymour (Borders) on 01721 760 245 for tickets.
Please make own transport arrangements.