Romantic Scotland brings together paintings, artefacts and photographs to provide a picture of Scotland both real and imagined.
During the late 18th and 19th century a new cultural movement transformed Scottish art, literature and national identity. Pioneered by Sir Walter Scott in literature and painters such as Jacob More and Alexander Nasmyth, a romantic vision of Scotland and its past was formed, shaping a lasting image of our landscape and culture.
This exhibition is curated by the National Galleries of Scotland and Historic Environment Scotland. Highlights from the National Galleries of Scotland include paintings by William McTaggart and Glasgow Boys Sir James Guthrie and Sir John Lavery.