Edinburgh Art Galleries

The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

The collection is now in a large Doric building built in 1825, designed by William Burn, set in spacious grounds, and formerly John Watson's School. It is a short bus ride from the centre of Edinburgh in Belford Road.
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Magritte

The National Gallery of Scotland

This must be one of the finest galleries in Britain. Incredible Titians, Pousin, Turner, Gauguin, European art from Middle Ages to 1900s. Located just to the south of the middle of Princes Street.
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Titian

The Fruitmarket Gallery

Changing international exhibitions of contemporary art, in what used to be the Fruit Market just to the south of Waverley Station.
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contemporary

The National Portrait Gallery

Built in 1885-1890 as the National Portrait Gallery and National Museum of Antiquities, designed by Sir Robert Rowand Anderson, 1834-1921.

This is the place to go if you want to see portraits and old photographs of not only famous, but ordinary Scotsmen and women. Head straight for Rooms 3 and 4 on the top floor for these. Downstairs are oil paintings of Kings and Queens of Scotland; some are exceptionally fine examples of Renaissance portraiture.

The Stills Gallery

Changing exhibitions of photography situated in Cockburn Street.
e-mail address: info@stills.demon.co.uk

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