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Visit the Scottish National Gallery in Edinburgh Scotland

The Gallery

"The Scottish National Gallery displays some of the greatest art in the world, including masterpieces by Botticelli, Raphael, Titian, Rembrandt, Vermeer, Constable, Turner, Monet, Van Gogh and Gauguin, amongst many others. The most comprehensive part of the collection covers the history of Scottish painting – all the major names, including Ramsay, Raeburn, Wilkie and McTaggart, are represented.

The Scottish National Gallery comprises both the National Gallery Building and the Royal Scottish Academy Building. Both of these buildings, designed by William Henry Playfair, stand in the heart of Edinburgh. Although originally built as separate structures, their histories have long been intertwined, and, since 2004, they have been physically connected by the underground Gardens Level.”

Jacques Sablet A Family from Albano about 1783

Jacques Sablet The Fortune Teller about 1783

John Singer Sargent Lady Agnew of Lochnaw c1892-3

Lorenzo Bartolini The Campbell Sisters 1821-22

Luca di Tomme Scene from the Life of St Thomas the Apostle 1362

Paul Gauguin Three Tahitians 1899

Rembrandt van Rijn Self-portrait 165(7)

Sir Edwin Henry Landseer The Monarch of the Glen c. 1851

Abraham van Beyeren Still life with Fruit and Game about 1660

Antonio Canaletto The Riva degli Schiavoni, Venice, looking east about 1745

Vincent van Gogh Olive Trees 1889

Vincent van Gogh Orchard in Blossom (Plum Trees) Arles 1888

Auguste Rodin The Young Mother about 1906

Camille Pissarro The Marne at Chennevieres 1864-65

Willem van Haecht Art Cabinet with Anthony van Dyck's Mystic Marriage of St Catherine about 1630

Giorgio Vasari The Adoration of the Magi about 1567

Vincent van Gogh Head of a Peasant Woman 1885

Claude Monet Haystacks (Snow) 1891

Claude Monet Poplars on the River Epte 1891

Claude Monet The Church at Vetheuil 1878

Edgar Degas A Group of Dancers about 1898

Titian Venus Rising from the Sea about 1520-25

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