Fleece to Fibre: The Making of the Large Tree Group Tapestry

Fleece to Fibre: The Making of the Large Tree Group Tapestry

29 October – 14 February 2015   Gallery One     Fleece to Fibre: The Making of the ‘Large Tree Group’ Tapestry comes to the Fleming Collection from Dovecot Studios and is based around Victoria Crowe’s celebrated painting, Large Tree Group (1975) which was selected by Dovecot in 2012 to...
No Foreign Land: Landscapes from the Fleming Collection

No Foreign Land: Landscapes from the Fleming Collection

29 October – 14 February 2015   Gallery One     When the Fleming Collection began in 1962 as a corporate collection of paintings intended to hang on the walls of bank Robert Fleming & Co. it had one simple proviso: the work must be by a Scottish artist or...
Fleming Collection commissions WW1 Poem

Fleming Collection commissions WW1 Poem

We continue to mark the centenary of the First World War with the hanging of a significant work from our collection. The Eve of the Battle of the Somme by Herbert James Gunn, painted by Gunn whilst in service during the war, will be available to see from 15 July...
Traces of War: Landscapes of the Western Front

Traces of War: Landscapes of the Western Front

Until 18 October   Galleries One & Two     To mark the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War, the Fleming Collection is showing an exhibition of work by Scottish photographer Peter Cattrell. Born in Glasgow in 1959, Cattrell’s interest in the Somme was originally inspired by...
Screening of Henry Coombes 'Two Discs and a Zed'

Screening of Henry Coombes ‘Two Discs and a Zed’

7pm 20 September – 7am 21 September   Outside the Fleming Collection     The Fleming Collection is partnering with Nuit Blanche Video to show Henry Coombes’ Two Discs and a Zed (2013) from 7pm Saturday 20 September to 7am Sunday 21 September. Best known for his short films which explore historical themes, Glasgow-based Coombes... Read more >
Fleece to Fibre: The Making of the Large Tree Group Tapestry

Fleece to Fibre: The Making of the Large Tree Group Tapestry

29 October – 14 February 2015   Gallery One     Fleece to Fibre: The Making of the ‘Large Tree Group’ Tapestry comes to the Fleming Collection from Dovecot Studios and is based around Victoria Crowe’s celebrated painting, Large Tree Group (1975) which was selected by Dovecot in 2012 to be transposed into tapestry as... Read more >
No Foreign Land: Landscapes from the Fleming Collection

No Foreign Land: Landscapes from the Fleming Collection

29 October – 14 February 2015   Gallery One     When the Fleming Collection began in 1962 as a corporate collection of paintings intended to hang on the walls of bank Robert Fleming & Co. it had one simple proviso: the work must be by a Scottish artist or of Scottish scenes by any... Read more >
Fleming Collection commissions WW1 Poem

Fleming Collection commissions WW1 Poem

We continue to mark the centenary of the First World War with the hanging of a significant work from our collection. The Eve of the Battle of the Somme by Herbert James Gunn, painted by Gunn whilst in service during the war, will be available to see from 15 July alongside our current exhibition Traces of... Read more >
Traces of War: Landscapes of the Western Front

Traces of War: Landscapes of the Western Front

Until 18 October   Galleries One & Two     To mark the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War, the Fleming Collection is showing an exhibition of work by Scottish photographer Peter Cattrell. Born in Glasgow in 1959, Cattrell’s interest in the Somme was originally inspired by the unearthing of a photograph... Read more >
25 September - Lunchtime talk, Traces of War

25 September – Lunchtime talk, Traces of War

Thursday 25 September, 1-2pm Peter Cattrell will lead a walking tour around our current exhibition of his work, Traces of War: Landscapes of the Western Front. Tickets: Free, no need to book Read more >
1 October - Fergusson's First World War Work

1 October – Fergusson’s First World War Work

Fergusson was not an Official War Artist and described patriotism as ‘the most overrated of vices’. However in 1918 he was given permission by the Admiralty to sketch in Portsmouth Docks. The resultant works are unusual for the artist in their subject matter and approach. This talk by Alice Strang, Senior Curator, Scottish National Gallery... Read more >
10 October - J D Fergusson at Pallant House

10 October – J D Fergusson at Pallant House

Pallant House are holding the first major retrospective of J D Fergusson’s work in almost 50 years, the exhibition will include paintings and sculptures from throughout his entire career. Ticket price for the event includes a private lecture on J D Fergusson, with refreshments beforehand, and entry to the exhibition. We will be meeting outside... Read more >