The Fleming Collection

The Fleming Collection comprises work from the seventeenth century to the present day starting with a swagger portrait of Robert the Bruce by the father of modern Scottish painting George Jamesone (c.1587-1644). The greatest names in Scottish art are represented from Alan Ramsay and Henry Raeburn to David Wilkie, William McTaggart, S.J.Peploe and Joan Eardley. Other works include two iconic paintings of the Highland Clearances: The Last of the Clan by Thomas Faed and Lochaber No More by John Watson Nicol as well as a notable group of Scottish Colourists, fine examples of the Glasgow Boys and seminal works by Anne Redpath and her contemporaries.

A programme of loans to national museums and institutions is staged through a “Museum Without Walls” strategy.