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Lines from Scotland

By Neil Cooper, 23.09.2020
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Lines from Scotland, installation shot. Photo by Rob Page.

Fife Contemporary curates the first ever exhibition that explores how drawing has shaped some of Scotland's most celebrated artists and designers

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Iman Tajik: Under One Sky

By Susan Mansfield, 21.09.2020
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Iranian born and Scottish based artist Iman Tajik.

While lockdown created unwelcome restrictions for many artistic projects, it inspired Iman Tajik to think outside the box, turning a 42km slow marathon into a 42,000km international walking project.

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My Favourite Scottish Work of Art: Sir James MacMillan

By James MacMillan, 17.09.2020
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Anne Devine, The Boatman’s Cave, Staffa, 2004. © The Artist

The Scottish classical composer and conductor James MacMillan shares his favourite contemporary Scottish artwork with us.

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James Morrison RSA RSW, 1932-2020

By Susan Mansfield, 16.09.2020
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James Morrison, Clouds Above the Grampians, 1982. The Fleming Collection. © The Artist's Estate

The veteran Scottish landscape painter James Morrison, whose work has ranged from the fields of Angus to the icy oceans of the high Arctic, died earlier this month at the age of 88.

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The Universal in the Particular: The Glasgow School at Cockburnspath

By Greg Thomas, 11.09.2020
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George Henry, Playmates, 1884. Private Collection.

Highlighting a number of paintings on display at our exhibition 'The Glasgow Boys and Girls', Greg Thomas muses on how the artists drew universal themes out of their local subjects.

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The Glasgow Boys and Girls

By Lachlan Goudie, 05.09.2020
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Edward Arthur Walton, The Herd Boy, 1886. Courtesy National Galleries Scotland. Photography by Antonia Reeve.

As the Fleming Collection’s new exhibition on the Glasgow Boys and Girls opens its doors in Berwick-upon-Tweed, artist Lachlan Goudie walks in the footsteps of his 19th-century predecessors and selects a few of his favourite works of art painted by the group

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