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The McManus: Dundee’s Art Gallery and Museum Honours a Pioneering Woman Artist with a Stunning New Acquisition 

30.07.2021
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Katherine Read, Portrait of Willielma Campbell (nee Maxwell), Lady Glenorchy (1741-1786), 1762. Courtesy the McManus Collection.

The McManus acquires a work by 18th century, Dundee-born artist Katherine Read

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The Glasgow Girls and Boys: an Introduction

29.07.2021
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Director James Knox with Anne Ramsbottom, Museums Curator at Kirkcudbright Galleries. Courtesy PurpleBox Productions.

An inside look into the exhibition the Glasgow Girls and Boys at Kirkcudbright Galleries

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My Favourite Scottish Work of Art: Melanie Reid

By Melanie Reid, 29.07.2021
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Joan Eardley, Children and Chalked Wall 3, 1962-63. National Galleries of Scotland. Purchased 1963. © Estate of Joan Eardley.

A painting by Joan Eardley is selected again as the favourite of the award-winning British journalist Melanie Reid MBE

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What If . . . ? / Scotland

By Greg Thomas, 28.07.2021
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Andrew Piggott, 7N Architects, worked with Lynne Russell, to explore how to make worthwhile use of derelict buildings – the proposal incorporates a proposed brand created by Beautiful Materials.

Greg Thomas reviews Scotland’s contribution to the 2021 Venice Architecture Biennale relocated to V&A Dundee

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Edinburgh Art Festival 2021: Top Picks

By Gemma Batchelor, 27.07.2021
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Frank Walter, Untitled (Red sky with birds in flight). Courtesy Kenneth M. Milton Fine Arts. Photographs by Kenneth Milton.

The 17th edition of the Edinburgh Art Festival opens this week, bringing together over 35 exhibitions and new visual art commissions across the city. We select our favourites...

 

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The Lammermuirs - An Lomair Mòr

By Duncan MacMillan, 27.07.2021
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Barbara Rae, Snow Herd’s Hill. © Barbara Rae.

Art historian and critic Duncan Macmillan explores the history of the Lammermuir Hills, so influential on the recent work of Barbara Rae RA

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