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Charts Mackintosh's time in France and explores his career as a landscape painter, placing his work in the context of the modern movement. Includes the 44 paintings Mackintosh is known to have completed while living in France.
This book provides a commentary on Turner's watercolours, addressing questions of technique and function, as well as considering the numerous connections Turner had with other artists, collectors and dealers. Accompanies the annual January exhibition in the Scottish National Gallery.
This lavishly illustrated book contains over two hundred of the National Galleries of Scotland's greatest and best-loved treasures, each accompanied by an informative text written by the Galleries' curators.
A selection from the work of the photographic partnership of Hill and Adamson. Accompanies an exhibition starting at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh (27 May - 1 October 2017) before touring internationally.
The first monograph on the artist Arthur Melville with commentaries on the individual works featured, including lesser known works from private collections. Published to accompany an exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery 2015-2016.
This landmark book reflects on almost 70 years of works by Bridget Riley (b.1931), from some of her earliest to very recent projects, providing a unique record of the work of an artist still very much at the height of her powers.
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