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    National Galleries Of Scotland

    The National Galleries of Scotland’s award winning publishing house is committed to producing books on the visual arts which are engaging, accessible and affordable, combining high-quality writing and rigorous research with the best in design. 


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    John Bellany

    John Bellany (born 1942) helped change the course of painting in Scotland. His intensely felt paintings of fisherfolk and their precarious life at sea were a direct challenge to the much diluted Scottish colourist tradition and its landscapes and still lifes.

    John Bryne: Sitting Ducks

    A guide to the portraiture of John Byrne, selected by the artist himself, to accompany an exhibition at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh.

    John Houston

    John Houston is recognised as a major figure in Scottish painting. Houston's art is renowned for its bold, expressionistic treatment of his preferred subject matter, most often the Scottish landscape. This work discusses Houston's career, and his approach to his art in an illuminating interview.

    Nathan Coley

    Published to accompany an exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh, featuring two of the artist's most important and compelling works, together with a recent sculpture "Tate Modern on Fire 2017".

    Once Upon Our Time: Portrait Miniatures by Moyna Flannigan

    This volume is a contemporary reinterpretation of the art of portrait miniature painting.

    Perfect Chemistry: Photographs by Hill and Adamson

    A volume of masterpieces from nineteenth-century Edinburgh duo David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson, one of the most famous photographic partnerships in history.

    Rembrandt & Britain

    This book tells the fascinating story of Rembrandt's fame and enormous influence in Britain.

    Rembrandt: Britain's Discovery of the Master

    The story of Rembrandt's fame and influence in Britain, exploring his works in British collections and his influence on British artists from the 17th century to today.

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