National Galleries of Scotland

From the Scottish to the Surreal - the National Galleries of Scotland have it all.

With over 96,000 works in their collection the National Galleries of Scotland are a must visit for any art historian or appreciator of fine art. The magnificent galleries showcase some of the best artwork of Claude Monet, Picasso and Rembrandt to the surreal musings of Salvador Dali and contemporary pop art of Andy Warhol.

There is also a comprehensive art collection where you can discover the crème de la crème of Scottish artists over the centuries.

The buildings are divided into three separate galleries in three different locations, each home to a fine selection of works.

The Scottish National Gallery at the Mound, Edinburgh is the perfect place to view early the Renaissance period to the 1900s and the national collection of artwork of Scotland.

The Scottish National Portrait gallery on Queen Street showcases Scotland’s history which spans the 16th century up to the present day and finally the Scottish Gallery of Modern Art on Belford Road is perfect if you prefer your art work in a more contemporary style. This gallery houses exhibits from the Dada and Surrealist collections which will challenge the imagination.


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