200 Years of Scottish Painting
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For a small country, and one whose national school was late in developing, the history of Scotland’s visual arts is particularly rich and diverse. Each generation produced artists from the front rank, from the 17th century Scottish artist William Gouw Ferguson, domiciled in the Low Countries and Sir Henry Raeburn, Scotland's national portraitist to the first Scot with an international reputation, Sir David Wilkie. Examples from Scottish Impressionism with William McTaggart and the Kirkcudbright School artist Charles Oppenheimer are included. Colourists Hunter and Cadell and the Edinburgh School artist Anne Redpath take us into the 20th century and Callum Innes and the Boyle Family lead to the Scottish art of today.
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