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  • An Exhibition in the Scottish Gallery of Modern Art Two
    An Exhibition in the Scottish Gallery of Modern Art Two
  • The National Gallery
    The National Gallery
  • Looking up to the entrance of The Queen's Gallery, Edinburgh
    The Queen's Gallery
  • The Scottish National Portrait Gallery
    The Scottish National Portrait Gallery

Explore the renowned galleries in Edinburgh & The Lothians. The city of Edinburgh has a collection of fantastic art galleries which feature fine and modern art, portraits and contemporary work. Look out for pieces by Raphael, Monet, Picasso and other great artists from the early Renaissance to the modern day.

The National Galleries of Scotland is housed in four galleries across Edinburgh and boasts a collection of Scottish and international art which is among the best in the world.
For lovers of fine art, the place to head for is the National Gallery Complex on Princes Street. This building houses a superb collection covering ages from the early Renaissance to the late 19th century period.

The Royal Scottish Academy is also part of the complex on Princes Street and features a changing programme of temporary exhibitions which in the past have included works by Andy Warhol amongst many others.

The world’s first purpose-built Scottish National Portrait Gallery is housed in a stunning Victorian Gothic building, and visitors will see a host of portraiture exhibitions.

Modern art lovers should visit the National Gallery of Modern Art One and Two, two buildings a short and pleasant walk from the city centre. Each of the galleries has a superb café – the ideal place to take a break for a coffee or a light lunch.

Edinburgh & The Lothians also boasts a number of independent galleries such as the Fruitmarket Gallery at the back of Waverley Station in the city centre. This used to be a Victorian fruit and vegetable market and is now one of the leading exhibition spaces for contemporary art in Edinburgh.

Take a look through the information listings to find galleries - Edinburgh & The Lothians has plenty for you to enjoy.

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  1. Seashore Gallery

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    East Lothian

    Seashore Gallery is located in the small historic fishing village of Cockenzie & Port Seton, home of world renown artist John Bellany. The gallery overlooks the Firth of Forth and is on the John Muir Trail.

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    North Berwick

    The Pitclay Gallery sits in a stunning location just three miles outside North Berwick where you can see the collectable ceramic artworks of David Cohen and Ronnie Fulton.

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    Edinburgh - City Centre

    Visit one of Edinburgh’s most iconic buildings and explore a fascinating overview of Scotland past and present though a wealth of imagery encompassing painting, photography, sculpture and film

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