This exhibition will also include works by his contemporaries Andre Derain, SJ Peploe and Henri Matisse.
Spanning Fergusson’s long and productive career, the exhibition will feature more than forty of his works. These include paintings, drawings, and watercolours from the archival collection of artwork and personal material belonging to JD Fergusson.
One of the most significant Scottish artists of the modern age, John Duncan Fergusson, was an important and influential artist in Britain in the first half of the 20th century. He was a leading figure among the ‘Scottish Colourists’.
The exhibition features significant loans from public collections, including the works of Matisse and Derain; The Pool of London by André Derain from Tate, On the French Coast by Samuel John Peploe from National Galleries Scotland and Portrait of Greta Moll by Henri Matisse from the National Gallery in London.