Scottish Art


The National Galleries of Scotland is responsible for the national collection of Scottish art, the most important of its kind in the world. Our definition of Scottish art is broad, and embraces artworks and artists with a varied range of associations with this country – from the artist’s nationality to the subject of the work. In this collection, you can explore a selection of highlights from our collection of Scottish art.
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The Mysterious Garden (1911)
Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh
Mother and Child (1920s)
Norah Neilson Gray
Mont Alba (About 1924 - 1927)
Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Portrait of a Lady in Black (About 1921)
Francis Campbell Boileau Cadell
Pitlessie Fair (1804)
Sir David Wilkie
Flowers on an Indian Cloth (1965)
Elizabeth Blackadder
Trappings (2014)
Claire Barclay
In the Orchard (1886)
Sir James Guthrie
Sunghrie III (2002)
Wilhelmina Barns-Graham