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Until Sun 10th Feb

Town And City - Scotland’s Urbanised Landscape 1700-1900

@ Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh

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Town And City - Scotland’s Urbanised Landscape 1700-1900

Town and City is an exhibition of drawings, watercolours and prints drawn from the Scottish National Collection and provides a fascinating look at Scotland’s urban landscapes before the age of the camera or through the eyes of the artist.

Scotland’s towns and cities are rich in culture and steeped in history; from ecclesiastical towns and delightful fishing villages and harbours, to industrial ports and vibrant cosmopolitan centres, Scotland’s urban landscapes are truly indicative of Scotland’s rich past.

This exhibition includes some of the earliest known visual records of these locations and many provide a rare document of urban life in Scotland between the turn of the 18th century through to the beginning of the 20th century. The earliest is a drawing from 1693 by John Abraham Slezer, showing St Andrews and made to illustrate his historically important volume Theatrum Scotiae.

Image © National Galleries of Scotland

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Venue: Scottish National Gallery


Address:
The Mound
Edinburgh
EH2 2EL 55.950630, -3.195333

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