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10am 5pm. Sunday 2pm-5pm For further information Contact: Department oflnformation. National (‘ialleries of Scotland. 'l‘he Mound. Edinburgh l'lll‘l 2El, 'l‘elt-phom- mi .556 8921
7 LIGHTING UP THE
THE - Q LANDSCAPE NATIONAL u ‘ ‘ " -, lAugust—
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'1 h“ Mmm‘l Edinburgh anch Impressionism and its origins, a major 1'3lII‘UIW”Wimilwfrm" internatlonal loan exhlbition. Pictures by Cezanne, thel-lthtothe g_ . . . mm “mm, and ' ' Monet, Plssarro, Slsley and their predecessors Corot, “W “W” Courbet and Delacr01x, from Britain, Europe and the United States. Admiss1on £1(concess1ons 60p).
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JOHN 1; BELLANY
9AUGUST :‘ 9321 SEPTEMBER 1986
NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART
Hem)!“ R‘Wl‘ Edmhumh . The first major retrospective exhibition devoted to one ofthe most Lloih ( ‘t-mmjx- painting. gifted Scottish artists to have emerged since the Second World sculpture and graphic “an
‘m‘ His rich and powerful imagery is shown here in all its breadth. Some
sixty oils. as well as watercolours. drawings. prints and hooks. are on
display. covering his entire working career so far.
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NATIONAL PORTRAIT $381936}: GALLERY
.ignt‘q'jw I . . M Qu‘f ” . :15“ I (:m “:m‘ The Screntiflc Art of W. H. Fox Talbot, Scottis 1 itstorvt irou ' 1 . portraits: l’rint Rooifi [)00o and RObert AdamSOn.
and reference section.
The world famous photography collections of the Science Museum, London and the Scottish National Portrait
Gallery brought together for the first time in this major ; exhibition of nearly 200 of the earliest and most ' remarkable photographs ever taken. Admission 50p. J