ﬂWhen Henry Vaughan gave nearly forty exquisite Turner watercolours to the National Gallery of Scotland in 1900, he insisted that they should
only be exhibited in January when the light in
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Edinburgh was at its watery winter weakest. Thanks to his foresight, Turner’s unfaded genius lives on in works of vivid luminosity and atmospheric brilliance ..but if you don’t see the Turners this month you’ll have to wait another eleven.'|T The National Gallery
of Scotland on The Mound is open Monday to Saturday 10-5, Sunday 2-5. Free.