ART & EXHIBITIONS
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8921. Mon—Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 2—5pm. Julia Margaret Cameron: 'Photopraphs of Famous Men and Fair Women' Until 30 Sept. Cameron was 50 when she took up photography and. in the words of her great-niece. Virginia Woolf. ‘all her sensibility was expressed and. what is perhaps more to the purpose. controlled in the new art.‘ Portraits of Lord Tennyson and Thomas Carlyle are included in the exhibition. as well as Cameron‘s famous ‘religious‘ studies.
John Zephaniah Bell Until 28 Oct. Born in Dundee. in 1794. Bell was inﬂuenced by the Nazarenes. a community ofGerman history painters who taught him the technique of fresco painting in Rome. Bell was frustrated in his ambition to be a history painter in fresco. and his talents have long been overlooked.
Portrait in Focus: Robert Louis Stevenson Until 9 Sept.
Also. in conjunction with the Royal
EDINBURG H 10th EDINBURGH FESTIVAL EXHIBITION
SCOTTISH NARINE AND COASTAL PAINTINGS
A 19th CENTURY VIEW OF SHIPS AND THE SEA BY OVER 30 ARTISTS
10th August — lst September
Telephone 031 - $56 IOIO
m to Royal Terrace. Edinburgh EH7 SAO
Museum of Scotland. a new permanent exhibition. Dynasty: The Royal House oi Stewart.
I OUEEN'S HALL Clerk Street. Box Office 6682019. Mon—Sat 10am-5pm. Cafe.
Vintage 90 Until 1 Sept. An Artis exhibition for which selected Scottish artists were asked to paint a work on the theme of ‘The Countryside'. Erika Cruttwell: Recent Work 7 27 Sept. A selection of works front this London-based Scottish painter. I DUERCUS 16 Howe Street. Daily l()am—5.3()pm. Contemporary British Furniture and Interiors Until 1 Sept. A seriesofinteriordesigrts including a children's room. garden furniture and hand-printed textiles. I ROYAL INCORPORATION OF ARCHITECTS IN SCOTLAND 15 Rutland Square. 23‘) 7545. Mon—Fri 9.30am 5pm. Architecture ot the Scottish Renaissance Until ZUSept. I RICHARD DEMARCO GALLERY Blackfriars Churclt. Blackfriars Street (off High Street). 557 (I707. Mon— Sat 10am—6pm. Strategy~Gets-Arts + 20: A Pictlantigartlen: New Works by Gunther Uecirer [Inn] 1 Sept. It is twenty years since the RI)(i prescttted the stunning ‘Strategy-(iets-Arts‘ at Edinburgh College of Art. Now ottc ofthe original exhibitors. Gunther Liecker returns with an exhibition inﬂuenced by the Pictish settlers of Seotland. Contemporary Spanish Ceramics 530 Sept. As part ofthe Edinburgh Festival of Ceramics. an exhibition of work by eigttt Spanish ceramicists. I ROYAL BOTANIC GARDEN 552 71 7I . (iardens Mon—Sat lilam-—stinset; Sun Ham—sunset. Plant houses arid exhibitions(mounted in Inycrleith l louse, Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun I lant— 5pm. Andy Goldsworthy: Sculpture 1976—1990 Until 28 ()ct. Goldswortlty has made sculpture from snow. ice. rock. clay. leaves and flowers. This is his first
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retrospectis e exhibition aitd will tour Iziirope after Izdiitburglt.
I ROYAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND Chambers Street. 225 7534. Mott Sal lilattt 5pm1Stiit 3 5pm.
Elizabeth Fritsch: Ceramics— Cross Rhythms 1978—1990L'ntil ()Sept.
The Life 0t 3 Chair I 'ntil 3h ()ct. As part of tltc ‘l)ertntark Ill Seotlattd' eyeittsplanned for September. the ltztttislt design Council has organised an exhibition of Jo chairs and drass ittgs desigtted by 75 year—old lIaitsJ. \Vegrter. . I
I ROYAL SCOTTISH ACADEMY 'l‘tte Mound.
335(th71 Mott Sat lIIam-rﬁpm. Stitt 25pm.
Scotland's Pictures that In Sept. More than 400 years of Scottish art are. fortlte first little. squeech ittto one gallery. itt tltis exhibition of works ttttlti‘tttCIIttt‘L‘ National ( talleries of Scotland Husbands and \stses, usually exhibited tinder LIIIICICIII tttttIS. .ite ltapplt} reconciled artd ()ld arid New Masters brought together ssitlt illiiittittatittg results.
I THE SCOTTISH GALLERY ‘N t ieorge Street. 225 W55. Mort I‘ri litam (spittzSat lilam lpitt.
John Houston: Paintings i 'nttl -1 Sept. llotistort still draws most of his inspiration Iront tlte l-ast (‘oast of Scotland. T his. his fifth I'esli\ al Show with the gallery. brings [ngcthcr stilllt‘ tiltoils and watercolours. Festival Exhibition 1 tail 4 Sept Ceramics. textiles and jL‘\\L‘IIL‘l} . Irottt John Staltby. Joanne Sotoka and Paul Preston. 1 respectively
Frances Thwaites (1908—1987): Memorial Exhibition '7 Sept 2 ()ct. Born iii India. attd educated iit l€diitbtirglt. 'I'ltwailes studied stained glass at the lidinbtirgh College of art. it was painting ss Illt‘tl offered her real freedom. and which enabled her to deyclop the highly ittdiyidtial style for which she is still acclaittied.
S.J. Peploe: Paintings 7 Sept 3 ( )cl. ()ne of Scotland's best—lot ed artists. rerttembered by sotttc for his still-Iifesol roses attdtulips
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70'l'he List 31 August — 13 September 1990