partly by his interest in Early Renaissance frescoes. In this case. Donleavy substitutes the Renaissance themesof Christianity and the Classics for the world of Association Football legendary heroes and villains. victories and tragic falls from grace . . .

I DANISH CULTURAL INSTITUTE (‘arlsberg House. 3 Doune Terrace. 225 7 l 89. Mon—Fri Ilium—5pm.

Hans Tynestrup: Paintings and Watercolours Until 24 Apr. Romantic works by an artist whose ‘picturesque universe is full of imagination and intangibles'.

I EASTERN GENERAL HOSPITAL Sealield Street. Daily. during visiting hours.

East Unit Art Fund: An Exhibition with Birds. Beasts and Fishes Until Thurs to Apr. Works by Anita Bryan. Anna Ford. \‘icki lIopkinson. Mike McVeigh and David Moore. plus jewellery by Pat Young.

I EDINBURGH PRINTMAKERS WORKSHOP AND GALLERY 2.3 Union Street. 557 2479. Mon—Sat “lam—5.30pm.

Pretty Diverse: Eight Contemporary Printmakers Sat l l Apr— lb May. Georgeson. ()utram. Chapman. l’ope. Clark. Maclnty re. Flannigan and Uldall under one root.

I FLYING COLOURS GALLERY 35 William Street. 225 (1776. Tue- Fri l lam—opm: Sat ltlam— l pm.

Contemporary Colourists. Part 1 Until \y'ed l Apr. Five more artists: Shona Barr. Adrian Begg. Sally (‘arlaw. William (‘rozier and Lucy Jones.

Nick Shlee Wed l5 Apr- l3 May. Scottish Borders landscapes by an Expressionist artist.

I FRENCH INSTITUTE l3 Randolph ('rescent. 225 53%. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5.3tlpm; Sat 9.3tlam—- l .30 pm. Pierre Antoniucci: Recent Paintings [5 ntil 30 Apr. Elegant figurative andabstract works from one of France's prominent contemporary artists.

I FRUITMARKET GALLERY 2‘) Market Street. 225 2383. Tue—Sat loam—5.30pm;

Promoting contemporary visual art

and design




The Science and Art ot Illusion, pistons that play tricks on the eye and the mind, byttlcholas

Sttn 2-5pm. I Matthew Inglis. Ian Kane. Linda Taylortinttl 24 Apr. Sculpture and installationsby

three Scottish artists.


Road. 556 892k Mon—Sat “lam—5pm; Sttn 2—5pm. |l)| ('al'e. The gallery 's justly renowned cafe is open Mott—Sat lil.3tlam—«l.3llpm: Sttn 2.30—4.2tlpm. lintry to the permanent collection is free. and features works by Picasso. Matisse. Mondrian and 20th

22-28 Coo/(burn St Edinburgh EH 7 1 NY

03 7 220 1260

St/bs‘ldzstt—éd by Scottish Arts COL/liCl/ and City of Edinburgh District CounC/i

Wade at the Mountbatten Building, Edinburgh

century Scottish artists.

Otto Dix: The Dresden Collection oi Works on Papetl'ntil lll May . £2 ( Ll ). ()ne hallola collaborative celebration to mark the centenary ol' the birth ot ()lto Dix— (iermany's best known 2llth centttry realist painter. declared a 'degcneratc‘ under the Nazi regime. While the'l'ate (iallery in London shows his paintings. the SNUMA concentrateson Dix as draughtsman. w ith \t atercolottrs. drawings. gouaclles and prints l'romall phasesol his career. Both exhibitionsarc organised by Keith llartley . Assistant Keeper at the SNGMA.

Edward Baird 1904—1949 tintil l7 May. Selected works by a little-known Scottish painter notable for the almost photographic attention to detail of his paintings and for a sly Ie that vergcson Surrealism. See review.

I HANOVER FINE ART 22A Dundas Street. 55o2l8l. Mon—Fri ltl.3Uam—opm; Sat lllam—me. ('losed Mon 20.

Peter Barton: The Mountain Experience Sat ll-— 27 Apr. Landscapes. some semi-abstract. painted in oils on laminate board. The show also includes wood sculptures by (‘allttm Young and recent works by gallery artists.

I ITALIAN INSTITUTE 82 Nicolson Street. («is 2232. Mon—Fri lilam—lpm and 3-5pm Giusy Lazzari: Works on Paper Fri ltl Apr—9 May.

I KINGFISHER GALLERY 5 Northumberland Street Lane. 557 5454. Mon— Fri 9, 3llatlt—-I.3(lpm.

Paintings in Watercolour Fri limo Apr. Works by Victoria (‘assidy . John l-‘organ. Jenny Matthewsand Rosemary Stttbbs. I KING'S BUILDINGS West Mains Road. (150 liltitl. Daily. ltlam -5pm. FUNdamental Physics L’ntil Fri l7 Apr. A hands-on invitation to explore the properties ol magnetism. optics. electricity. waves and vibrations. ljager Edinburgh University students are on hand to help with enquiries.

I MAXIE'S BISTRO 8t WINE BAR 32b West Nicolson Street. Mon—Thurs l lam—3pm and 5pm—midnight: Fri and Sat llam—lam.

Works by Beverley F. Reid L'ntil Sat in Apr. I MOUNTBATTEN BUILDING 3 l —35 (irassmarket. 225 (i465. Daily. Ilium—5pm.

Exhibitions Sat 1 1-25 Apr: The Science and Art at Illusion Pictures which play tricks on the eyes and the mind. by Nicholas Wade.

Fish. Time and (Almost) Everything

(‘artoons l’rom Kate (‘harlesworth's column in the New Scientist and from a number of other publications. including the National Museum ol Scotland‘s Fish l'tlt‘IA.

Satellite Images A chance to monitor the environment lrotlt space - without leaving the salely ot’the (irassmarket.

The Modern World oi Computer Graphics Predict the weather forecast and get your portrait done by a compttler. just like that Droopy- A Wandering Robot Something akin to K9. Droopy has the brain ol‘a ‘primitiy c insecl' -- don't be surprised to find him t'ollowing yott around the building.

Mission to the Ocean Depths A display ol modern ocean exploration technology

yy hich plays an important role in the analysis ol' the world's eny ironmental problems.

I MUSEUM OF CHILDHOOD 42 l ligh Street. 225 2424. Mon—Sat lilamaopm.

The best days til your lil'e'.’ 'l'oy's. y itleos and various kids’ bits and pieces shed some light on lloyy it was for everyoneelsc Science and Toys Until 9 Jun. llornby trains. Slinkies. pop guns and steam engines are among the toys which tlsc science in their mechanism.

I NATIONAL GALLERY OF SCOTLAND The Mound. 550892 I. Mon-Sat Ilium—5pm: Sttn 2-5pm.

The home ol a line collection nlyyorks. lrom the Renaissance to l’ost-Impressionism. inclttding Velazquez. Iil (ircco. Rembrandt.(iainsborough. Degas. Van (ioglt and Scottish (‘olourists. The gallery has recently bought two ()ILI Master tlrayy tags by l’armigianino and l’etro da (‘ortona. on display in Room ls’. until 3 May.

Palaces ol Art: Art Galleries in Britain 1790-1990 Until 3 May. A look back at the design and display ol art galleries overlhe last 2(ltl years.

I NETHERBOW ARTS CENTRE 43 l ligh Street. 5569579. Mon-Sat Ilium—4.30pm. The Preacher and the Goldsmith Admission {I20 [I 50p. Permanent exhibition about next-door-neighbour. .lohn Knox's llousc.

Sculpted Characters: Puppets by Diane Jamieson Mon l3—Sal 25 Apr.

I OPEN EYE GALLERY 75 (‘umberland Street. 557 ltl2tl. Mon—Fri lllam—opm.Sat loam-4pm.

Alison Bailey Smith: Hats and Jewellery l.'ntil 7 May. Don't miss thisopportunity to see (and buy!) Bailey Smith's eccentric wire labrications. Recently graduated from lidinburgh School of A rt. she was also voted Scottish Fashion Designcrol the Year.

Geoitrey Squire ARSA RGI: Paintings L: ntil Thins In Apr.

Moira Beaty: Paintings Sat l8 Apr—7 May. Linda Farquharson: Prints Sat 18 Apr—7 May .

l’lus. ceramics by Julie Brooke and Andrew Adair.

I PORTFOLIO GALLERY «I3 (‘andlemakcr Row. 22” l‘)l l . Tue—Sat noon—5.30pm. Next show. Glyn Satterley: The Highland Game. starts 25 Apr.

I PORTRAIT GALLERY Queen Street. 556 892k Mon—Sat mam—5pm; Sun 2-5pm. |l)|. ('al'e.

Scotland's bonnicst and beastliest monarchs. politicians. ts rilers and at tists— not to mention the footballers and a very line cal'e to boot.

John Bellany's new portrait olSir l’cter Maxwell Davies. the composer and conductor. is currently on show.

Kenneth MacLeay: Landscapes. Portraits and Miniatures Until Mon 30 Apr. An exhibition devoted to the life's work of one of Scotland's better-known l9th century watercolourists.


Racing Car Display Sun 19 Apr. Instructors from the Knockhill Racing Drivers School will display a Formula One single seat racing car and a Racing Saloon X'R2.and

50 The List 10 23 April 1992