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Sea view: a drawing from the Netherlandish school c.1630 part of Cassiano dal Pozzo's Paper Museum on show at National Gallery, Edinburgh until 8 June

.-\rchitecture. 2() (‘hambcrs Street. 650 2342. MonWI-ri lt)am—-~1..‘~llptii.

Page And Park l‘ntil 18 Apr. An insight into the work of architects. Page and Park. whose projects include adaptations ofexisting historical buildings. gallery and museum projects. new housing projects arid historical conservation work. The practice has won over 4!) design awards for their work'.

Allan Murray Architects Tue 22 Apr» to May. The first exhibition from this yotiiig Edinburgh-based practice focuses on their extraordinary number of competition-winning schemes and includes work not yet shown to the public.

NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART Belford Road. 550 892] Mon Sat I()arii—-5pm; Stiii 2 5pm. An inipiessne collection of 20th century art. including works by Picasso. Matisse. Moore. Hockney. Bellany. pltis a selection of Dada atid Surrealist paintings.

Lucian Freud: Early Works limit 20 Apr. This is the first exhibition in Britain de\oted to I'iretid‘s early work and includes around 3() paintings and drawings created between l‘)3b and I945. It also features I-‘reud’s first oil painting and his only sculpture.

James McIntosh Patrick: Ninetieth Birthday Display l'titil 20 Apr. To mark the Dundee-born painters birthday. the display includes oil paintings. watercolours and prints which date from the early I‘),iI)s and tour paintings based on the theme of the seasons. which were yery significant early iii the artist's

Alan Davie Drawings t'nrtl 2o Apr. A retrospectiye exhibition of oyer l2() draw itigs by the artist regarded as Scotland‘s greatest post-war painter. Picasso: Works From The Collection And Works On Loan Sat 26 Apr— () Nay.




The (‘rallery's permanent Collection of work by Picasso is on display. plus works on loan which include a portrait of Lee Miller created in l‘)37 and a 1940‘s portrait of Picasso‘s mistress l)ora Maar which has not previously been exhibited in Britain.

NATIONAL GALLERY OF SCOTLAND The Mound. 556 892 l. Mon—Sat l()arii—5pm: Sun 2~5pm.

The home of a fine collection of works from the Renaissance to Post- lmpressionism. including Rembrandt. Degas and Van (jogh plus Antonio Canoy'a‘s beautiful sculpture The Three Graces. in residence at the gallery until 109‘). The Gallery has also recently taken. on loan from a priyate collection. a major work by ()ra/io Gentilescbi. 'I'lie l-‘i'lit/r/re Uri/mes. which was painted for Charles I in the early l()3()s.

Cassiano Dal Pozzo's Paper Museum: Drawings From The Royal Collection l’ntil 8 Inn. A fascinating display of drawings and watercolours. which were assembled in Rome by collector Cassiano dal Pox/o in the first halfofthe l7th century. The collection reflects the encyclopaedic range of interests of dal l’o/lo. w ho was at the ‘cutting edge’ of scientific and antiquarian studies. On loan from the Royal library at Windsor (ittslle.

NATIONAL LIBRARY OF SCOTLAND (ieorge IV Bridge. 226 453 l. Mow-Sat ltlam-5pm; Sun 2' 5 im.

Looking In Wonder and Until I! May. A selection of sortie of the best illustrations by Sir John Tenniel. the man behind the Lewis Carroll‘s books. .vl/it'els .'lt/I'(’Illlll'(’\ In lllrlir/er/um/ and Through Tlu'lxtukine (ihtys

NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY Queen Street. 556 892l Mon-Sat

10am—5pm; Sun 2—5pm. A stunning collection of portraits of fariious faces from the lbth century to present day. plus the national photography collection.

A Home Of Signs And Wonders Photographs By Owen Logan lintil I Jun. ()ne of Scotland's leading contemporary photographers explores the religious culture of the people of ('alabar. Southern Nigeria. Logan‘s past work has focused on minority cultures in Britain. and in his new work he examines how indigenous religious beliefs in Nigeria co-exist with the Christianity brought there by missionaries.

John Kobal Photographic Portrait Award 1996 Until 1 Jan. A display of the outstanding entries in Britain‘s leading photographic portrait award. OPEN EYE GALLERY 75—79 Cumberland Street. 557 l()2(). Mon—Hi lOamAbpm: Sat lllam- 4pm. Jewellery I'ntil 8 May. Contemporary jewellery by Lesley Strickland.

Claire Banks Sat 19 Apr—8 May. New paintings by Claire Banks.

Katie Eastaugh Sat 1‘) Apr-s May. Ceramics on a lloral theme.

Kenna Crawford Sat l‘) Apr- 8 May. Three-diiiiensional wall hangings and sculpture based on the theme of sea.


43 Candlemaker Row. 22t) l‘)l I. Tue Sat rioon—-5.3()piii.

The Edge Of Europe l’ntil t7 .\Iay. Anthony llaughley‘s new large-scale colour photographs portray life experienced both on the w esterii seaboard of Ireland and in the enyiroriiiient of many of its emigrants in the ISA. lle focuses on the (ireat Blasket lslaiid. reyealing the changes which \ isiiors are now confronted with as he explores links with the past and yestiges of Irish culture. See pre\ iew.


23 l‘riioii Street. 557 217‘) Ttie Sat lllam (ipttt.

Bartlomeu Dos Santos Reminiscence On Fernando Pessoa l'ntil IX Apr. Around 40 print works front Bartloineti Iios Santos. tlie niaiority of which inyolye a combination of etching and aqiiatint.

Interior Narrative sat in .\pt 3-1 May. I’riiits lrom (iuadalaiai‘a in Mexico


(‘lerk Street. (ibis 2(ll‘). Mon Sat

ltiam 5pm.

Natures Mortes Et Jolie Fleurs t'nitl 26 Apr. A mixedanedia exhibition by lleiie lirsk‘ine. mainly ol watercolours and inks.

Interludes Mon 2.\ Apr il \lay. An exhibition of works on hand cast paper by ('hristine lletigliaii.

Nocturnal Obscura Mon 3s Apt it May. Work by (iiaeiiie (‘raig-Siiiitli which is stylistically dryerse. inspired by diyc‘l'st‘ stiltt'c‘es.


53 St Stephen Street. 225 5555'. Wed I-i‘i lititill 5.30pm; Sat l |.,itl;riii 5pm. McLachlan Cartoons that In Apr. the work of award w inning cartoonist. writer and illustrator. I‘dward .\Icl.achlaii is on display. He has illustrated oy ei Illll books and created in er ~Wt) ad‘. ci'tising cotiitiiercials. as well as his contributions to many of the national tapers.

The Rugby Scrum t'atil :0 Apr. .-\ collection of watercolours. cartoons and caricatures created pi'iiiiarily for the first International l‘t‘\ll‘. al of Youth Rtti-‘N. The display includes four w atercolotirs by Hugh l)odd of the home nation teams. All work is on sale.

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