The Glasgow Boys & Girls

5th September - 15th November

The Glasgow Boys and Girls represent the beginnings of modern Scottish painting in the early 1880s, united by their disillusionment with the academic painting of the time, they began to paint contemporary rural subjects, working outdoors and painting directly in front of their subject.

The exhibition brings together nearly forty paintings and watercolours, including works from every significant member of the group, and focuses on the period between 1880-1895, when the Glasgow Boys and Girls were at the height of their creativity.

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James Nairn, View of Corrie on Arran. Courtesy of the Fleming Collection