15′A Sense of Place :20th Century Scottish Painting‘ runs until Autumn 2017 at the McManus Galleries in Dundee.
The exhibition features works by Scottish artists, predominantly of landscapes.
Below are photos of my favourite works in the exhibition.
The Lovers by John Bellamy
Island by James Howie
Loch Tulla by John MacLauchan Milne
Rain on Princes Street by Stanley Cursiter
Mediterranean Hill Town by William McCance
Ode to the North Wind by William Johnstone
St Tropez by John MacLauchan Milne
A Lowland Church by J D Fergusson
A Cottage in Fife by George Leslie Hunter
Terraced Fields Gran Canaria by Anne Redpath
Denhead Farm by James Morrison
Green and Blue Boats by Joan Eardley
Skye Fisherman – In Memoriam by Will MacLean
Window on the Sea by Ian Fleming
Outside the Garden by Ronald Forbes
Full of the Warm South by J D Fergusson
It’s free to enter the ‘A Sense of Place: 20th Century Scottish Painting’ exhibition. McManus Galleries are open Monday to Saturday 10am to 5pm, and Sunday from 12.30pm to 4.30pm.