Until 1st February
The Scottish Gallery, in Edinburgh’s New Town gallery district, is hosting an exhibition marking the daily drawings of eminent Scottish Colourist John Duncan Fergusson. Living the life of a dedicated aesthete in Paris, in the early 1900’s, he was a leading figure of its artist community and a paragon of Bohemian life.
Never out without a sketchbook, he would be drawing and recording obsessively, as displayed in this show comprising 45 works on paper, revealing many previously-unseen works from across the artist’s long, extraordinary life.
16 Dundas Street
Edinburgh EH3 6HZ
Image: John Duncan Fergusson – Les Amis, pencil
Also showing at the Gallery: James Morrison – From Angus to the Arctic, Patricia Shone – Textures of the Land, and David Poston – The Lateral Maker