5th – 29th February
The Scottish Gallery, in Edinburgh’s New Town gallery district, hosts the tenth in its Modern Masters series, this time focusing on the collected work of Alexander Goudie (1933–2004), father of artist, art historian and broadcaster Lachlan Goudie, who provides an insightful essay into the work of his father in the exhibition’s accompanying catalogue.
A selection of paintings of Venice by Victoria Crowe shows the profound impact the city has had on her popular and acclaimed work, and recent acquisitions by painters Robert Henderson Blyth, Adam Bruce Thomson and Willie Wilson afford an insight into the spirit of place evoked by the Edinburgh School. Fine early works by Dame Elizabeth Blackadder, Alberto Morrocco, and Sir Robin Philipson are also on show, among other delights.
A catalogue is available to purchase to accompany the exhibition, and an in-Gallery talk by Lachlan Goudie will take place on 15th February, 2 – 3pm, when he will discuss this exhibition and his father’s work (contact the Gallery for availability).
16 Dundas Street
Edinburgh EH3 6HZ
Image: Alexander Goudie – Salome’s Last Veil, gouache on board
Also showing at the Gallery:
Scale: Landscape painter Charles Simpson’s response to the ever-changing beauty of Scotland’s west coast;
A Considered Place – The Edit: featuring woven tapestries from Jo Barker, Sara Brennan, and Susan Mowatt and exquisite glass and ceramic work from Andrea Walsh.