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The Fleming Collection furthers an understanding and awareness of Scottish art and creativity through exhibitions, events, publishing and education with an emphasis placed on initiatives outside Scotland. 

The collection, which is owned by The Fleming-Wyfold Art Foundation, is considered the finest collection of Scottish art outside public institutions comprising over 600 works from the seventeenth century to the present day. 

 

Explore the collection

The four artists known as the Scottish Colourists, S.J.Peploe, J.D. Fergusson, Leslie Hunter, and F.C.B. Cadell are acknowledged as one of the most talented, experimental and distinctive groups in twentieth century British art.

Loch Lomond. George Leslie Hunter

The Scottish Colourists

A selection of paintings that present the myriad of ways Scottish artists have responded to their homes and the spaces they occupied on a daily basis.

Cat and Flowers. Elizabeth Blackadder

Art From the Home

Explore the outstanding work of women artists, starting with radical Glasgow Girl, Flora Macdonald Reid’s 1883 Fieldworkers. Landmarks include the 1920s portraits by Dorothy Johnston and Cecile Walton, while the holdings of mid-century greats Joan Eardley, Anne Redpath and Elizabeth Blackadder are not to be missed. Alison Watt, Caroline Walker and Sam Ainsley are stand out contemporaries.

Winter Sea III. Joan Eardley

Women Artists

The four artists known as the Scottish Colourists, S.J.Peploe, J.D. Fergusson, Leslie Hunter, and F.C.B. Cadell are acknowledged as one of the most talented, experimental and distinctive groups in twentieth century British art.

Loch Lomond. George Leslie Hunter

The Scottish Colourists

A selection of paintings that present the myriad of ways Scottish artists have responded to their homes and the spaces they occupied on a daily basis.

Cat and Flowers. Elizabeth Blackadder

Art From the Home

Explore the outstanding work of women artists, starting with radical Glasgow Girl, Flora Macdonald Reid’s 1883 Fieldworkers. Landmarks include the 1920s portraits by Dorothy Johnston and Cecile Walton, while the holdings of mid-century greats Joan Eardley, Anne Redpath and Elizabeth Blackadder are not to be missed. Alison Watt, Caroline Walker and Sam Ainsley are stand out contemporaries.

Winter Sea III. Joan Eardley

Women Artists

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