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Castle Douglas Art Gallery
Castle Douglas Art Gallery first opened in 1938 having been gifted to the town by Mrs Ethel Bristowe and now forms an excellent venue for an annual programme of temporary exhibitions running from Easter to Christmas.
The Compass Gallery exhibits work from a variety of up and coming artists from around Scotland
The Dean Gallery opened in March 1999, to house the Paolozzi Gift and part of the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art's permanent collection, and host exhibitions.
Kirkcaldy Museum & Art Gallery
Kirkcaldy Museum & Art Gallery, set in the town's lovely War Memorial Gardens, houses a collection of fine and decorative arts of local and national importance.
National Gallery of Scotland
The National Gallery of Scotland, oldest of the four Galleries, is situated in the heart of Edinburgh on The Mound, between the ancient Old Town and the Georgian New Town.
Paisley Museum & Art Gallery
The Paisley Pattern is a design classic, you can see the beauty of the original shawls and discover the story of their intricate art at Paisley Museum and Art Galleries.
Rockcliffe Art Gallery
British art gallery with an inspired programme of exhibitions by accomplished living artists. Browse at your leisure from 9am to 9pm, seven days a week.
Smith Art Gallery & Museum
Nestling beneath Stirling Castle, in the King's Park, the ancient hunting grounds of the Stuart monarchs, and now a suburb of opulent Victorian mansions, is the Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum.
18th-century town house of the Murrays of Broughton and Cally, which was bought in 1901 by E A Hornel, the renowned artist and member of 'The Glasgow Boys'.
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