Modern Scottish Women Painters and Sculptors 1885-1965

Modern Scottish Women Painters and Sculptors 1885-1965

The Barns-Graham Charitable Trust is a sponsor of this remarkable exhibition that explores the work of Scottish women artists from 1885 to 1965. The artists range from the very well known to those lost in obscurity but whose paintings wholly deserve to be included in this survey. Four paintings by Wilhelmina Barns-Graham have been selected - Studio Interior, also known as Red Stool, Studio (1945); Box Factory Fire, Cornwall (1948); Glacier Chasm (1951); and Red Landscape (1957). Each reflects a very different aspects of Barns-Graham's work while illustrating her modernist leanings.

The exhibition is at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art 2 in Edinburgh. It opens on Saturday 7 November and runs until 26 June 2016.  For further details visit the National Galleries website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Studio Interior, also known as Red Stool, Studio  1945
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Studio Interior, also known as Red Stool, Studio 1945
Glacier Chasm  1951 <br/>Gifted by the Barns-Graham Trust to The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in 2012
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Glacier Chasm 1951
Gifted by the Barns-Graham Trust to The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in 2012
Red Landscape  1957
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Red Landscape 1957

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