The National Galleries of Scotland

The National Galleries look after one of the world’s finest collections of Western art ranging from the Middle Ages to the present day. The collections are allocated to three major builidngs and various minor locations. The National Gallery of Scotland is home to the collection of European paintings and sculpture from the Renaissance to Post-Impressionism, and is one of the very finest galleries of its size in the world. The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, together with the Dean Gallery, is home to the national collection of modern Scottish and international art from 1900 to the present day. The Scottish National Portrait Gallery collects portraits of famous individuals for the interest of present and future generations. The permanent exhibition also includes the introduction to Impressionism and a broad collection of works.

Museum: The National Galleries of Scotland
City: Edinburgh
Country: United Kingdom
Address: The Mound