- This Georgian townhouse come gallery sits on one of Edinburgh's most prestigious streets and on the northern side of Calton Hill. Amidst an elegant setting of antiques and the gallery's gorgeous architectural features, there is an abundance of fine art by British and European artists from 1750-1940. They particularly specialise in Scottish and maritime scenes. Pieces on display include paintings by Alexander Nasmyth and William Clark of Greenock and bronzes by Antoine-Louis Barye. It's certainly a good place to go if you're considering buying a traditional Scottish watercolour or oil. Call for details of the latest temporary exhibition. Admission: is free.
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