In Focus | A Hind's Daughter by Sir James Guthrie

A Hind's Daughter was painted by James Guthrie, one of the leading painters in the group of artists called the Glasgow Boys. His early works of rural subjects painted with broad square brush strokes show the strong influence of French artists like Jules Bastien-Lepage In this series devoted to Scottish Art, we look at paintings by some of the nation’s finest artists. We examine them to uncover what makes each work so special and reveal some of the stories behind them. This series is part of the Scottish National Gallery Project. The project will completely transform the way Scottish art is shown at the Gallery. A new suite of exhibition spaces will be created, which will be directly accessible from the adjoining Princes Street Gardens, and provide a light-filled, new home for the our unrivalled collection of Scottish art, raising its profile for visitors from all over the world. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nationalgall...​ Twitter: https://twitter.com/NatGalleriesSco​ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/natgallerie...​ Website: https://ift.tt/sDZqVCO

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Enter the Mothership: artist Yto Barrada's Tangier garden | Tate

The Mothership is a garden on the Strait of Gibraltar, and yet much more than that. It's a residence, and a retreat, a dye garden, an ex...