Three pieces in Archie Brennan’s Mohammud Ali series are on display at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art.
The exhibition is titled “20th Century: Masterpieces of Scottish and European Art,” currently on view and lasting through September 27.
Here is an excerpt from the description online:
This display of works from the collection of the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art offers an historical overview of some of the most remarkable art made during the last century. It concentrates on areas in which the Gallery’s collection is particularly strong. Since it has always been central to the Gallery’s mission to place modern Scottish art in an international context, we have tried to show the best of Scottish art alongside modern European masters.
Archie has three works of ink and pencil on paper from his Mohammud Ali series in this exhibition, which are in the museum’s collection. His work is hanging near the collection of MC Escher works and is in good company with works by Picasso, Edouard Vuillard, and Scottish artists William Turnbull and Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh.
Are you tempted to drop everything and make a trip to Edinburgh? Yeah, me too….
Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
75 Belford Rd.
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