Wheelchair Accessible Scottish National Gallery Edinburgh
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The Scottish National Gallery displays some of the greatest art in the world, including masterpieces by Raphael, Botticelli, Titian, Rembrandt, Vermeer, van Dyck, El Greco, Velázquez, Constable, Landseer, Turner, Gainsborough, Angelica Kauffmann and Tiepolo amongst many others. The most comprehensive part of the collection showcases the history of Scottish painting, including Raeburn, Wilkie and Ramsay.
The Scottish National Gallery comprises both the National Gallery Building and the Royal Scottish Academy Building. Both of these buildings, designed by William Henry Playfair, stand in the heart of central Edinburgh.
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This portrait of James VI & I was made when he was still a child. He's dressed as a miniature adult, with a sparrow hawk perched on his gloved left hand. Portraits such as this were made to reassure contemporary audiences by showing the young king as active and healthy 👶👑 https://t.co/MGmAO9rMLjRead More
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