Next month, The Scottish Gallery in Edinburgh will present the exhibition An Artist’s Life, Act I, revealing an unseen archive of works produced during Alexander Goudie’s early career...
An Artist’s Life: Act I runs from Thursday 1st July – Saturday 24th July 2021
Find out more and book tickets at www.scottish-gallery.co.uk
About The Scottish Gallery
Established in South St. David Street, Edinburgh by Aitken Dott in 1842 as "Gilders, Framers, and Artists' Colourmen", the firm, as it does today, also exhibited and sold work by the leading Scottish artists of the day. As all areas of the business grew, larger premises were found in Castle Street in 1860 and a new dedicated gallery space was opened in 1897 as "The Scottish Gallery". The gallery has been situated on Dundas Street since 1992. The Scottish Gallery celebrated 175 Years of Art in 2017.
Cancan c. 1975, oil on canvas, 196 x 96 cm, © Goudie Estate.jpg
Self Portrait with Red Scarf, c. 1985, oil on canvas, 106 x 101 cm, © Goudie Estate.jpg