FAS Edinburgh
21st July - 28 August 2017

In a reaction to the prescribed approach to the Victorian painting of the late nineteenth century, the Glasgow Boys sought a new and ‘modern’ style of painting, where their compositions showed a particular interest in rural realism, in working out-of-doors, and in French-inspired tonal and compositional techniques.

This exhibition brings together works by James Paterson, Arthur Melville, SIr James Guthrie, James Whitelaw Hamilton, Edward Arthur Walton, John Quinton Pringle, Harrington Mann, and Constance Walton.
James Whitelaw Hamilton
Farm by Moonlight, BerkshireE A Walton
Figures on a bridge, SuffolkE A Walton
The coal cart, ChelseaArthur Melville
Mosul at DawnEdward Arthur Walton
Gatehouse of FleetArthur Melville
The StormHarrington Mann
The BrookJames Guthrie
The Shepherd BoyMelville-Soldiers-and-Boy-w.jpgE A Walton
Uplands of CeresJames Whitelaw Hamilton
Autumn ReverieConstance Walton
Pink and Yellow FlowersPringle
Tending the DucksE A Walton
The Young FishermanE A Walton
The Mill on the Griffe
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