A visit to the Scottish National Gallery is a great opportunity to get close to thrilling masterpieces. One of the first visitors will see is Titian’s Venus Anadyomene, 500-year-old Renaissance painting worth over 11 million pounds.
From then on you know you are up to something special – and for free. It’s one of the best collections of fine art in the world from the beginning of the Renaissance to the start of the twentieth century, including names as Gauguin, Cézanne, Monet, van Gogh and da Vinci. Besides the gallery, the research facilities and library include ‘Prints and Drawings Collection’ with over 30,000 works on paper and 50,000 volumes of books, journals, slides and archival material related to the collections and history of the Scottish National Gallery.