Web users taking part in a study investigating photographic evidence for ghosts were most convinced by an image of a figure in period dress passing by a window in the historic Tantallon Castle in Fife, it was announced today.
The 18th century Scottish Enlightenment, often harked back to as Edinburgh's golden age of intellectual and scientific accomplishment, is a central theme of this year's Edinburgh International Festival 2009 programme
A two-day, celebratory weekend marking the temporary closure of the Scottish National Portrait Gallery as it begins an ambitious Portrait of the Nation project.
two-day, celebratory weekend marking the temporary closure of the
Scottish National Portrait Gallery as it begins an ambitious Portrait
of the Nation project.
Ten museums across the U.K.
The National Galleries of Scotland (NGS) and the National Gallery, London (NGL) are celebrating the £50 million acquisition of Titian's Diana and Actaeon from the Duke of Sutherland.
Craig Clunas, Professor of the History of Art at the University of Oxford, asks what might be taken as ‘modern art' in the Chinese context, and at how the arguments of the past continue to shape
THE JOLOMO FOUNDATION LAUNCHES
JOLOMO AWARDS 2009 FOR SCOTTISH LANDSCAPE PAINTING