Arbroath Art Gallery

Arbroath Art Gallery

Description

Arbroath Art Gallery is open.

The Corsar Gallery and the Brothock Gallery, both within Arbroath Library, display artworks from the Angus collections as well as touring exhibitions and locally-generated shows.

There are significant groups of work by William Lamb of Montrose, David Waterson of Brechin and James Watterson Herald of Forfar and Arbroath, which make up a considerable part of the collection. Highlights of the oil painting collection include works by Henry Raeburn, James Irvine, George Paul Chalmers, Edward Baird, William Littlejohn, James McIntosh Patrick and James Morrison.

Of particular note are two paintings by Peter Brueghel the younger. These significant works, The Adoration of the Magi and Saint John Preaching in the Wilderness, formed the basis of the historical Arbroath collection from the mid-nineteenth century and are on permanent display in the Arbroath Art Gallery.

Opening Times
Monday – 11am to 4.30pm
Tuesday – 2pm to 6pm
Wednesday – 11am to 4.30pm
Thursday – CLOSED
Friday – 11am to 4.30pm
Saturday – 10am to 1pm
Sunday – CLOSED

Accessibility

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Arbroath Art Gallery

Address:

Arbroath Library
Hill Terrace
Arbroath
DD11 1AH

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