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The Scottish Show 2021 at Panter & Hall

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Get ready for the annual exhibition celebrating a century of Scottish paintings, displaying regular artists’ commissions, historical rarities and new contemporary discoveries, in a new online edition.

Event Info

Date & Time

January 26 - February 12


Panter & Hall, Pall Mall, London, UK

From a land of immeasurable beauty, inspiring history – and incredible art.

Get ready to immerse yourself in art inspired by Scotland with The Scottish Show 2021 at Panter & Hall.

Now in it’s thirteenth year, the annual celebration of paintings and original prints from Scotland will be available virtually for the first time ever while Gallery doors remain closed.

Running from 26th January – 12th February 2021, it’s the best place to see new works commissioned from the Gallery’s regular contributors, a curated collection of historical rarities and contemporary artist discoveries new to Panter & Hall.

The majority of works in the exhibition will be for sale, offering virtual visitors an opportunity to purchase exclusive original pieces.

So, whether you’re looking to spot new talent hanging out alongside Scottish art world megastars, or add a splash of colour to your walls at home, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

Learn more about the exhibition.

Or, view the online catalogue.

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