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Color Me Scotch

By Linda Tancs

The Scottish Colourists, generally recognized as Cadell, Fergusson, Hunter and Peploe, were a group of post-Impressionist painters from Scotland.  Their use of vivid color defined the modern art movement in the country.  A dedicated gallery to the Colourists is now open at Glasgow’s Kelvingove Art Galley and Museum.  Like all of their permanent displays, it’s free to visit!

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