Talbot Rice Gallery
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Talbot Rice Gallery information
This small art gallery has three exhibition spaces: the neoclassical Georgian Gallery, designed by William Playfair, houses a permanent collection of works by old masters; the White Gallery, a more modern space, is used to exhibit the works of contemporary Scottish painters and sculptors; and TRG3 is dedicated to new, up-and-coming young artists.