Celebrate - 125 Years of Aberdeen Art Gallery & Museums

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This virtual exhibition shows a selection of the fantastic artwork and artefacts which have been collected over the past 125 years.

When the Aberdeen Art Gallery and Industrial Museum first opened in 1885, it housed temporary exhibitions of art and industry, with items loaned for display by private individuals. It also became home to Aberdeen Artists Society's exhibitions of contemporary art which continue to the present time. Gradually, as more donations were received, significant permanent collections were developed. True to the initial concept, the collections are now diverse and comprise Archaeology, Fine and Decorative Art and Industrial, Maritime and Social History, all of which have been recognised as National Collections of Significance.

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Spice Box William Jamieson View more >
James Byres of Tonley Hugh Douglas Hamilton View more >
Colour Cabinet William Hogarth View more >
Head of Francis Bacon, Study No 6 (Head & Teeth) Clive Barker View more >
La Petite Place - La Rue du Village Alfred Sisley View more >
James Grant of Lettock Louis-Gabriel Blanchet View more >
Gold Feather Necklace Malcolm Arthur Appleby View more >
Fumed And Surface Decorated Glass Vase Sam Herman View more >
Blue Glass Dish Or Bowl-Stand Isaac Jacobs View more >
Presentation Gold Snuff Box with Agate Cover James Erskine View more >
The Gleaner Jules Breton View more >
Aitchie George Paul Chalmers View more >

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