Whether you're looking for inspiration or info, we've rounded-up some of the best things to do in Edinburgh today. You'll find theatre, art, music and more in our list, so there's plenty to tempt you to get out and about.
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John Constable's large-scale painting, Salisbury Cathedral From The Meadows, 1831, is shown alongside William McTaggart's The Storm, 1890.
A new programme of contemporary art exhibitions featuring sculptural works by Scottish-based artist Nathan Coley including his iconic The Lamp of Sacrifice, 286 Places Of Worship, as well as pieces from Peter Haining/Peter Horobin, Mona Hatoum, Louise Hopkins, Tessa Lynch, Jock McFadyen, Rivane Neuenschwander, Tony Swain and others.
The exhibition will demonstrate the breadth and depth of the art of the period, bringing together some 80 paintings by a generation of hugely talented artists whom art history has tended to sideline, as the figurative tradition they represent has been overshadowed by the more dominant abstraction of Modernism.