The Fleming Collection is the finest collection of Scottish art in private hands and the only dedicated museum granting public access to Scottish art all year round. The collection comprises over 750 oils and watercolours from 1770 to the present day including works by Raeburn, Ramsay, Wilkie, and the iconic paintings of the Highland Clearances, 'The Last of the Clan' by Thomas Faed and 'Lochaber No More' by John Watson Nicol. It is particularly noted for its works by William McTaggart, the Glasgow Boys, David Young Cameron, Anne Redpath and a superb group of paintings by the Scottish Colourists. It remains a living collection through further acquisitions, focusing in particular on young Scottish artists. The gallery in Berkeley Street opened in 2002. Temporary exhibitions, drawn from both private and national collections, are held in Gallery One. Selected works from the Permanent Collection are displayed in Gallery Two, which opened to the public in June 2011.
This location is open to the public
13 Berkeley Street, London, Greater London, England, W1J 8DU
If you are planning a visit to see a particular painting, check with the location first. Paintings can be moved at short notice