ROSENGARTEN 28 June 2018 – 1 October 2019

ROSENGARTEN 28 June 2018 – 1 October 2019

From research in the “special collections” of medical history and the modern labour suite, Anne Bevan and Janice Galloway have put together the words and sculptures of Rosengarten, taking the tools of obstetrics and pairing them with water, light, human hands and garden plants.  Away from the heat

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THE GERMAN REVOLUTION: EXPRESSIONIST PRINTS – 1 March – 25 August 2019

THE GERMAN REVOLUTION: EXPRESSIONIST PRINTS – 1 March – 25 August 2019

Featuring works from The Hunterian’s pioneering collection of German Expressionist prints, this major exhibition explores artists’ responses to the German Revolution of 1918-1919. Presenting works by stellar artists such as Munch, Nolde, Schiele, Kokoschka, Kollwitz, Beckmann, Picasso, Goya and Gauguin, The German Revolution explores this turbulent period, linking the

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COLLECTIONS SUMMARIES

COLLECTIONS SUMMARIES

ART The Hunterian is home to one of the most distinguished public art collections in Scotland. It includes over 900 paintings, 40,000 works on paper and modest holdings of applied and decorative art (Mackintosh, Scottish ceramics, Whistler memorabilia) and sculpture. Samuel John Peploe, Ben More from Martyrs

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BYZANTIUM: A GOLDEN ERA OF COINAGE

BYZANTIUM: A GOLDEN ERA OF COINAGE

11 December 2018 – 21 May 2019  Hunterian Museum  Admission Free For a thousand years, the Byzantine Empire dominated the eastern Mediterranean. Centred on the capital of Constantinople, it was a beacon of Roman power, Greek influence and Christian worship, which spanned the ancient and medieval worlds.

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WILLIAM HUNTER AND THE ANATOMY OF THE MODERN MUSEUM

WILLIAM HUNTER AND THE ANATOMY OF THE MODERN MUSEUM

28 September 2018 – 6 January 2019 Hunterian Art Gallery Admission free William Hunter and the Anatomy of the Modern Museum marks the William Hunter Tercentenary – 300 years since the birth Hunterian founder, Dr William Hunter (1718-1783). This major exhibition not only offers a critical examination of

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