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The Scottish National Gallery continues its long-standing annual tradition of displaying their collection of works by Joseph Mallord William Turner, bequeathed by the art collector Henry Vaughan.
The 38 works encapsulate the entire career of Turner and are displayed each year with the stipulations given by Vaughan to be exhibited to the public "all at one time, free of charge, during the month of January".
The exhibition is, for the fifth year, being supported by People's Postcode Lottery.
Pictured: Charlotte Topsfield, Curator of the Scottish National Gallery with Mount Snowdon, Afterglow which is being displayed alongside the Vaughan Bequest paintings
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- Turner Vaughan Bequest | Edinburgh | 15 December 2016