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Redpath Alert!

The glorious work of Anne Redpath (1896-1965), and her circle, can be seen at the Granary Gallery in Berwick.

Anne Redpath was one of Scotland’s finest mid-20th artists. She spent her formative years in Edinburgh but also, mainly, in the south of France where she painted alongside Scottish colourists Samuel Peploe and Leslie Hunter. She returned to the Scottish Borders in 1934 and even though she was a penniless, single mother of three, she never wavered in pursuing a career as an artist, and she was duly elected as President of the Society of Scottish Women Artists in 1944. She moved to Edinburgh in 1949 and became a standard bearer of the group now known as the ‘Edinburgh School’. This show – the first highlighting her work in 15 years – will also feature works by fellow ‘Edinburgh School’ artists.

Anne Redpath and her Circle, until 5 November, The Granary Gallery, Berwick,

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