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The Fergusson Gallery

Marshall Place, Perth PH2 8NS, Scotland
+44 1738 783425
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Glad to have finally visited

Have been looking to go to this gallery for many yeasr and was not disappointed when we finally got... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Brian L
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Glasgow, United Kingdom
Relaxing spot in busy perth

O good wee place to learn and enjoy some colourist art and get a feel for the movement. Interesting... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Sejpoj
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Fergusson Gallery celebrates the life and work of the great pioneers of modern art and dance, John Duncan Fergusson and Margaret Morris. J D Fergusson is now best known as one of the celebrated Scottish Colourist painters, while Margaret Morris is recognised for her pioneering work in modern dance. She was also an inspired choreographer, artist, movement therapist and author. Housed under the one roof at The Fergusson Gallery, their collections tell a fascinating story. We are open Tuesday to Saturday 10 am- 5 pm Sunday opening from April to October 12 pm - 4.30 Pm
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Marshall Place, Perth PH2 8NS, Scotland
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Have been looking to go to this gallery for many yeasr and was not disappointed when we finally got there. Well laid out with excellent informations on both the artist and the paintings. Shouldnt be missed if you are in Perth

Thank Brian L
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

O good wee place to learn and enjoy some colourist art and get a feel for the movement. Interesting old building to see from the inside as well Helpful staff

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Reviewed 22 June 2018

I was walking around Perth and my attention was caught by this unusual building which apparently was a waterworks, but is now a small art gallery. The attendant was busy talking to people when I went in, so I just had a short stroll around...More

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Reviewed 1 June 2018

If you're not familiar with the Scottish Colorists you should take this opportunity to discover them. Fergusson was one of four friends who painted in the first half of the 20th century. They were obviously influenced by the post-impressionists. Many of Fergusson's works are striking,...More

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Reviewed 31 May 2018 via mobile

The works of this lesser known artist are displayed in a former utility building which makes an ideal backdrop. Well worth a visit!

Thank JHReading
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Reviewed 29 May 2018

I didn t know Ferguson at all. Really liked his work. Beautiful portraits. I recommend this gallery .

Thank 514france
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Reviewed 24 May 2018 via mobile

An interest little museum focused mainly on J D Ferguson. It's well worth a visit for the building alone which was the local waterworks. Entry is free you can make a donation if you wish.

Thank john f
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Reviewed 21 May 2018

Ferguson impressed me with his early work portraying ladies. Less impressed with later stylised work. But variety is the spice as they say. Bought a small print. Staff charming helpful and knowledgeable. Recommended.

Thank SteveELk
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Reviewed 3 April 2018

Free to look around - very interesting, excellent collection and history for the artist. Good contextualisation opportunity for all artists and fans of art.

Thank Endymion B
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Reviewed 29 March 2018

Temporary gallery + reception + shop greet you as you enter this extraordinary building, whilst the first floor is devoted to the interesting life and works of J D Fergusson; there is also a separate gallery on the ground floor devoted to archive material and...More

1  Thank WharfRatNewbury
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