Tens of thousands of masterpieces from the national galleries of Scotland are available online.

The National Galleries of Scotland (NGS) have completed the reconstruction of the website and laid out in full access the digitized collection of their masterpieces. Thus, the institute joined the galaxy of the world's leading museums, which open their collections to everyone. The collection includes masterpieces of famous artists, such as Botticelli, Titian, Turner, Matisse, Gauguin, Degas, Van Gogh, Magritte and more.Thanks to new properties and opportunities, exploring the NGS treasury is now easier than ever.Threatening weatherRene Magritte1929, 54 × 73 cm

From now on, Internet users can freely download pictures of works from the collections of the National Galleries of Scotland, which have over 95 thousand items. The new site with an intuitive interface contains about 40 thousand high-resolution images, including all the most significant works. The remaining images are scheduled to be published on the Internet over the next five years.
The national galleries of Scotland own the works of such masters as Titian and Botticelli, drawings by Leonardo da Vinci, a selection of watercolors by William Turner, paintings by Vincent Van Gogh, Edgar Degas, Paul Gauguin, Henri Matisse, René Magritte, Paul Delvo, Max Ernst, Pablo Picaus Nicass, René Magritte, Paul Delvaux, Max Ernst, Pablo Picaus Nicass, René Magritte, Paul Delvo, Max Ernst, Pablo Picaus, Niccais, René Magritte, Paul Delvaux, Max Ernst, Pablo Picasse, Max Ernst, Pablo Picasse, René Magritte, Paul Delvo, Max Ernst, Pablo Piclo, Nicolas, René Magritte, Paul Delvo, Max Ernst, Pablo Picaus, Rena Magritte, Paul Delvo, Max Ernst, Pablo Picass, René Magritte, Paul Delgo, Max Ernst, Pablo Picas. others.
Left: Sandro Botticelli, "Madonna in Front of the Sleeping Malden" (c. 1485). National Gallery of Scotland

Paradise, SussexJosef Mallord William Turner 1790th, 19.6 × 26.9 cmBefore the performanceEdgar Degas1898, 47.6 × 62.5 cmRead also: The Metropolitan Museum gives free access to 375 thousand imagesOlive trees: bright blue skyVincent Van Gogh1889, 49 × 63 cmTram StreetPaul Delvo1939, 90.3 × 131.3 cmFor the convenience of visitors, paintings are collected in groups, for example, "impressionism", "Italian Renaissance", "surrealism", as well as through galleries (Scottish National and National Portrait Galleries, National Galleries of Modern Art, etc.) and individual masters. Photos can be shared on social networks and scaled up to the consideration of individual strokes. Most of the pictures can be downloaded for free.Princess Elizabeth and Princess Anna, daughters of Charles I Antonis van Dijk 1637, 29.8 × 41.8 cm. Also read: The largest private collector of Rembrandt and the old Dutch laid out the digitized collection online.Lady Agni LohnoJohn Singer Sargent1893, 124.5 × 99.7 cm

The search function has been improved - now it gives not only detailed information about the masters and each work, but also other relevant materials, including related works, features, current and past exhibitions, events and so on.
Left: Henri Matisse, “The Painting Lesson” (1919). Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

Poplars on Epteklod Monet1889, 81.8 × 81.3 cmRead also: The National Museum of Sweden published 3000 paintings in high resolutionMarne in ShenevièreCamille Pissarro1865, 91.5 × 145.5 cmThe site is fully integrated with a new online store where you can buy prints of your favorite works from the national collection of Scotland to decorate the walls of your home or office. Here you can order more than 25 thousand high-quality posters in different styles and sizes.The monarch of the mountain valley Edwin Henry Landseer 1851, 165.8 × 171.2 cm The “Support” section contains information on how the public can participate in the galleries. Here you can learn about the different options for membership in "groups of friends" or help save the works of art for the nation. About the recent successful campaign to acquire the cult painting of Edward Landsir "Monarch of the Mountain Valley" (1851) "Arthive" told in one of the digests. A concise and simple section "Visit" will help visitors - there is information for those who are not familiar with the location of galleries and exhibits in each of them.JealousyEdvard Munch1896, 47 × 56.5 cm “We are very pleased to announce the completion of the site reconstruction. It will serve as a fantastic window for exploring our world-class collection and will open it to everyone: both those who want to enjoy art slowly and those who conduct academic research, ”said John Leighton, general director of the National Galleries of Scotland. Read us in Telegram and See Instagram on materials Main illustration: Paul Gauguin, a fragment of the painting "The Vision after the Sermon, or Jacob's Fight with the Angel" (1888)