Staff at The Hunterian were delighted to hear from an old friend this week.
Joan Eardley’s Seated Boy has been allocated to The Hunterian under the Cultural Gifts Scheme. The Hunterian is the first Scottish museum and art gallery to be given a work under the scheme introduced by the UK Government in 2013.
The Hunterian is lending 24 of its famous Glasgow Boys works to a major international exhibition in the Netherlands.
The May edition of the Museums Journal features an interview with Hunterian Director Professor David Gaimster about The Hunterian at Kelvin Hall.
One of the most important drawings in The Hunterian collection has been reproduced on the cover of the spring edition of Turner Society News.
A new display at The Hunterian Art Gallery has uncovered a fascinating mystery – a painting of a famous actress which has been missing for over 100 years.
A new exhibition at The Hunterian brings into focus the enduring legacy of the radical liberal arts institution, Black Mountain College (North Carolina 1933-1957).
Our highly successful Mackintosh Architecture exhibition is now on view at the Royal Institute of British Architects Gallery, 66 Portland Place, London.
The Hunterian has recently received a special donation of several African artefacts which are already being used for teaching and research.
A fascinating and rather enigmatic new acquisition is now on permanent display at the Hunterian Art Gallery.
A new exhibition at The Hunterian will offer rare insight into the creative process of Scottish artist Duncan Shanks, highlighting his rich body of work.
A new exhibition at The Hunterian will reveal one of the UK’s most important collections of books printed in the 15th century or ‘incunabula’.
A network co-ordinated by The Hunterian's Dr Maria Economou has been awarded a £19,875 research network grant by the Royal Society of Edinburgh.
Professor David Gaimster has been appointed to the board of new body Historic Environment Scotland (HES).
Researchers from the University of Glasgow have been awarded over £1 million for collections research.
A species of marine reptile that lived around 170 million years ago has been identified from fossils found on the Isle of Skye.
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