National Galleries of Scotland

These cards are reproduced from the extensive archive of woodcut prints held by the National Galleries of Scotland in Edinburgh.

The National Galleries of Scotland looks after one of the world's finest collections of Western art ranging from the Middle Ages to the present day. The collection is among the best in the world, and is housed in three Galleries across Edinburgh. In the heart of the city the Scottish National Gallery is home to an outstanding array of fine art, featuring international masterpieces, including works by Raphael, Vermeer and Monet, as well as the world’s greatest collection of Scottish art. Located an iconic red sandstone neo-gothic palace, The Scottish National Portrait Gallery lets you come face to face with Scotland past and present through portraits of those who have shaped the nation. Situated in the West End of Edinburgh, the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art is a must-see venue for modern and contemporary art, including outdoor sculpture set in extensive parkland.

These cards are 140mm x 170mm, are printed on FSC certified felt board and the image area is embossed. 

They are packed with a buff coloured envelope in a biodegradable cello sleeve.

Trade customers: cards are packed and sold in 6s

Tulips Woodcut by Mabel Royds
Bullfinches Woodcut by Allen William Seaby
Tiger Lilies Woodcut by Mabel Royds (1874-1941)
Honeysuckle Woodcut by Mabel Royds (1874-1941)
White Lilies Woodcut by Mabel Royds (1874-1941)
Water Lilies Woodcut by Mabel Royds (1874-1941)
Artichoke Woodcut by Mabel Royds (1874-1941)
Magnolia Woodcut by Mabel Royds (1874-1941)
Loch Duich (1934) Woodcut by Ian Cheyne 1895-1955
Highland Cattle by Edward Bawden
Hare in Snow/Bullfinches From prints by A W Seaby
Magnolia/White Lilies from woodcut prints by Mabel Royds (1874-1941)