A double portrait by the celebrated Edinburgh painter Cecile Walton is the highlight of a new exhibition on view at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery this spring. The painting joined nearly 50 paintings, drawings and photographs in Collecting Now, for a celebration of some of the modern works which have recently entered the Gallery collection, many of which are shown for the first time. Highlights of the exhibition are works by influential photographers Eve Arnold, Viviane Sassen and David Peat, and portraits of key Scottish figures like poet Edwin Morgan and actor Alan Cumming. A key acquisition from the recent year is the large painting Eric Robertson (1887-1941), artist, with Mary Newbery (1890-1985) completed in 1912 by Cecile

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