Chairman of the Fleming-Wyfold Art Foundation, Rory Fleming, and Director, James Knox, have announced on behalf of the trustees that the Foundation is launching a ‘museum without walls’ strategy to build on its role as the ambassador for Scottish art and artists outside Scotland. Following the sale of the Fleming’s merchant bank in 2000, the Foundation was established by members of the Fleming family with the aim of furthering the understanding and fame of Scottish art outside Scotland through exhibitions, education and publishing. The Foundation also owns one of the finest collections of Scottish art outside institutions and currently runs the Fleming Collection gallery in Mayfair, London. As part of the new strategy, the gallery in Mayfair will close at the end of March 2016, freeing the Foundation to focus resources on

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