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Fraser Gallery St Andrews

Fraser Gallery is based in the heart of St Andrews, and boasts a unique and diverse collection of Scottish contemporary art. The artists represented are amongst the most sought after and collectable in Scotland and include Francis Boag, Jack Morrocco, Marj Bond, Colin Brown, Malcolm Cheape, David Mackie Cook, Joe Fan, Alberto Morrocco, and Simon Laurie, John Kingsley, amongst others.

Housed in a series of intimate rooms, with extensive hanging space, the gallery occupies the whole of the ground floor of a traditional 16th century merchant’s townhouse in St Andrews, Scotland.

Art dealers since 1862, the gallery is now under the direction of the fourth generation of the Fraser family

St Andrews

United Kingdom
Address:
53 South Street
KY16 9QR
Phone: 01334 479647
Website: www.frasergallery.co.uk


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Artists Represented

Alberto Morrocco, Francis Boag, Simon Laurie, Marj Bond, Francis Boag, Robert MacMillan, David Mackie Cook, John Kingsley etc,.


Sample Art Work (6)

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Current Exhibitions

Summer Exhibition of new works by some of the best of Scottish Contemporary Artists.


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Exhibition of new works by Robert MacMillan (September 2009).


Previous Exhibitions

Francis Boag Retrospective (September 2008) and Malcolm Cheape (June 2009)


Contact-Directors/Staff

Louise A Fraser


Opening Times

Monday - Friday 10.30am til 6.00pm
Saturday 10.30am til 5.30pm
Sunday 12noon til 4.00pm