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Exhibitions

Part bijou Kiefer, part woozy Vuillard: the paintings of Andrew Cranston

This small, captivating show at Ingleby Gallery in Edinburgh is made up of ten melancholic paintings of great textural richness

20 February 2016

9:00 AM

20 February 2016

9:00 AM

Andrew Cranston: paintings from a room

Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh, until 26 March

The ten vignettes that punctuate the white walls of the Ingleby Gallery invite us to step into the many-chambered mind of Andrew Cranston. These densely textured and patterned figurative scenes of obscure meaning enthrall, drawing the viewer into a peculiar realm of fantasy where tortoises crawl for ever and infants abandon their toys to stare out of viewless windows.

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