The Scottish National Picture Exhibition is a workmanship historical center on Ruler Road, Edinburgh. The exhibition holds the national accumulations of representations, which are all of, however not really by, Scots. It likewise holds the Scottish National Photography Gathering.
Since 1889 it has been housed in its red sandstone Gothic recovery building, composed by Robert Rowand Anderson and worked in the vicinity of 1885 and 1890, gave by John Ritchie Findlay, proprietor of The Scotsman daily paper. The exhibition revived on 1 December 2011 subsequent to being shut since April 2009 for the principal thorough renovation in its history, which was completed by Page\Park Draftsmen