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The Fergusson Gallery

Marshall Place, Perth PH2 8NS, Scotland
+44 1738 783425
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An excellent presentation of the work of a local artist who was a significant figure in the great days of late c.19, ear

Fergusson and his very talented companion Mary Morris were very important in their long lives. He... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Anthony B
A Stunning Gem

Opposite the River Tay is this wonderful gallery housed in a beautiful, old rotunda shaped tower... read more

Reviewed 24 February 2017
Jean A
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Marshall Place, Perth PH2 8NS, Scotland
+44 1738 783425
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Fergusson and his very talented companion Mary Morris were very important in their long lives. He added a very large dose of what was happening in Paris to the ferment of the Scottish colourists and this gallery, set in the old waterworks, presents the story...More

Thank Anthony B
Reviewed 24 February 2017 via mobile

Opposite the River Tay is this wonderful gallery housed in a beautiful, old rotunda shaped tower once belonging to Perth's water authority. Situated on 2 floors and with a handsome resource library, this is home to the works of a great painter J D Fergusson...More

Thank Jean A
Reviewed 20 February 2017

An interesting venue for a gallery in that it is round. The paintings and drawings were very nicely arranged and there was lots of information to guide you through. Good toilets as well - very clean.

Thank DavidandKath2014
Reviewed 14 February 2017

Takes a short walk from the centre of town along the bank of the mighty Tay to get here. Doable in an hour or so. If you are into architecture, worth a look as this 'rotunda' building is one of the earliest cast iron buildings...More

Thank roybennett
Reviewed 19 January 2017

Kept my attention. Not at all boring. Interesting aspect of life of artists who travelled around a lot.

Thank Alan K
Reviewed 22 December 2016

Housed in an unusual building. Fine for a short visit although I daresay Fergusson and Morris officionados might want to linger longer. As an ex- civil engineer I found the story of the restoration (on the stairwell walls) an interesting diversion. Fits in well with...More

Thank dibble2016
Reviewed 21 October 2016

Nice little gallery friendly staff and a warm welcome was had its right by river across road on the corner

Thank Mark C
Reviewed 12 October 2016

This gallery is devoted to the works of John D Fergusson and his partner Margaret Morris. We received a warm welcome from the ladies on the desk as we entered and given useful information about the gallery. There are two circular galleries. The one downstairs...More

Thank Edmund R
Reviewed 1 October 2016

A small gallery focusing on the paintings of Fergusson. The gallery is in a former rotunda. Does not take long to view the exhibits.

Thank Isobel D
Reviewed 27 July 2016

A beautiful presented exhibition of Ferguson's work and his talented partner Margaret Morris. The two pleasant ladies who greet you on entering the interesting building, are both due a mention for their pleasantness.

Thank denis45tsylor
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