Lyon & Turnbull’s Scottish Paintings & Sculpture specialists host two auctions per year from our Scottish auction house based in Edinburgh. Successfully selling around 90% of Scottish Colourist works handled in the last eight years, a record unmatched by our competitors – selling Scottish art in Scotland has always been a Lyon & Turnbull lynchpin. Our specialists are experts not only on the works of Scottish artists, but also on the workings of the art market, and it is this combination that fuels our on-going success in the field.
Our Scottish Paintings & Sculpture auctions feature work from the 18th to the 20th century, from the Romantic landscapes of Alexander Nasmyth and portraiture of Allan Ramsay and Sir Henry Raeburn, to the highly collectable works of Joan Eardley and Anne Redpath. All Scottish Art movements are represented, including the Glasgow Boys, the Edinburgh School and, of course, the Scottish Colourists: Peploe, Fergusson, Hunter and Cadell.
With over 150 years combined experience and a dynamic approach to marketing we consistently achieve results we are proud of. Our database of buyers includes the most significant collectors of Scottish art, and our international reach ensures that Scots and art lovers in other countries are kept informed of the best collecting opportunities.
We can prove that Scottish art sells best in Scotland. Contact us today to find out more.
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At Lyon & Turnbull we want to make buying at auction, either in the saleroom or online as easy and enjoyable as possible. With both specialists and client services available across a wide range of locations so whatever your interest or query we are always on hand to help.
Holding approximately 30 auctions per annum, we combine personal, one-to-one service with a team of internationally experienced specialists selling antiques and art at auction can be easy. Our team are on hand to assist at every stage, keeping you up-to-date throughout the process from initial valuation to settlement.