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Adam Bruce Thomson (1885-1976) was one of the most quietly impactful Scottish artists of his generation – a versatile painter, skilled printmaker and dedicated teacher. In this illustrated lecture, Dr Helen Scott traces the little-known story of Thomson’s life and career, exploring key artworks and considering his long-term legacy.

Dr Helen Scott is Curator of Fine Art at the City Art Centre, and author of the new book Adam Bruce Thomson: The Quiet Path (Sansom & Co, 2024).

Down the Quiet Path: In Search of Adam Bruce Thomson