Against the Light, Deeper Twilight The artist in her studio

Forthcoming Exhibitions and Events

Light on the Landscape: New Works on Paper

Works developed from the invited artist residency at Dumfries House in 2015. The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh, 5th to 29th October 2016. For further details contact The Scottish Gallery.

The exhibition page is now online on The Scottish Gallery website - Victoria Crowe, Light on the Landscape.


A collaboration with opera singer Matthew Rose. There will be a performance at the Benjamin Britten studios in Aldeburgh on the 20th January 2017 and at the Wigmore Hall, London, on 15th February 2017. Matthew Rose will be singing the Schubert lieder with a projected animated sequence based on Victoria Crowe's winter paintings providing a parallel Winter Journey. There will be a subsequent performance in Scotland (venue to be confirmed).

Leathersellers Tapestry

January 2017 will see the installation of the final two walls of the tapestry designed by Victoria for the new hall of The Worshipful Company of Leathersellers in the City of London (architect Eric Parry RA). At 40 metres long it is the largest tapestry to be woven at the Dovecot Studios, Edinburgh.


Victoria Crowe by Duncan Macmillan

The first complete monograph on Victoria Crowe has been written by Duncan Macmillan. For further information see the links page or view some sample pages from the book.

About the artist

Victoria Crowe studied at Kingston School of Art and the Royal College of Art, London, before being invited to join Edinburgh College of Art in 1968, where she taught drawing and painting until 1998.

Over the last 35 years Victoria Crowe, one of Scotland’s leading painters, has established herself as a painter whose work is instantly recognisable. While the full range of her painting covers landscape, still lifes, portraits, self-portraits and interiors, much of her work defies such precise categorisation.

She has been described as ‘one of the most vital and original figurative painters currently at work in Scotland’.

Her work is represented in a large number of public and private collections. She lives and works in the Scottish Borders and Venice.