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Michael Bath. Renaissance Decorative Painting in Scotland. National Museums of Scotland. 2003. 286pp.

Robert Brydall. Art in Scotland: Its Origin and Progress. Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons. 1889. 483pp.

James L. Caw. Scottish Painting, Past and Present, 1620-1908. Edinburgh: T. C. and E. C. Jack. 1908. 503pp.

Stanley Cursiter. Scottish Art to the Close of the Nineteenth Century. New York: Chanticleer Press. 1949. 134pp.

J. D. Fergusson. Modern Scottish Painting. Glasgow: William Maclellan. 1943. 151pp.

Ian Finlay. Art in Scotland. Oxford University Press. 1948. 180pp.

Jonathan Friday. Art and Enlightenment: Scottish Aesthetics in the Eighteenth Century. Imprint Academic. 2004. 212pp.

William R. Hardie. Scottish Painting: 1837 to the Present. Sterling Publishing. 1991. 224pp.

George Henderson; Isabel Henderson. Art of the Picts: Sculpture and Metalwork in Early Medieval Scotland. Thames & Hudson. 2004. 256pp.

Murdo Macdonald. Scottish Art. Thames & Hudson. 2000. 224pp.

Duncan Macmillan. Scottish Art, 1460-1990. Mainstream. 1990. 432pp.

Peter J. M. McEwan. Dictionary of Scottish Art & Architecture: Architects, Artists, Ceramic, Jewellery and Textile Designers, Illustrators, Masons, Academics, Associations and Movements. Antique Collectors' Club. 1994. 626pp.

John Morrison. Painting the Nation: Identity and Nationalism in Scottish Painting, 1800-1920. Edinburgh University Press. 2003. 256pp.

Tom Normand. The Modern Scot: Modernism and Nationalism in Scottish Art, 1928-1955. Ashgate Publishing. 2000. 195pp.

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