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Aberdeen Art Gallery is the main visual arts exhibition space in the city of Aberdeen, Scotland. It was founded in 1884, in a building designed by Alexander Marshall Mackenzie. In 1900 it received the art collection of Alexander Macdonald, a local granite merchant.  
The gallery is noted for its fine collection of modern Scottish and international art, including works by
Ken Currie, Gilbert & George, Ivor Abrahams, Bridget Riley and Bruce McLean.
The permanent collection includes 18th-century works by
Henry Raeburn, William Hogarth, Allan Ramsay and Joshua Reynolds, and 20th-century works by Paul Nash and Francis Bacon, , the  Post-Impressionists and the Scottish Colourists, as well as applied arts and crafts.
The central hall is supported by
granite columns in a variety of colours, derived from different quarries in the local area and far beyond.
At the western end of the building, with a room inside and a monument outside, is a major
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Coordinates: 57°08′54″N 2°06′09″W / 57.1482°N 2.1024°W