Ulster Museum show marks artist William Scott's centenary
A major exhibition of work by the internationally acclaimed British painter William Scott is drawing art fans to the Ulster Museum.
The William Scott exhibition is the culmination of celebrations held across the UK and in the USA to mark the centenary of his birth. It covers all periods of his career from the early 1930s to the 1980s.
Scott, who lived in Fermanagh as a child, studied at Belfast College of Art. He is considered one of the leading painters of his generation.
The exhibition runs until February 2, 2014. For information visit www.nmni.com