Who Am I?

Open Tuesday - Sunday | 10am - 5pm 10am - 5pmFree with an Annual Pass (£5 / Free under 18s and registered carers)

A range of portraits of local people, artists, royalty, and the aristocracy from the Scarborough Collection.

Exploring the role of portraiture in art, the exhibition also features a portrait of the Scarborough hotelier and art collector Tom Laughton by Bruce Turner (1894-1963). Laughton donated several of the portraits to Scarborough Art Gallery, including that of the French Empress Eugenie.

The earliest painting in the show will be a late 16th century portrait of an unknown man by an unknown artist, donated to the collection in 2022.

Opening Times
Tuesday – Sunday | 10am – 5pm

Last entry 4.30pm

Admission Prices
£5 Annual Pass – admission to both Scarborough Art Gallery and the Rotunda Museum

Free – Under 18s and registered carers.

This exhibition is located on the first floor of the gallery. There are 23 steps to this floor and at the moment we do not have a lift to access this level.

Toilets are located on the first floor and are accessed via the stairs. There is an accessible toilet next door, a short distance away, at Woodend Gallery and Studios.

 

For visitors unable to access the exhibition, you are invited to watch this short video of the gallery space: Watch the Who Am I? video.