If you're interested in Scottish art, head for the Fergusson Gallery, which displays some 6,000 works by Scottish artist J. D. Fergusson (1874-1961). He is acclaimed as one of the best watercolorists in the country, and his Scottish scenes are widely produced on postcards and calendars. In the paintings Princess Street Gardens and The White Dress, you see the muted colors of his early portraits and landscapes. Later, as he was more inspired by Fauvism, his work became more vibrant and luminous, evidenced by Cassis from the West and Sails at Royan. His female nudes, however, always generate the most excitement, especially Danu, Mother of the Gods; The Parasol; and Bathers in Green. The Red Dress (1950) is very evocative of Glasgow scenes.