The Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum is a unique resource within the City of Stirling and bequests of fixed amounts of money from your estate could greatly increase the scope of the Museum's activities. Additionally, bequests of specific items would be much appreciated.

We are indebted to many individuals who have already left a gift in their Will, enabling us to carry on our work of inspiring present and future generations and enriching the collection. As a non-profit organisation, the Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum relies on a variety of funding sources to support and develop the enormous collection and fulfil its many commitments.

A Legacy Fund has been established which is intended to benefit the Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum, and is separate and distinct from any other funding provided.

A legacy is a way of acknowledging the pleasure that the Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum has given you and many other visitors. Your gift ensures that we continue to connect the people of the past with the generations of the future. There are many ways you can give to the Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum that will have a major and positive lasting effect:

A Triest Flower Girl, Jean François Portaels (1818 - 1895)

The Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum is a unique resource within the City of Stirling and bequests of fixed amounts of money from your estate could greatly increase the scope of the Museum's activities. Additionally, bequests of specific items would be much appreciated.

We are indebted to many individuals who have already left a gift in their Will, enabling us to carry on our work of inspiring present and future generations and enriching the collection. As a non-profit organisation, the Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum relies on a variety of funding sources to support and develop the enormous collection and fulfil its many commitments.

A Legacy Fund has been established which is intended to benefit the Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum, and is separate and distinct from any other funding provided.

A legacy is a way of acknowledging the pleasure that the Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum has given you and many other visitors. Your gift ensures that we continue to connect the people of the past with the generations of the future. There are many ways you can give to the Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum that will have a major and positive lasting effect:

Flower Study By Margart Gilmour (1860-1942)

Crail, William York MacGregor (1855-1923)

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Chinese Porcelain teapot, 18th century