WORK by one of Scotland's most iconic artists is now hanging on the walls of a Peebles gallery.

An exhibition featuring limited edition Giclee prints by Jack Vettriano opened at Tweeddale Museum and Gallery on Saturday.

And art lovers are already flocking to see some the Fife artist's most famous paintings.

An excited Phoebe Stewart, who is assistant curator for Tweeddale Museum & Gallery, told us: "I am thrilled to be showcasing and curating an exhibition of limited edition Vettriano works.

“This is an extraordinary collection and I hope visitors will enjoy the broad range of works we have on display in the gallery.”

Born in Fife in 1951, Vettriano began painting at the age of 21.

For more than 20 years his paintings have enjoyed worldwide acclaim and he is now regarded as one the most well-loved contemporary painters of our time.

Vettriano's work is romantic and timeless, with a nostalgic, almost cinematic feel.

The Tweeddale Museum & Gallery exhibition features Giclee print works - a fine art digital process combining pigment based inks with high quality paper to achieve prints of superior archival quality, light fastness and stability, perfectly suited to Vettriano’s vibrant style.

The display, which runs until November 24, is also being featured as part of the Creative Peebles Festival’s Open Galleries Evenings later this month.

During the festival other galleries, studios workshops and retail outlets will open in the evenings to showcase the extraordinary wealth of visual arts and crafts created in and around Peebles.