The show features a collection of pictures by the Scottish painter and sculptor, and her husband William ‘Spanish’ Macdonald (1883-1960).
A brief engagement with the avant-garde, compositions inspired by travel and portraiture of the 1920s-30s are among her works on offer.
Macdonald is represented mainly by the work he produced while in Spain.
The show also includes works by their friends and contemporaries that the pair collected.
It runs until June 25.
Harvey and Woodd is located on Edinburgh’s Dundas Street and formed earlier this year when husband-and-wife team James and Flora Harvey of Wiltshire joined forces with long-established Scottish dealer Anthony Woodd (see ATG No 2526).