Scotland had more than one Robert Burns. The one I am interested in is an art nouveau artist. Robert Burns (1869-1941) was born in Edinburgh, studied in London and Paris, and was influenced in his art by travels in North Africa. His panel painting Diana and Her Nymphs (1926) is one of my favourite exhibits at the National Gallery of Scotland. The panel was created as part of the ambitious first floor decoration for Crawford’s Tea Rooms at 70 Princes Street, Edinburgh. Now, find how many leopards there are hidden in the panel?