A CELEBRATION OF GLASGOW
Saturday 19th July to Sunday 3rd August 2014, from 11.00am to 5.00pm daily.
It is appropriate that we take time to celebrate Glasgow, particularly as we welcome visitors from across the world to Glasgow over the period of the XX Commonwealth Games, Glasgow 2014.
Please feel free to come and see the show at your convenience.
The paintings listed below are a cross-representation of the available paintings as there will be around 200 Glasgow paintings at the show. If you wish to reserve or purchase one of these paintings, please call 0141 942 4683.
Press the link below to see a copy of our Show Catalogue, which shows a selection of paintings from the show.
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The Commonwealth of Glasgow
This is a historically important study. It records Chisnall's overview of Glasgow history with 62 separately presented features, which offer his insight into Glasgow's great history.
The image is already present as postcards and cards in many card shops across Glasgow.
Edward Chisnall (b 1941) Studied GSA from 1960 to 1965.
Chisnall is a painter, author and radio broadcaster and is a renowned Glasgow Historian.
He has kindly agreed to do a talk and then discussion on Celebrating Glasgow on Saturday 26th July from 1.30pm to 2.30pm.
Please feel free to come along and learn about your city and ask relevant questions.
His depth of knowledge and stories about Glasgow are fascinating. You will be entertained.
(Great Grandaughter of Fra and Jessie Newbery. Fra commissioned the building of the Glasgow Art School by Charles Rennie Mackintosh)
The original dress featured was handed down through the family and features an embroidered Macintosh rose.
Graphite and Gouache on Paper
63cm x 44cm