Item DC 078/2 - Printed page of photographs featuring female students

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DC 078/2


Printed page of photographs featuring female students


  • 1934 (Creation)

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Printed page featuring three scanned black and white photographs. Top left depicts five women, likely GSA students, posed and smiling on a set of stairs; top right depicts two women wearing artists smocks stood next to a plaster bust; bottom right depicts fifteen women, likely students, and one man, likely their teacher, posed on the same stairs. The page is captioned ‘Diploma June 12th 1934 in Design & Decorative Art GSC’.

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(fl 1930-1934)

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Jeanne Wilson, born 25 June 1912, studied as a day student at the Glasgow School of Art from 1930-1934. According to the general register, Wilson studied Painting and Drawing in her first year and subsequently studied Design. During this period, her local authority is listed as Chapelton. In 1934, she was awarded a diploma in Design and Decorative Arts.

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Black and white print on photographic paper, black pen ink.

Dimensions: A4 (297 x 210 mm)

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