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Wrecking Ball

Wrecking Ball woodcut and cardboard print

Note from the artist: This print is part of the collection Wank!, a series of six posters for various sources - such as essays, video clips, movies or performances - all dealing with the taboo subject of female masturbation. Acting like a curator of these references, I aim to highlight that any attempt to represent feminine masturbation through a feminist eye still finds its limits where a branded masculine interpretation of feminine sexuality starts.

Campistron, Dominique

Wood Scene

Wood scene near Sevenoaks, Kent. From "A Treatise on Landscape Painting and Effect in Watercolours: from the first rudiments to the finished picture: with examples in Outline, Effect, and Colouring", first published in London by S & J Fuller in 1814, republished in 1840.

Cox, David

Winter landscape

This item was lost in the fire in The Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School of Art on 23rd May 2014. Country track under snow; possibly near Pinwherry, Ayrshire.

Alison, Henry Young

Winter at Muckbrig

This item was lost in the fire in The Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School of Art on 23rd May 2014. Winter landscape with cottage under snow. Location: Pinwherry, Ayrshire.

Alison, Henry Young

Windmill

Windmill with labourers in foreground. From "A Treatise on Landscape Painting and Effect in Watercolours: from the first rudiments to the finished picture: with examples in Outline, Effect, and Colouring", first published in London by S & J Fuller in 1814, republished in 1840.

Cox, David

Water Mill

Study of Water Mill. From "A Treatise on Landscape Painting and Effect in Watercolours: from the first rudiments to the finished picture: with examples in Outline, Effect, and Colouring", first published in London by S & J Fuller in 1814, republished in 1840.

Cox, David

Washerwoman

This item was lost in the fire in The Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School of Art on 23rd May 2014. Study of washerwoman. Verso: Presented to the Glasgow School of Art by Prof. Maurice Greiffenhagen LLD/3rd, April 1930.

Greiffenhagen, Maurice

Wall hanging designed for The Dug-Out, Willow Tea Rooms, Glasgow

This item was lost in the fire in The Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School of Art on 23rd May 2014. The canvas relates to smaller watercolours in the Hunterian collection, formerly thought to be textile designs, and to their painted canvas, 'The Little Hills' by Margaret Macdonald. It is likely that they were intended for 'The Dug-Out', though it is not known whether they were ever installed there. Jessie Newbery recalled in 1933, that 'He (Mackintosh) and his wife spent the winter of 1914 painting two large decorations for Miss Cranston'. This would have been in Suffolk, after they had left Glasgow. Although The Dug-Out was not created till 1917-18 it is not unlikely that Miss Cranston was considering the project some years earlier. The canvas was found in the GSA in a single roll in 1981 and was cleaned and mounted on two stretchers.

Mackintosh, Charles Rennie

Wall hanging designed for The Dug-Out, Willow Tea Rooms, Glasgow

This item was lost in the fire in The Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School of Art on 23rd May 2014. The canvas relates to smaller watercolours in the Hunterian collection, formerly thought to be textile designs, and to their painted canvas, 'The Little Hills' by Margaret Macdonald. It is likely that they were intended for 'The Dug-Out', though it is not known whether they were ever installed there. Jessie Newbery recalled in 1933, that 'He (Mackintosh) and his wife spent the winter of 1914 painting two large decorations for Miss Cranston'. This would have been in Suffolk, after they had left Glasgow. Although The Dug-Out was not created till 1917-18 it is not unlikely that Miss Cranston was considering the project some years earlier. The canvas was found in the GSA in a single roll in 1981 and was cleaned and mounted on two stretchers.

Mackintosh, Charles Rennie

View on the Barmouth Road N.W

Study of cottage in North Wales. From "A Treatise on Landscape Painting and Effect in Watercolours: from the first rudiments to the finished picture: with examples in Outline, Effect, and Colouring", first published in London by S & J Fuller in 1814, republished in 1840.

Cox, David

View of part of Battle Abbey, Sussex

View of Battle Abbey with sheep grazing in foreground. From "A Treatise on Landscape Painting and Effect in Watercolours: from the first rudiments to the finished picture: with examples in Outline, Effect, and Colouring", first published in London by S & J Fuller in 1814, republished in 1840.

Cox, David

View in Surrey

Landscape with farmhouse. From "A Treatise on Landscape Painting and Effect in Watercolours: from the first rudiments to the finished picture: with examples in Outline, Effect, and Colouring", first published in London by S & J Fuller in 1814, republished in 1840.

Cox, David

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