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Papers of James Cosgrove

  • DC 111
  • Collection
  • 1968-2020

Collection includes artworks and sketchbooks made by Jimmy Cosgrove as a student at the Glasgow School of Art; while working as a Tutor and the Director of the Glasgow School of Art; and afterwards, including work relating to the House for an Art Lover, and documenting travels across Europe, North America, and Mexico.

Cosgrove, James

Records relating to Dugald Cameron

  • DC 091
  • Collection
  • c1960-2013

This collection comprises predominantly student work undertaken by Dugald Cameron whilst studying at The Glasgow School of Art between 1957-1963.

In addition it contains the following publications:

  • Dugald Cameron Industrial Designer
  • No. 602 (City of Glasgow) Squadron Royal Auxiliary Air Force
  • From the Karoo to the Kelvin
  • Personal Passions (exhibition catalogue)

Please note that this material is not yet fully catalogued and therefore some items may not be accessible to researchers.

Cameron, Dugald

Pattern designs

15 painted pattern designs featuring floral, organic, and geometric motifs, including one book cover design for 'Gulliver's Travels' by Jonathan Swift. Most of these designs are likely intended for use in wallpaper, textiles, or graphics, and attached to black backing paper. Some include annotations of student registration no. ("No. 71") and signed "Gerard Murphy."

Murphy, Gerard V

Plant study drawings

A series of watercolour drawings featuring plant subjects (namely Anemone, Holly, Lilly, and Violet flowers) and a folder for storing the paintings. Half of the items have been signed "G. Murphy, No. 71", and one drawing has been annotated.

Murphy, Gerard V

Material relating to Gerard V Murphy, former GSA student

  • DC 084
  • Collection
  • c1929-1943

A variety of drawings and graphic designs created by Gerard V. Murphy, a former student at The Glasgow School of Art in the 1930s. The diverse subjects of his drawings include animals, plants, architecture, human anatomy and figures. A subfonds titled 'Teaching examples' features his teaching materials as an art teacher at schools, intended for printmaking techniques and pattern design education.

Most items have been marked with his name or student registration numbers, assuming they were created during his time as a student at GSA. The dominant materials in his works are pencil and watercolour, worked on cartridge paper.

Some of this material was damaged in the fire in GSA's Mackintosh Building on 23rd May 2014. Paper conservation was completed in 2019.

Murphy, Gerard V

Material related to Georges-Marie Baltus

A variety of photographs comprising artworks completed by Georges-Marie Baltus and images of his Italian and European tours from his personal memories. Some of these items are dated to his time as a lecturer at The Glasgow School of Art.

Baltus, Georges-Marie

Photographs of artworks

A variety of photographs of different artworks completed by Georges-Marie Baltus. Some of these items are dated to his time as a lecturer in Belgium, several years after he left Glasgow.

Baltus, Georges-Marie

Illuminated calligraphy sample

Illuminated calligraphed sample, mounted on board. Annotation on lower right of image attributes the design and execution to Dorothy Doddrell.

Originally located inside folder: Item DC 094/1/3/10 - Folder of calligraphic life studies

Doddrell, Dorothy Maria F

Print of 'Mary Kept All These Things in Her Heart' by Robert Anning Bell

Print of 'Mary Kept All These Things in Her Heart' by Robert Anning Bell. Signature on reverse attributes the possession of the print to Dorothy Doddrell. Annotation in the lower corners states that the piece is published by The Medici Society, London and printed in England.

Located inside folder: Item DC 094/1/3/10 - Folder of calligraphic life studies

Bell, Robert Anning

Painting sample

Painting sample on brown paper, depicting soldier on horseback. Small annotation in lower left corner of painting of 'ISRL'.

Located inside folder: Item DC 094/1/3/10 - Folder of calligraphic life studies

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Illuminated calligraphy sample

Illuminated calligraphed sample, mounted on board. Annotation in lower right corner attributes the design and execution to Dorothy Doddrell.

Originally located inside folder: Item DC 094/1/3/10 - Folder of calligraphic life studies

Doddrell, Dorothy Maria F

Print of 'The Virgin and Child With Saints' by Robert Anning Bell

Print of 'The Virgin and Child With Saints' by Robert Anning Bell. Signature on reverse attributes the possession of the print to Dorothy Doddrell. Annotation in the lower corners states that the piece is published by The Medici Society, London and printed in England.

Located inside folder: Item DC 094/1/3/10 - Folder of calligraphic life studies

Bell, Robert Anning

Brochure of Panels of Mural Decoration for the New Men's Cafe and Smoke Room

Brochure of the mural panels created by Maurice Greiffenhagen, commissioned for the Men's Cafe and Smoke Room at Pettigrew & Stephens Ltd. 16 page brochure, image of the panel is accompanied by passages of classical writing.

Located inside folder: Item DC 094/1/3/10 - Folder of calligraphic life studies

Located inside folder: Item DC 094/1/3/10 - Folder of calligraphic life studies

Greiffenhagen, Maurice

Print of 'The Presentation in the Temple' by Robert Anning Bell

Print of 'The Presentation in the Temple' by Robert Anning Bell. Signature on reverse attributes the possession of the print to Dorothy Doddrell. Annotation in the lower corners states that the piece is published by The Medici Society, London and printed in England.

Located inside folder: Item DC 094/1/3/10 - Folder of calligraphic life studies

Bell, Robert Anning

Print of 'The Adoration of the Shepherds' by Robert Anning Bell

Print of 'The Adoration of the Shepherds' by Robert Anning Bell. Signature on reverse attributes the possession of the print to Dorothy Doddrell. Annotation in the lower corners states that the piece is published by The Medici Society, London and printed in England.

Located inside folder: Item DC 094/1/3/10 - Folder of calligraphic life studies

Bell, Robert Anning

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