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1988 Amsterdam

Inscribed 'Jimmy Cosgrove Amsterdam, April 1988. Ken Mitchell, Tom Chambers'. Also entitled "A book of dreams" on the first page. Sketches of abstract figures and animals. Some mythological and biblical references.

Cosgrove, James

A - K prints

Folder containing black and white photographs of performers and artists, taken by George Oliver and of various sizes. Some annotated. Some photographs are prints from DC 066/2/58-59. Includes: Richard Demarco and Pat Douthwaite.

Oliver, George


This item was lost in the fire in The Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School of Art on 23rd May 2014. Portrait of the artist's wife.

Laurie, John


A variety of artworks completed by Mary Ramsay, including life drawings, portraits, architectural studies, designs, prints, and illustrations. Some of these items are dated to her time as a student at The Glasgow School of Art. Most items are pencil on paper, with a few further studies in paint.

This subfond includes one item by Jessie Wilson (DC 110/1/1/18), another student of The Glasgow School of Art, with whom Mary Ramsay and Margaret Macdonald started a pottery decorating business at The Studio, Strathyre, in 1926.

Ramsay, Mary


A variety of paintings and artworks completed by Archibald Haswell Miller and Josephine Haswell Miller, including urban landscapes, portraits, and military scenes. Some of these items are dated to their time as teaching staff at The Glasgow School of Art.

Miller, Archibald E Haswell

Bust of child

Plaster bust of a child after a late 15th century orginal executed in terracotta by Andrea della Robbia.

J Giusti & Co

Bust of Girolamo Benivieni

Plaster bust after a terracotta bust of Girolamo Benivieni executed in 1863 by Giovani Bastianini in the collections of the Louvre, Paris. However, significant differences between the plaster bust by J Giusti & Co and the original bust by Bastianini, particularly the shape of the hat, suggest that the plaster bust is derivative of an unidentified intermediary copy.

J Giusti & Co

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