Germany

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Student records from the Glasgow School of Art confirm that at least nine German students attended the School between 1903 and 1949. Their names are listed below. Please get in touch if you have any further information.

- Sollmann Armin, 1905

- Albert Cels, 1903

- Herman Hambrouch, 1915

- Emile Hanting, 1905

- E. H. Heugh, 1905

- Erick Muller, 1903

- Eric Rorn, 1903

- Fritz Schmidt, 1906

- Ethster Toumaniantz, 1923

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G42

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German weave notebook

This item was damaged in the fire in GSA's Mackintosh Building on 23rd May 2014 and was conserved in 2018-19. The digital images attached to this record are of stencils which were loose inside the front cover of the book, and not pages of the book itself.

Not available / given

Misc. Papers

Miscellaneous papers belonging to Cordelia Oliver.  Includes: a catalogue for the 'German Graphics Since 1945' exhibition held at The Glasgow School of Art in 1969 and a paper documenting the Scottish Arts Council reply to the Federation of artists in Scotland policy document, December 1975.

Oliver, Cordelia

Plaster cast of relief altarpiece of Adoration of the Magi

  • PC/067
  • Item
  • Mid 19th century-early 20th century
  • Part of Plaster Casts

Panel depicting the infant Christ being attended by the wise men. Original: Tilman Reimenschneider, c1510. Lime wood. Rothenburg ober der Tauber, Germany. Currently in the collection of the British Museum, London, UK. Annotated "D Brucciani & Co London".

D Brucciani & Co

Poster for a Mackintosh exhibition in Darmstadt

The poster advertised an exhibition of work by the Scottish architect, artist and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh. The show was held in the German town of Darmstadt, known for its Art Nouveau architecture and design. The show was held in the Hesse State Museum and was open from the 27th of February to 4th of May 1969. The poster is a graphic design by Fritz Fischer.

Fischer, Fritz

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