Item GSAA/EPH/10/179 - Poster for a lecture by Theodore Roszak

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Poster for a lecture by Theodore Roszak


  • Late 20th century (Creation)

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This poster is believed to advertise a lecture by Theodore Roszak entitled 'Conscience and Consciousness in the Art of Mackintosh'. It is believed to have been designed and made by Sandy Prentice and Chuck Mitchell.

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Artist in a variety of media who studied at Glasgow School of Art, 1958-63, graduating in printed textiles and doing a post-diploma year. He joined the school's staff, working in the textile department until 1988, after which he worked full-time on exhibitions and commissions. Mitchell's work sometimes had a fantastic, highly imaginative element. He developed a technique for painting on slates and showed these in his solo shows at Compass Gallery, Glasgow, in 1969-71, and at Broughton Gallery in 1980. He also showed at Qantas Gallery, 1977, in London, in other mixed shows in Britain and participated in the Compass Gallery's 'The Compass Contribution' in 1990.

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Black and white print on board.

Dimensions: 1005 x 760 mm

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GB 1694 GSAA/EPH/10/179

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ISAD(G): General International Standard Archival Description - Second edition


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