Item GSAA/EPH/10/430 - Poster for exhibition 'Glasgow Print Studio Prints', Glasgow

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Poster for exhibition 'Glasgow Print Studio Prints', Glasgow


  • [Late 20th century] (Creation)

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Poster for exhibition 'Glasgow Print Studio Prints', Glasgow Print Studio Gallery, Glasgow, 11 Dec-10 Jan. The year is unknown but is believed to be late 20th century. The poster includes the message "The Glasgow Print Studio wish you a Merry Christmas".


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Glasgow Print Studio was founded in 1972 to provide fine art printmaking facilities and workshop space. It now "promotes contemporary and innovative printmaking through supporting artists, exhibitions, learning and conservation." The Glasgow Print Studio has been based in a number of locations, including 43 St Vincent Crescent, 128 Ingram Street, King Street and Trongate 103.


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  • English

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Dimensions: 760 x 511 mm

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  • English



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