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Student Notebook, anonymous

  • DC 056
  • Collection
  • [19th century-20th century]

Student Art History notebook, contains mainly writings on Egyptian Art and Architecture, Medieval Christian Art, Flemish Art, English Art. Notebook also contains some illustrations.

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

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Poster for display 'Hypothesis: Forms of regeneration on the Clyde', Glasgow

Poster for display of final year projects from the Mackintosh School of Architecture 'Hypothesis: Forms of regeneration on the Clyde', Merchant City, Glasgow, 29 Nov 2002-01 Dec 2002. The display features the work of students Andres, Chow, Innes, Logan, Lugar-Mawson, Nowak, O'Hagan, Radhakrishnan, Shepherd, Teoh and Urquhart (only surnames given).

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Poster for an exhibition entitled 'The Architecture of Unbaked Earth: Its Traditions and Future'

This poster advertised an exhibition of photographic works showing the architectural properties of unbaked earth. The exhibition was held in association with the French Institute and ran from the 25th of Februrary to the 17th of March 1983 in the Bourdon Building and the Green Room.

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Poster for a lecture by Rayner Banham

This poster advertised a lecture given by architecture critic Rayner Banham which was held in the Haldane Building on the 21st of February 1962. Banham was also a prolific writer and is best known for his theoretical treatise 'Theory and Design in the First Machine Age' (1960) and for his book 'Los Angeles: The Architecture of Four Ecologies' (1971). The poster states "Come on babey, do the mega structure" which is a pun on the 1962 pop song 'Loco-Motion' by Eva Boyd.

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Plaster cast of stele

  • PC/204
  • Item
  • Mid 19th century-early 20th century
  • Part of Plaster Casts

Stele in two parts; one with point and ornamented with fluting, the second with two flowers carved in relief. Original: The Temple of Thesius, Athens, Greece. Annotated with illegible lettering.

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Plaster cast of spandrel

  • PC/152
  • Item
  • Mid 19th century-early 20th century
  • Part of Plaster Casts

Original: Poets’ Corner, Westminster Abbey, London, UK.

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Plaster cast of section of architrave with vines and eagle in clipeus

  • PC/159
  • Item
  • Mid 19th century-early 20th century
  • Part of Plaster Casts

Original: Lorenzo Ghiberti, 1452. Bronze. Gates of Paradise, Baptistry di San Giovanni, Florence, Italy. Currently in the collection of the Museo dell'Opera del Duomo, Florence, Italy. In 2019, this item was conserved and now includes a central fragment, which was originally catalogued as a separate cast (PC/187).

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Plaster cast of pilaster

  • PC/101B
  • Item
  • Mid 19th century-early 20th century
  • Part of Plaster Casts

Plaster cast of pilaster, part of a set with decorated capital

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Plaster cast of fragment of stele

  • PC/084
  • Item
  • Mid 19th century-early 20th century
  • Part of Plaster Casts

Stele refers to an upright stone or slab with an inscribed or sculptured surface, used as a monument or as a commemorative tablet in the face of a building. Annotated with Greek text "EYTYXO HPINH NIRON".

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Plaster cast of Corinthian capital with stylised acanthus

  • PC/139
  • Item
  • Mid 19th century-early 20th century
  • Part of Plaster Casts

The Corinthian order is the most richly carved of all the orders. According to the architectural historian Vitruvius, the column was created by the sculptor Callimachus, probably an Athenian, who drew acanthus leaves growing around a votive basket. Annotated "R. 24D".

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