- 13th century to early 21st century (Creation)
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Artworks, design pieces and architectural designs related to Glasgow School of Art staff and students.
- oil paintings
- silk screen prints
- lithograph prints
- sketch books
- metalwork, sculpture and ceramics.
Almost all works are by former students and staff or figures related to the history of The Glasgow School of Art. The earliest pieces date from the 16th century and later examples have been purchased from recent Degree Shows. The work is in a variety of media and includes drawings, paintings, prints, sketchbooks, furniture and sculpture. Artists represented include many key figures and the most influential and successful students.
There are also several works from former tutors including Neil Dallas Brown, David Donaldson and Fred Selby, alongside contemporary works by students, donated or purchased at degree show. Key works include those by: Maurice Greiffenhagen, Francis Newbery, John Quinton Pringle, Benno Schotz, Ian Fleming and James D Robertson. Suites of note include large collections of Joan Eardley sketches and paintings, Joan Palmer prints, and architectural drawings by Eugene Bourdon.
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Conditions governing reproduction
Application for permission to reproduce should be submitted to The Archives and Collections at The Glasgow School of Art.
Reproduction subject to usual conditions: educational use and condition of material.
For further details, please refer to our Reprographic Service Guide @ https://gsaarchives.com/policies
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- The Glasgow School of Art (Subject)
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- Imported into Archon software and edited by Michelle Kaye, Archon Project Officer, Apr 2014.
- Catalogue exported from Archon and imported into AtoM during system migration, 2018-2019.