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This item was lost in the fire in The Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School of Art on 23rd May 2014. Portrait of former Glasgow School of Art librarian.
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Phyllis Dodd studied at the Liverpool School of Art before moving to the Royal College in London where her future husband Douglas Percy Bliss was also to study. The couple married in 1928 and in 1945 moved to Glasgow when Percy Bliss was appointed Director of the Glasgow School of Art. She was a prolific artist and specialised in portraiture.
Exhibited: Glasgow, Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts; 1953. Edinburgh. Royal Scottish Academy; 1955. Newcastle, Hatton Gallery;1989. Newport, Museum and Art Gallery; 1995.
Presented by the artist, 1963/64.
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Oil on canvas, framed
Dimensions: 1010 x 765 mm
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