Item NMC/0128B - Presentation card to Professor William J Smith

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Presentation card to Professor William J Smith


  • 1975 (Creation)

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Signed sheet of former architecture students on the occasion of their reunion dinner, 16/5/1975.

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Glasgow portrait painter in oil and watercolour, also pastel and occasionally black and white; caricaturist and art critic. Fellow, Royal Society of Edinburgh. Known for his portraits of performing artists at the Edinburgh Festival illustrated in The Scotsman. Exhibited GI (11), including a portrait of "Sir Robert Philipson" (1978).

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Jean Smith, widow of Prof William Smith's son, 1994.

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Ink on card

Dimensions: 357 x 257 mm

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