Item NMC/0742 - Glasgow School of Art from Muirhead Moffat's Shop

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NMC/0742

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Glasgow School of Art from Muirhead Moffat's Shop

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  • 1920-1921 (Creation)

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View of the Mackintosh building (south-west facade), seen from Sauchiehall Street. Cinema in foreground.

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(fl c1920s)

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Glasgow etcher and designer, born 9th of October 1900 and trained at The Glasgow School of Art. Scott resided at Errol, 25 Hamilton Drive (now Hamilton Avenue), Pollokshields to the South of Glasgow, while completing her studies at The Glasgow School of Art. She undertook day classes in Drawing and Painting during 1918-19, with registration number 99.

She exhibited RGI and RSA in 1925 from 25 Hamilton Drive, Glasgow, and latterly lived in Nottingham. She was elected an Associate of the Nottingham Society of Artists in 1930.

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Sylvia Pegg, 17.11.2003.

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Brown ink on cream paper

Dimensions: 208 x 220 mm

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GB 1694 NMC/0742

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GB 1694

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ISAD(G): General International Standard Archival Description - Second edition

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