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Published by Woodend Press in Glasgow .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Scotland

Subjects:

  • Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts -- Exhibitions -- Indexes.,
  • Artists -- Scotland -- Exhibitions -- Indexes.,
  • Art, Scottish -- 19th century -- Exhibitions -- Indexes.,
  • Art, Scottish -- 20th century -- Exhibitions -- Indexes.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementcompiled by Roger Billcliffe.
GenreIndexes.
ContributionsBillcliffe, Roger., Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsN6978 .R68 1990
The Physical Object
Paginationv. <1 > ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1587510M
ISBN 100951594508
LC Control Number91115312

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The Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts was founded in with the objective of aiding, by teaching and study, the promotion of art in general – and contemporary art in particular. The original premises were the hired Glasgow Corporation Galleries (now the McLellan Galleries) in Sauchiehall Street. Queen Victoria conferred its Royal status. Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, A-D v. 1: Dictionary of Exhibitors at the Annual Exhibitions of the Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts May by Roger Billcliffe. The Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts (RGI) is an independent organisation in Glasgow, founded in , which promotes contemporary art and artists in Scotland. The Institute organizes the largest and most prestigious annual art exhibition in Scotland - open to all artists. The RGI also owns and runs the Kelly Gallery. In he was elected to the council of the Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts. His many awards include the Colquhoun Memorial Painting Competition – 1st prize in , the Scottish Drawing Competition at the Paisley Art Institute – 1st prize in and , the Cargill Award also in and the Scottish Amicable Prize in both at /5(26).