The Glasgow Art Club Summer Exhibition 2018
Exhibition runs: 16th June to 28th July 2018.
Opening and Private View: Friday 15th June:
A supper will be served between 6pm and 8pm at £22.50 for two courses and coffee (please book in advance). Vivien Hamilton will officially open the exhibition at 8pm sharp.
Vivien Hamilton joined Glasgow Museums in 1987 and is Research Manager for Art, responsible for Glasgow Museums’ significant collection of Fine Art and Decorative Arts as well as European Costume and Textiles.
Vivien graduated from the University of Glasgow and is currently an Honorary Research Fellow in the University Department of History of Art. Her research interests include European art 1800-1950 and Scottish art 1880-1950, with particular interests in provenance research and the history of collectors and collecting. She has researched Scottish collectors in the United States and was responsible for compiling the lists of works in Glasgow Museums whose provenance is unclear in the period 1933-1945. Her publications include Joseph Crawhall 1861-1913 – One of The Glasgow Boys (1990), Boudin at Trouville (1992) and Millet to Matisse, Nineteenth-and Twentieth-Century French Painting from Kelvingrove Art Gallery, Glasgow (2002).
Vivien is currently researching Sir William Burrell’s collection of French 19th century oils, pastels and works on paper.
The Glasgow Art Club
185 Bath Street
Tel: 0141 248 5210
Admission Free. Exhibition open to the public 11am-5pm Monday - Saturday, or by appointment.
Please note that on occasion exhibitions may be closed to the public at these times to accommodate for private functions and events.
Please call ahead on 0141 248 5210 to avoid disappointment.
Ring the bell to gain access to the Club.
Many of the paintings are for sale.
If you are interested in the purchase of any painting, please see a member of staff.
Or you can contact the Club by telephone or by completing the Contact Form on the Contact Page.
Here are some of the Paintings Exhibited - [Click on the thumbnails to display larger images]