Any fans of Mackintosh will love this building, for it is easily the best example of his architecture in Glasgow. The art ... More
Glasgow School of Art (The)
Any fans of Mackintosh will love this building, for it is easily the best example of his architecture in Glasgow. The art school was established in 1845 but has only been at the current site since 1899. Mackintosh was a former pupil and he designed this architectural masterpiece in 1896. The construction is marked by oppositions, wide windows and stern facades contrast in a dynamic style. Although everyone can gaze freely at the stunning exterior, guided tours offer the only access to the interior. Here you can admire yet more Mackintosh creations; plans, paintings and furniture are all on display.
Original prints by established and new names, both local and international, are on display and for sale at this specialist
gallery, founded in 1972. If you'd like a Scottish injection to your art collection, this is the place to ...
This lovely urban park, established in 1895, is not only home to the Mackintosh House for an Art Lover and
an excellent leisure center; it is also a very attractive area to visit. In 1938, the Empire Exhibition celebrating ...
This small, independent gallery focuses on Scottish work and is a charming and unpretentious place to view and buy art.
Wander around and admire creations by contemporary artists and recent graduates, many of whom attended the famous Glasgow School ...