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Glasgow Art Club founded in 1867 and recently restored has occupied two handsome Georgian terrace houses since 1893. They were converted into a 19thC Gentlemen’s club. The jewel is the iconic art Gallery largely designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
Bit of a Goya 'Gloom and Doom' girl myself so on Glasgow Open Doors Sunday , straight up to the top of Bath Street to 185 expecting a rather 'stuffy' reception. Wrong. Almost 2 hours later, having seriously reviewed my' brushwork' and awash in pastels,...More
We rang the bell from the street during the visiting hours for the general public (i.e. non-members) which are 12 noon to 5 pm, Monday to Saturday and were greeted at the door almost immediately.
We received a very welcoming introduction to the club, a...More
This building was designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and in the Dining room there are 2 magnificent Fire places one at each end, panelled in so much oak with Medullery rays that they are so beautiful along with the rest of the architecture which is...More