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Glasgow Green (Calton),
Doulton Fountain
(1888, International Exhibition in Kelvingrove Park; relocated 1890, Glasgow Green)
Designer: AE Pearce; Modellers: J Broad, H Ellis, AE Pearce, FW Pomeroy;
Modelling supervisor: WS Frith; Manufacturer: Doulton & Co
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Kelvingrove Park (West End),
Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum
Sculpture Programme (1892-1902)
Sculptors: EG Bramwell, A Fabbrucci, GJ Frampton, J Keller, WB Rhind, AM Shannan, FD Wood; Carvers: WR Dick, McGilvray & Ferris, JH Mackinnon, JM Sherriff, W Shirreffs, W Vickers, JC Young;
Architects: JW Simpson & EJ Milner Allen;
Masons: Morrison & Mason Ltd (basement); Peter McKissock & Son (superstructure)
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Kelvingrove Park (West End),
Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum - North Elevation - Central Porch
St Mungo as the Patron of Art and Music (1892-1902)
Sculptor: GJ Frampton; Architects: JW Simpson & EJ Milner Allen
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Kelvingrove Park (West End),
Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum - North Elevation - Central Porch. In the spandrels of the north, east and west arches of the entrance porch.
Reliefs Representing Music, Literature and Manufacturing Arts (1892-1902)
Modeller: GJ Frampton; Carver: W Shirreffs; Architects: JW Simpson & EJ Milner Allen
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Kelvingrove Park (West End),
Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum - North Elevation - Central Porch. Above attic windows on the entrance porch
Masks of 'The Great Trio of Greek Art' (1892-1902)
Modeller: GJ Frampton; Carver: W Shirreffs; Architects: JW Simpson & EJ Milner Allen
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Kelvingrove Park (West End),
Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum - North Elevation. On attic of central pavilions, north elevation
Four Seated Female Figures Symbolising the Arts (1892-1902)
Scultor: FD Wood; Architects: JW Simpson & EJ Milner Allen
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Kelvingrove Park (West End),
Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum - North Elevation. On attic of north-east pavilion
Seated Female Figure Symbolising Religion (1892-1902)
Sculptor: J Keller; Architects: JW Simpson & EJ Milner Allen
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Kelvingrove Park (West End),
Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum - North Elevation. On attic of north-west pavilion
Seated Female Figure Symbolising Commerce (1892-1902)
Sculptor: A Fabbrucci; Architects: JW Simpson & EJ Milner Allen
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#193 Kelvingrove Park (West End),
Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum - North Elevation. On attic of south-east pavilion
Seated Female Figure Symbolising Literature (1892-1902)
Sculptor: EG Bramwell;
Architects: JW Simpson & EJ Milner Allen
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Kelvingrove Park (West End),
Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum - South Elevation. On attic of west pavilion, south elevation
Seated Male Figure Symbolising Science (1892-1902)
Sculptor: WB Rhind; Architects: JW Simpson & EJ Milner Allen
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Kelvingrove Park (West End),
Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum - Decorative Carving - Exterior
Scottish Counties and Artists' Names (1892-1902)
Carvers: WR Dick, JH Mackinnon, W Shirreffs (north fašade); JC Young (south fašade); W Vickers (east and west fašades); Architects: JW Simpson & EJ Milner Allen
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Kelvingrove Park (West End),
Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum - Decorative Carving - Interior
Names and Crests of Glasgow Trades; World Composers; Figures from Scottish History (1892-1902)
Sculptors: McGilvray & Ferris (Central Hall); JM Sherriff (East and West Courts);
Architects: JW Simpson & EJ Milner Allen
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Kelvingrove Park (West End),
Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum. In the corridor to the right of the north entrance
Statue of William Pitt the Younger (1812)
Sculptor: J Flaxman
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Kelvingrove Park (West End),
Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum - North entrance hall
Foundation Stone (1901)
Carver: JH Mackinnon; Designer: JW Simpson & EJ Milner Allen
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#197 Kelvingrove Park (West End),
Just west of Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum
Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) War Memorial (1924)
Sculptor: PL Clark;
Foundry: M Manenti
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Kelvingrove Park (West End),
In front of north entrance to Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum
Children of Glasgow Fountain (1988)
Sculptor: MA Snowden
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Kelvingrove Park (West End),
In front of south entrance to Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum
Relief Map of the West End of Glasgow (1996)
Sculptor: K Chambers; Foundry: Powderhall Bronze;
Base designed by Page & Park architects
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#198 Kelvingrove Park (West End),
Kelvin Way Bridge
Allegorical Figure Groups (1914-24)
Sculptor: PR Montford; Architect: AB McDonald;
Foundry: AB Burton; Builder: John Emery & Sons
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Kelvingrove Park (West End),
Kelvingrove Park
Bengal Tigress (1866-7)
Sculptor: AN Cain; Foundry: F Barbedienne, Paris
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#204 Kelvingrove Park (West End),
Kelvingrove Park,
At the western end of Prince of Wales Bridge
Monument to Thomas Carlyle (1916)
Sculptor: WK Brown
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#201 Kelvingrove Park (West End),
Kelvingrove Park,
At the eastern end of Prince of Wales Bridge
Highland Light Infantry Memorial (1906)
Sculptor: WB Rhind
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Kelvingrove Park (West End),
Kelvingrove Park
Monument to Lord Kelvin (1908-13)
Sculptor: AM Shannan; Foundry: JW Singer & Sons
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Kelvingrove Park (West End),
Kelvingrove Park
Monument to Lord Lister (1923-4)
Sculptor: GH Paulin; Foundry: McDonald & Cresswick
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#203 Kelvingrove Park (West End),
Kelvingrove Park
Monument to Field Marshal Earl Roberts (1915-16)
Sculptors: H Bates (modeller); prepared for casting by EA Rickards assisted by H Poole;
Foundry: JW Singer & Sons
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#200 Kelvingrove Park (West End),
Kelvingrove Park
Stewart Memorial Fountain (1872)
Sculptors: J Mossman and J Young;
Architect: J Sellars; Foundry: H Prince & Co; Builder: J Robertson
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