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Glasgow School of Art, interior View of the Loggia on Top Floor

BL 20762/19

Description Glasgow School of Art, interior View of the Loggia on Top Floor

Date 1909 to 1910

Collection Bedford Lemere and Company

Catalogue Number BL 20762/19

Category Photographs and Off-line Digital Images

Copies GW 3636 PO, B 64732, SC 677587

Scope and Content View of Loggia, Glasgow School of Art, No 167 Renfrew Street, Glasgow The corridor on the top floor of the Glasgow School of Art is marked, rather grandly, on the original plans of the building as the 'Loggia'. This photograph, taken in 1910 by the photographer, Harry Bedford Lemere, shows a printing press against the wall. This second-floor room, with its heavy brick arches, seems more like a cellar than a passageway on the top of the building. The three bay windows are equipped with folding tables where students still come to relax, or to draw the city's rooftops. Leading east from the loggia is a glazed passageway which, although labelled 'Pavilion' on the original plans, has been known by generations of students as the 'Hen Run' as it leads to a large studio which was once used as the embroidery room. Source: RCAHMS contribution to SCRAN.

Medium Glass

External Reference Box 57

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/collection/328537

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Attribution: © Courtesy of HES (Bedford Lemere and Company Collection)

Licence Type: Educational

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