How Glasgow Flourished 1714 – 1837, Kelvingrove Art Gallery until 7th Aug, 2014

how glagow flourishedFREE temporary exhibition – How Glasgow Flourished 1714 – 1837

Georgians and their influence on the city. Its on now until Sunday 17 August, and its free!

 How Glasgow Flourished 1714 – 1837 has paintings and objects which tell the story of the Georgian period in Glasgow, explores how during the Georgian period Glasgow grew into a dynamic city of true global significance through its businessmen, commerce, workers and brilliance.

Photo features actors in Georgian costume, a silver snuff box which is part of the exhibition, and direct descendents of the Glassford family who feature in the exhibition.The exhibition runs until 17 August.

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