The Glasgow Boys formed part of the Glasgow School, a group of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist painters who started working in the Glasgow area of Scotland in the 1880’s and 1890’s. The Group usually painted outdoors and for their subject matter drew upon their experiences of travelling around the world, in particular to Spain, North Africa and Japan, as well as in the Scottish highlands. The Glasgow Boys brought Scottish painting to the fore. John Lavery was a prominent member who was influenced by his close friend James McNeill Whistler.
Alex,Thought you might like to see the painting hung. Looks great. Thanks.Walte
Walter C. Jefferson City, MO
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