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Glasgow Girlslocked

(act. 1880–1920)
  • Ailsa Tanner

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Glasgow Girls (act. 1880–1920), were a group of women artists in Glasgow. The name, conferred on the group by twentieth-century scholars, deliberately alludes to the contemporary group of Scottish male artists known as the Glasgow Boys. The impetus to identify, record, and exhibit the work of women artists in ...

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