Artist's description:

A View of the Glasgow Gallery of Modern Art in Queen Street . Such a familiar building (formerly Stirling's Library) and opened as a gallery in 1996 and quickly became Scotland's most visited modern art gallery. Of course the vista has become even more famous for the traffic cone placed on Wellington's head now, a symbol of Glasgow's lack of respect for authority the and maybe also artistically for the decorative Tympaum by the French artist Niki De Saint Phalle.

Materials used:

Oil paints

Glasgow GOMA (2014)


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