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Framed Pictures, Canvas Prints
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Glasgow Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 39 pictures in our Glasgow collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Launch of the Empress of Britain, Glasgow, 11 June 1930, (1935). Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Launch of the Empress of Britain, Glasgow, 11 June 1930, (1935). Creator: Unknown

Launch of the Empress of Britain, Glasgow, Scotland, 11 June 1930, (1935). The new Canadian Pacific Liner, Empress of Britain, which was launched at Glasgow by the Prince of Wales'. RMS Empress of Britain, built by John Brown & Co on Clydebank, provided scheduled trans-Atlantic passenger service between Canada and Europe from 1931 until 1939. She was sunk 28th October 1940 during WWII. From "The Silver Jubilee Book - The Story of 25 Eventful Years in Pictures". [Odhams Press Ltd., London, 1935]

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The ocean liner RMS Queen Mary, Clydebank, Glasgow, 1934 (1935).Artist: John Brown & Company Featured Print

The ocean liner RMS Queen Mary, Clydebank, Glasgow, 1934 (1935).Artist: John Brown & Company

The ocean liner RMS Queen Mary, Clydebank, Glasgow, 1934 (1935). Built by John Brown & Co on Clydeside for the Cunard White Star Line, the 81, 000 ton Queen Mary was the largest ocean liner in the world when she was launched in 1934. Apart from an interlude as a troopship during World War II, she dominated the transatlantic route, together with her sister, the Queen Elizabeth, until she was retired from service in 1967. Since then she has been a hotel and tourist attraction moored at Long Beach, California. From A Concise History of the World, introduction by Sir John AR Marriott (Associated Newspapers Ltd, 1935)

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Joseph Lister, English surgeon, on his ward round in Glasgow Royal Infirmary, c1867 (1927) Featured Print

Joseph Lister, English surgeon, on his ward round in Glasgow Royal Infirmary, c1867 (1927)

Joseph Lister, English surgeon, on his ward round in Glasgow Royal Infirmary, c1867 (1927). A pioneer of antiseptic surgery, Lister (1827-1912) was able to announce in 1867 that his wards had been clear of sepsis for 9 months. On the left an assistant holds Lister's steam spray which produced a spray of carbolic acid (phenol) laden steam. The patient is handing Lister her broken doll and he sewed its leg back on for her

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