The City Art Centre | Recent Acquisitions

21 Oct 2021

Incoming: New Acquisitions at the City Art Centre is a new, free exhibition running from 2nd October 2021 until 28th of May 2023. We are very pleased to count the City Art Centre among the institutions that have purchased work from us, supporting and recognising the value of the artists we represent.

David Eustace

The City Art Centre | Recent Acquisitions
The City Art Centre | Recent Acquisitions
The City Art Centre | Recent Acquisitions
The City Art Centre | Recent Acquisitions

David Eustace, Michael, Glasgow, 2003, archival pigment print, 133 x 110 cm
David Eustace, Robbie Coltrane, London, 1993, archival pigment print, 103 x 87 cm
David Eustace, Rachael: Portrait at Sunset Cadillac Ranch, Amarillo, archival pigment print, 84 x 110 cm
David Eustace, Rachael: Portrait in Antelope Canyon, Arizona, archival pigment print, 84 x 110 cm

view work by David Eustace here

The City Art Centre’s collection of fine art is recognised as nationally significant. Containing almost 5,000 individual artworks, it traces the history of visual arts in Scotland from the 17th century to present day. The collection continues to grow every year through purchases, donations and bequests – acquisitions that fill historical gaps and introduce contemporary talents. Incoming: New Acquisitions at the City Art Centre presents a selection of paintings, drawings, prints, photographs and sculpture acquired within the last ten years.

Applied Arts

The City Art Centre | Recent Acquisitions
The City Art Centre | Recent Acquisitions
The City Art Centre | Recent Acquisitions
The City Art Centre | Recent Acquisitions

Choi Keeryong, Korean Glass 2, 2017, blown glass and ceramic parts from English manufactured teapots, 20 x 12 cm
William Kirk, Hammer Raised Siler Beaker with Millennium Mark, 2020, sterling silver, 6.5 x 6.5 cm
Malcolm Appleby, Silver Engraved Beaker, 2015, Britannia silver with gilt interior, 4.8 x 4 cm
Malcolm Appleby, Hurricane Force 12, 2016, sterling silver cast from engraving, enamel by Jane Short, 7 x 12 x 10 cm

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