International Exhibition of Science, Art & Industry, Glasgow (1888) Photos

The International Exhibition of Science, Art & Industry, Glasgow (1888) was held in and shaped Kelvingrove Park & hosted 5,748,379 visitors. The exhibition was designed by Glaswegian architect James Sellars but the buildings were dismantled. Profits from this fair helped finance the legacy Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum building which was itself used in the subsequent Glasgow International Exhibition (1901).

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Souvenir handkerchief showing buildings of International Exhibition of Science, Art & Industry, Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Glasgow Exhibition painting by John Lavery of Glasgow Boys at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.State Visit of Her Majesty, Queen Victoria to Glasgow International Exhibition painting by John Lavery at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Self-closing cast iron fountain from International Exhibition of Science, Art & Industry, Glasgow by Glenfield & Kennedy of Kilmarnock at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Souvenir handkerchief showing buildings of International Exhibition of Science, Art & Industry, Glasgow (1888) at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Glasgow Exhibition painting (1888) by John Lavery of Glasgow Boys at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.State Visit of Her Majesty, Queen Victoria to Glasgow International Exhibition (1888) painting by John Lavery at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Self-closing cast iron fountain from International Exhibition of Science, Art & Industry, Glasgow (1888) by Glenfield & Kennedy of Kilmarnock at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Souvenir punchbowl from International Exhibition of Science, Art & Industry, Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Glasgow Exhibition jug by Clyde Pottery of Greenock, Scotland at Hunterian Museum. Glasgow, Scotland.Souvenir ceramic plate & pitchers from International Exhibition of Science, Art & Industry, Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Souvenir ruby glass from International Exhibition of Science, Art & Industry, Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Souvenir punchbowl from International Exhibition of Science, Art & Industry, Glasgow (1888) at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Glasgow Exhibition jug (1888) by Clyde Pottery of Greenock, Scotland at Hunterian Museum. Glasgow, Scotland.Souvenir ceramic plate & pitchers from International Exhibition of Science, Art & Industry, Glasgow (1888) at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Souvenir ruby glass from International Exhibition of Science, Art & Industry, Glasgow (1888) at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Souvenir pressed glass plate from International Exhibition of Science, Art & Industry, Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Souvenir pressed glass plate from International Exhibition of Science, Art & Industry, Glasgow at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Model of tram which took visitors to International Exhibition of Science, Art & Industry, Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Season tickets from International Exhibition of Science, Art & Industry, Glasgow & Glasgow International Exhibition at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Souvenir pressed glass plate from International Exhibition of Science, Art & Industry, Glasgow (1888) at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Souvenir pressed glass plate from International Exhibition of Science, Art & Industry, Glasgow (1888) at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Model of tram which took visitors to International Exhibition of Science, Art & Industry, Glasgow (1888) at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Season tickets from International Exhibition of Science, Art & Industry, Glasgow (1888) & Glasgow International Exhibition (1901) at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.

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