Glasgow International Exhibition (1901) Photos

The Glasgow International Exhibition (1901) drew 11.5 million visitors to Kelvingrove Park fore the official opening of the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum building by Scottish architect James Miller and to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the first world's fair held in London. Several countries participated.

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Kelvingrove Art Gallery was opened as part of Glasgow International Exhibition. Glasgow, Scotland.Kelvin Hall exhibition venue across Argyle Street from Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Organ by Lewis & Co, of London in central hall at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Central hall ceiling lamps at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Kelvingrove Art Gallery (1901) (Kelvingrove Park) was opened as part of Glasgow International Exhibition. Glasgow, Scotland. Architect: John William Simpson & Edmund John Milner Allen.Kelvin Hall exhibition venue (1927) across Argyle Street from Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Organ (1901) by Lewis & Co, of London in central hall at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Central hall ceiling lamps at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Central hall ceiling lamp details at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Glasgow International Exhibition souvenir printed handkerchief with panoramic view at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Commemorative plate with main building of Glasgow International Exhibition by Nautilus Porcelain Co. of Glasgow at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Souvenir plate from Glasgow International Exhibition at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Central hall ceiling lamp details at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Glasgow International Exhibition souvenir printed handkerchief with panoramic view (1901) at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Commemorative plate with main building of Glasgow International Exhibition (1901) by Nautilus Porcelain Co. of Glasgow at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Souvenir plate from Glasgow International Exhibition (1901) at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Souvenir plate from Glasgow International Exhibition at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Model of unbuilt Bar & Dining Room for Glasgow International Exhibition by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at The Lighthouse. Glasgow, Scotland.Model of unbuilt Concert Hall for Glasgow International Exhibition by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at The Lighthouse. Glasgow, Scotland.Model of unbuilt Concert Hall for Glasgow International Exhibition by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at The Lighthouse. Glasgow, Scotland.
Souvenir plate from Glasgow International Exhibition (1901) at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Model of unbuilt Bar & Dining Room for Glasgow International Exhibition (1898) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at The Lighthouse. Glasgow, Scotland.Model of unbuilt Concert Hall for Glasgow International Exhibition (1898) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at The Lighthouse. Glasgow, Scotland.Model of unbuilt Concert Hall for Glasgow International Exhibition (1898) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at The Lighthouse. Glasgow, Scotland.
Model of unbuilt alternate design of Concert Hall for Glasgow International Exhibition by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at The Lighthouse. Glasgow, Scotland.Silver yacht race trophy in form of sailing ship awarded at Glasgow International Exhibition at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Fireplace by Ernest Archibald Taylor made by Wylie & Lochhead of Glasgow & shown at Exhibition of Art, Science & Industry at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Oak settle by Wylie & Lochhead displayed during Glasgow International Exhibition at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Model of unbuilt alternate design of Concert Hall for Glasgow International Exhibition (1898) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at The Lighthouse. Glasgow, Scotland.Silver yacht race trophy in form of sailing ship awarded at Glasgow International Exhibition (1901) at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Fireplace (1901) by Ernest Archibald Taylor made by Wylie & Lochhead of Glasgow & shown at Exhibition of Art, Science & Industry (1901) at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Oak settle (1901) by Wylie & Lochhead displayed during Glasgow International Exhibition at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Season tickets from International Exhibition of Science, Art & Industry, Glasgow & Glasgow International Exhibition 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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