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by Roy Firth

Download Glasgow: A Portrait ePub
  • ISBN 190323879X
  • ISBN13 978-1903238790
  • Language English
  • Author Roy Firth
  • Publisher Neil Wilson Publishing (October 1, 2005)
  • Pages 128
  • Formats mobi mbr docx azw
  • Category Travels
  • Subcategory Europe
  • Size ePub 1446 kb
  • Size Fb2 1978 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 265

Glasgow: A Portrait is a stunning visual journey through the ancient Scottish city at the start of the 21 first century. From Saint Mungo's smallholding to Second City of the Empire, the city of Glasgow has constantly reinvented itself. Now this multicultural city moves into the vibrant 21st century with an ancient heart and a spectacular skyline. Roy Firth's journey through the history, landscape and architecture of the city is illustrated with his breathtaking portraits of the city's most famous - and hidden - landmarks, Each picture is accompanied with some background history. Includes portraits of: Glasgow Art School, Bontanic Gardens, Gallery of Modern Art, Pollok House, Necropolis, Glasgow Cathedral, Buchanan Galleries, Provand's Lordship, Antonine Wall, Burns Cottage, Dumbarton Castle, Haggs Castle, Paisley Abbey, Ibrox and Parkhead Statiums, House for an Art Lover and many more.

Roy Firth's journey through the history, landscape and architecture of the city is illustrated with his breathtaking portraits of the city's most famous - and hidden - landmarks, Each picture is accompanied with some background history.

Roy Firth's journey throu Glasgow: A Portrait is a stunning visual journey through the ancient Scottish city at the start of the 21 first century. From Saint Mungo's smallholding to Second City of the Empire, the city of Glasgow has constantly reinvented itself. Now this multicultural city moves into the vibrant 21st century with an ancient heart and a spectacular skyline. Roy Firth's journey through the history, landscape, and architecture of the city is illustrated with his breathtaking portraits of the city's most famous and hidden-landmarks.

128 pages : 27 x 27 cm. Hardback -Glasgow: A Portrait is a stunning visual journey through the ancient Scottish city at the start of the 21 first century.

Roy Firth (born c. 1934), also known by the nickname of "Bustler", is a former professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1960s and 1970s. He played at club level for Dewsbury, Wakefield Trinity (Heritage № 749) (loan), Hull . Heritage №), Bramley and Featherstone Rovers (Heritage № 527) (loan) as a hooker, . number 9, during the era of contested scrums. Roy Firth's birth was registered Dewsbury, West Riding of Yorkshire, England.

Roy Firth's journey through the history, landscape and architecture of the city is illustrated with his breathtaking portraits of the city's most famous - and hidden - landmarks, Each picture is accompanied with some background history.

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Personal information. Roy Firth played hooker in Bramley's 15-7 victory over Widnes in the 1973 BBC2 Floodlit Trophy Final during the 1973–74 season at Naughton Park, Widnes on Tuesday 18 December 1973. Coventry Evening Telegraph.

Glasgow - by Silverstone. What a portrait! Glasgow boy out playing in the no designer clothes then just a great photo.

This beautiful Rembrandt portrait is lit with a soft one light source with vignette background. I was drawn to this image because of its innocent painter like style. Glasgow - by Silverstone. Alphonse Marie Mucha – DantéBéa.