In this study, Roger Billcliffe not only treats the individual artists of the Glasgow School of Painting comprehensively, but also demonstrates that, as a group, the Glasgow Boys were not an isolated, local phenomenon but part of what can now be seen as a much wider tradition. Since this book's first publication in 1988, their reputation has been restored, firmly locating them at the forefront of art's first international movement.
Great condition. Dust jacket has slight aging and wear on edges. Inscription to former Gamble House director on half title page.