Date: 08 Apr 2016 – 25 Apr 2016
Type: Exhibition

This show follows the long and varied career of the artist Raoul Reynolds, who was born in Glasgow in 1882 and died in New York in 1969.

He has been rediscovered recently by art historians whose research made it possible to attribute many anonymous modernist artworks to him. Often overlooked, Reynolds experimented with forms, materials and styles. He led a nomadic existence, often travelling between Glasgow and Marseille.

Reynolds was heavily influenced by the European avant-garde art movements. He was regarded by his peers as a maverick and an outsider, which may explain the lack of documentation and the mystery surrounding his life and work. This exhibition offers visitors an opportunity to discover the extensive experimentation in Reynold’s work and attempts to shed some light on his influence on contemporary art practices.

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Opening Times

Fri 8 April – Sun 24 April
Tues – Thurs & Sat, 10am – 5pm
Fri & Sun, 11am – 5pm

Closed on Mondays


Scotland Street School Museum
225 Scotland Street
Glasgow, G5 8QB

0141 287 0500

Getting Here

Subway: Shields Road

Bus: 90 & 121


Wheelchair accessible.

Blue badge parking spaces available at the museum, for details please contact the venue.