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I was at the Art Gallery in Glasgow last month for the Jack Vettriano exhibition. He’s an artist who certainly divides the critics. As the kind of guy who couldn’t paint a nose on a false face (And your classic “I don’t know much about art but I know what I like” observer) I quite like some of his stuff although some of it is a bit samey.

Plenty famous folk seem to like him with figures as diverse as Jack Nicholson and Sir Alex Ferguson lending from their private collections to the exhibition.

However whilst I was there I got a couple of photos. This is the magnificent exterior of the building:


And this is Saint Mungo and a couple of admirers guarding the rear entrance:




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  1. The art gallert and museum has always been a favourite place of mine since I was first taken there as a kid. There was a story that the architect who designed the building killed himself because it had been built facing the wrong way, any truth in that Rab?

    • I also heard that rumour Toronto Tam…oops…probably from the same source as we are Brothers…However, if Saint Mungo and his supporters had guarded a few other ‘rear entrances’ then the Catholic Church wouldn’t have the problems it has.

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