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Turning Hay by Millie Frood (1900-1988)
Frood (1900-1988) was born in Motherwell and studied at Glasgow School of Art, later teaching at Bellshill Academy. She was the oldest surviving member of The New Art Club, a movement that did much to revitalise the arts in Glasgow in the 1940s and '50s and had a continuing influence in the period following.
1900 - 1988
In Storage: Museums
1940 · The New Art Club · Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, Scotland · The New Art Club started in 1940 and met twice weekly in Jean's Tea Rooms in Sauchiehall Street to discuss a wide range of subjects. Artist-members held an exhibition of their work each month. There was no selection committee. 'Qualified' and self-taught artists, young and old, hung side by side and members freely discussed each other's work. Motherwell
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