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The Peoples’ Palace Museum Glasgow

THE PEOPLES’ PALACE MUSEUM GLASGOW

Yesterday, The Sculpture FRANCE 1914 by Simon Burns-Cox was unveiled at The People’s Palace Museum, Glasgow by PoppyScotland and Ian Forsyth, a 92 year old War Veteran and Volunteer for the charity. The Sculpture is made of Black and Gold Portoro Marble and was made in aid of PoppyScotland to mark the ending of the First World War.  It will be displayed until March 2017 and then go onto Kelvingrove Art Gallery, Glasgow for the year 2017-18 and the Riverside Museum, Glasgow for the year 2018-19.  The Sculpture will then be auctioned in aid of PoppyScotland.  Expressions of interest in purchasing the Sculpture FRANCE 1914 should be made to PoppyScotland and Simon Burns-Cox.

http://www.eveningtimes.co.uk/ Moving war sculpture to go on display in glasgow

Herald 24031

Evening Times 240316

http://www.poppyscotland.org.uk/sculptures-reflecting-impact-of-war-on-display-at-scottish-parliament/

http://www.pressreader.com/uk/evening-times/20160324/282454233118475