Dunbartonshire Print Collection

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Dunbartonshire, Scotland

Sixteen selected prints based on walking five days along the coastline of the historic Scottish county of Dunbartonshire and five days exploring Glasgow. It rained every single day so I relied on interiors and dusk more than normal!

Signed, limited edition prints are available from £195. To purchase and for more details visit The Perimeter Print Shop alternatively email your order to mail@quintinlake.com or phone 07973 139345

The Riverside Museum of Transport, Glasgow, Scotland. Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects and engineers Buro Happold in 2014.

The Cloisters inside the Gilbert Scott Building, built 1891, University of Glasgow, Scotland.

Clydebank East tower blocks, West Dunbartonshire, Scotland.

M8, Glasgow, Scotland.

Clyde, Lomond & Leven Court, Dumbarton, Scotland.

Suspended helical staircase, The Lighthouse, Glasgow, Scotland.

St. Vincent Street Free Church designed by architect Alexander “Greek” Thomson in 1857, Glasgow, Scotland.

Loch Long in rain near Coulport, Argyll & Bute, Scotland.

Kibble Palace. Architects: James Boucher & James Cousland, 1973, Glasgow Botanic Gardens, Scotland.

The Garage, Scotland’s largest nightclub opened in 1994, Glasgow.

Satellite dishes, Yoker, Glasgow, Scotland.

Lightwell in the Reid Building, Glasgow School of Art. Architect: Steven Holl, 2014.

Stairs, The Riverside Museum, Glasgow, Scotland.

Former bridge between student rooms, St Peter’s Seminary, Cardross, Scotland.

Dumbarton Castle, Dumbarton, Scotland.

The Mitchell Library, North Street building. Architect: William B. Whitie, 1911, Glasgow, Scotland.

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