The Viktor Wynd Museum & The Last Tuesday Society takes enormous pleasure in inviting you to the private view of our new exhibition – a selection of his paintings, notebooks and drawings chosen from his Glaswegian home. Alasdair Gray is considered Scotland’s greatest living artist & writer – a modern day William Blake, as celebrated for his novels – including Lanark, Poor Things & 1982 Janine as for his paintings, illustrations and murals. The exhibition is accompanied by a fully illustrated catalog with essays by his biographer Rodge Glass, the critic Stuart Kelly & writer Allan Massie

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