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Saint Mungo (518–614)
Saint Mungo (518–614)
Saint Mungo (518–614)
Saint Mungo (518–614)
Saint Mungo (518–614)
Saint Mungo (518–614)
Saint Mungo (518–614)
Saint Mungo (518–614)

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A statue of a bearded figure standing, holding a book with his left hand, and wearing a hat.

Date

2015–2018

Medium

Portland stone

Measurements

H 270 x W (?) x D (?) cm (E)

Accession number

G4_GB_S016

Acquisition method

gifted by the Incorporation of Masons of Glasgow, 2018

Work type

Statue

Owner

City of Glasgow College

Work status

extant

Unveiling date

18 October 2018

Access

at all times

Signature/marks description

on plinth: SCULPTOR RODDY MCDOWALL

Inscription description

on first two lines of plinth: ST MUNGO PATRON SAINT OF GLASGOW / THE GIFT OF THE INCORPORATION OF MASONS OF GLASGOW


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Located at

Cathedral Street,

G4 0RF

Set in the City of Glasgow College campus.