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Search Aspect (art gallery 1910's )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]Art Gallery Entrance, Municipal Buildings (City Centre)
Art Gallery Entrance, Municipal Buildings2nd September 1912 View of entrance to the Art Gallery in municipal buildings. Exhibits can be seen in glass cases.
[2]Art Gallery, Municipal Buildings (City Centre)
Art Gallery, Municipal Buildings7th September 1912 View of interior of Art Gallery in municipal buildings. Moulded and glazed wall tiles, round arched side aisles divided by granite columns can be seen.
[3]Calverley Street extension (City Centre)
Calverley Street extension13th February 1914. Calverley Street, looking north towards Great George Street from Park Lane. Leeds Town Hall is on the left (Architect was Cuthbert Brodrick). Opened by Queen Victoria in 1858. One of four Lions by William Day Keyworth Jnr. can be seen, with policeman to the side. On the right can be seen the corner of the Municipal Buildings (second block from front), With street sign 'Centenary Street'. Opened in 1884 designed by George Corson they housed Civic offices and Library, Art Gallery. A hanging sign points the way in. Behind frontage on Great George Street are School and Education offices. Electric lights can be seen, (installed in 1884/85). Traffic consists of horse and carts and cars.
[4]E Caldwell Spruce, Leeds Sculptor (City Centre)
E Caldwell Spruce, Leeds Sculptor1911 Caldwell Spruce had at one time been a designer at the Leeds Pottery. Seen here in his studio finishing a bust of Lord Airedale, first Lord Mayor of Leeds. He had not met Lord Airedale and worked from photographs. The bust was presented to the city by Sir William Middlebrook. It is in the Leeds City Art Gallery.
[5]E Caldwell Spruce, Leeds Sculptor (City Centre)
E Caldwell Spruce, Leeds Sculptor1911 Finishing touches are being made to a bust of Lord Airedale (James Kitson), in 1897 he became the first Lord Mayor of Leeds. The sculpture was presented to Leeds by Sir William Middlebrook and is in Leeds City Art Gallery. On the left is a cast of Frederick Dawson, pianist. Behind the bust of Lord Airedale is a memorial plaque for Phil May, artist, born in Wortley.
[6]Leeds City Art Gallery (City Centre)
Leeds City Art Gallery1911. Interior View of Queens Room in Leeds City Art Gallery. In the centre of the room is a statue on a pedestal surrounded by chairs. The walls are filled with paintings. The decorative border of the ceiling can also be seen.