The Mackintosh building is probably the greatest piece of art ever produced in this country and its destruction meant the whole world, not just Scotland, lost a treasure.
An international appeal that raised £20 million to rebuild Glasgow School of Art after a devastating fire is under scrutiny after it emerged insurance payouts covered the restoration work.
It was, the great and the good of the art world agreed, a splendid idea.
The shock and sadness drifted like smoke from the west end of Sauchiehall Street around the world.
THE Glasgow School of Art has moved six inches since it was gutted by a blaze last week, according to the council leader.
BUSINESSES around the Glasgow School of Art fire yesterday warned they face ruin in the wake of the blaze.
ONE of Scotland’s iconic buildings, the Glasgow School of Art, lay in ruins yesterday after being gutted by a massive fire.
FIRE safety systems being installed as part of the restoration of Glasgow School of Art were not working when the devastating blaze ripped through the historic building, it was claimed yesterday.
FIRE has caused “extensive” damage at Glasgow’s famed Mackintosh Building and hit multimillion-pound restoration work carried out in the aftermath of a previous blaze, a fire officer has confirmed.