The Lost Clyde – The Paintings of James Watt

Public Sector

Last updated 2 months ago

The Lost Clyde – The Paintings of James Watt

A service by The Watt Institution

01475 715628
15 Kelly Street, Greenock, PA16 8JX (around km away)
wattinstitution@inverclyde.gov.uk
The Watt Institution
Painting Heritage Leisure activities

About the Service

The Lost Clyde is a new exhibition of artwork by famous Inverclyde maritime painter James Watt to celebrate his 90th birthday. Born in Port Glasgow, James Watt studied at The Glasgow School of Art and has dedicated his life to recording the remarkable River Clyde and its industries. From charting the mid-twentieth century highs to the more recent lows, his work forms both a highly personal and irreplaceable historic archive of a river whose industries helped shape the modern world and personifies the notion of the artist as the ‘chronicler of change’.

Accessibility

Physically Accessible: Fully
Dementia Friendly: Yes
Autism Friendly: Yes

Key Info

Opening Hours

Wed. 10.00-1600
Thu. 10.00-16.00
Fri. 10.00-16.00
Sat. 10.00-16.00

Service Usage

Cost: Free

Found an error, or have some feedback?

Feedback for The Lost Clyde – The Paintings of James Watt

Message