Family (Click & Collect)

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This framed artwork is available through our Glasgow  "Click & Collect" service.

Once we receive your order, our Glasgow team will be in touch to arrange a suitable time for you to collect your purchase at our Princes Square t Gallery.

If you wish to know more about this artwork before purchase, then please email

Mounted and framed in a dark brown, antique look frame.

Family is a signed limited edition print in two sizes, based on the original painting by Alexander Millar.

Boutique Giclee Print on Paper £445
Image Dimensions 55cm wide x 39cm high

Framed Dimensions 86cm wide x 70cm high
Editions 295
The 'boutique' collection consists of a handful of the most popular limited edition prints, produced on a slightly reduced scale for those who wish to fill a smaller space with vibrant artwork. Alexander's 'gadgies' are the focus of this collection - all in happy situations.

Standard Gilclee print on Paper
Image Dimensions 75cm wide x 50cm high
Framed Dimensions 112cm wide x 82cm high
Editions 295

“With so much change in the world at the moment, there’s a natural desire to hanker back to simpler times when the family provided constancy and certainty.

For so many of us growing up in the baby boomer years, the family was a fairly straightforward unit, but no matter the make up of the family (and the extended family) - memories of the family can provide happy, nostalgic reminiscences that help us navigate the world today

Some of my happiest times as a child, would be when we enjoyed a rare day out. In this work I've even included the pet cat, though I doubt the cat (or the dog) joined us on excursions.”

Alexander Millar’s paintings manage to trigger memories of dads, mams, grandads, grans, aunties, uncles and old neighbours. His work allows the viewer to tap into an emotional well that evokes memories of a parent or grandparent, almost smelling the damp wool and cigarette smoke of the working man (and woman).

He captures moments in time when ‘gadgies’ are pushing bikes uphill, gossiping on street corners, sauntering along canal paths or heading through factory gates.


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