A NEW exhibition celebrating the life and work of a celebrated Glasgow artist will open later this year.

Hannah Frank was among the last links to the Art Nouveau movement before her death ten years ago on Thursday at the age of 100 and is renowned for her striking black and white drawings.

It is said that most tenements in Glasgow had a print of her art at one time. British Australian actress Miriam Margolyes, OBE is among the artist’s celebrity fans.

A new exhibition of her work will open at Glasgow University Chapel on October 15, running until February 6 and a programme of talks, events and workshops is also planned.

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Glasgow-born Hannah studied English, Latin, and Moral Philosophy at Glasgow University while also developing her artistic talent at evening classes at the Glasgow School of Art.

Her work saw a huge resurgence in popularity in the decade before her death, touring the length and breadth of the UK and in the United States.

For 49 consecutive years, her drawings and sculpture were exhibited at the Royal Glasgow Institute; and her works have also been on show at the Royal Scottish Academy and the Royal Academy.