AN exhibition celebrating the life and work of acclaimed Glasgow artist Hannah Frank is to open a month later than planned.

The Hannah Frank 110th birthday exhibition at ­Glasgow University Chapel will get under way on November 19.

Hannah, who died at the age of 100, was widely considered the last link to the Scottish Art Nouveau movement and is famed for her other-wordly black and white drawings. Celebrity fans include the actress Miriam Margolyes.

A full programme of events including talks, arts activities, and tours has also bee organised by volunteers.

Hannah’s niece, Fiona Frank, has worked with Glasgow University to commemorate what would have been her 110th year.

She said: “Hannah Frank drew many of her most striking black and white drawings while a young undergraduate at Glasgow University, and the volunteers, all studying art-related subjects at Glasgow university themselves, have a strong affinity with her.

“They will put on tailored activities for adult or school groups during the life of the exhibition and can also travel around Scotland to bring Hannah Frank’s art to life for schools or groups.”