War and religious artist's project on legendary religious founder of Celtic FC to help restore Scottish church

An previously unseen Peter Howson artwork, entitled Brother Walfrid, will be officially unveiled in Glasgow, Scotland, tomorrow and sales of prints will help fund the refurbishment of the east end Church where the aformentioned religious brother founded Celtic Football Club.

1888 set of prints, complete with Peter Mullan DVD, will be sold for £600 each to mark the year Celtic was founded. A percentage of the funds raised will be donated to St Mary’s Church, Calton, Glasgow for refurbishment work.

Mr Howson’s portrait of St John Ogilvie was part of the recent extensive renovations at St Andrew’s Cathedral, Glasgow

Full report: sconews.co.uk/news/41206/howson-brother-walfrid-project-to-help-st-marys-church/

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