Public Art In Scotland

Scotland, the "home of the brave", is a country within the United Kingdom. Scotland has partial self-government within the United Kingdom as well as representation in the UK Parliament. Settlers began building the first known permanent houses on Scottish soil about 9500 years ago, and the first villages began popping uparound 6000 years ago. Scotland is well known for its kilts, bagpipes, whisky and Haggis.

Public Art in Renfrewshire

Renfrewshire is a county in Scotland that flourished during the Industrial Revolution producing cotton, calico and silk. It also was noted for its ship building, distilleries and printing.


Greenock was established in the 1660's as a port town and prospered due to the sugar trade. Greenock's most well known son is engineer James Watt . Noted statues and sculptures in Greenock include Gourock’s Girl On A Suitcase statue, Ginger The Horse sculpture, The Wood Nymph and James Watt statue.

Public Art In Greenock - Featuring : Greenock Street Scene,

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