I was fascinated to find that the exhibition features a portrait of Lady Isabella Elder in mourning dress. After the death of her husband, John Elder, a partner in one of the world's leading shipbuilders, she purchased 37 acres near Elder's Fairfield Shipyard and created Elder Park, named in his honour and that of her father-in-law. The park was gifted to Glasgow City Council and I have asked that it is considered a Common Good Asset.
A portrait of Lady Isabella Elder in mourning dress.
Further information about Lady Elder at: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isabella_Elder