Alasdair Gray mural obscured by dining room wallpaper

In a documentary celebrating his 70th birthday, Scottish novelist Alasdair Gray reveals that his “first and arguably most controversial mural . . . was wallpapered over because its scenes of nuclear war and crucifixion were deemed inappropriate for a family dining room.”


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