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RELIGIOUS CONVERSION FOR RMJM

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RMJM has been given the green light to transform a 19th-century bathhouse into a new studio space and gallery for controversial Scottish artist Peter Howson. The £750,000 development, in Glasgow's Merchant City, will also become home for the artist, who is best known for his contentious religious drawings and for his nude paintings of Madonna.

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