After entering Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum from Argyle Street, you are immediately rewarded with this spectacular view of Centre Hall. The chandeliers (called electroliers) and sunlight streaming through the windows illuminates the ornate walls constructed from Giffnock sandstone. Among the arches are carved shields with the names of famous composers. Most spectacular is the pipe organ by Lewis and Co. It is encased in walnut and accented with cherub figures blowing trumpets.