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1868-192

Charles Rennie Mackintosh , architect, designer and painter was born in Glasgow, Scotland and  designed some of the best Art Nouveau buildings and furniture in Britain. He won a design competition for his design for the Glasgow School of Art - light filled, it featured tall windows, soft colors and elegant proportions.  He worked in close collaboration with his wife Margaret Mackintosh becoming a leader of the "Glasgow Style", a movement related to Art Nouveau.  His designs included detailed interiors, textiles, furniture and metalwork and was exhibited at the Vienna Secession exhibition in 1900.

 

 

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 The Lighthouse, 1927

Small Art Nouveau Style Sofa in Charles Rennie Mackintosh Style

 Hill House, Built 1902-1904 by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Helensburgh, Scotland  
   Director's Room

 Chair, 1904

Design for a Music Room with Panels by Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh 1901  
   Montacute House, Somerset, 1895

 Welsh Dresser, 1918

 Design for a Dining Room, 1901  
 

 View of the Exterior, Built 1897-99

 Argyle Chair, 1903-1905

 View of a Studio, Built 1897-99

 
 

 The Willow Tea Rooms a Glasgow, c.1917

 Hill House Chairs, 1903-1905

 Electroplated Table Service, circa 1906  
   Table and Chairs, 1903-1905  Design for Clock Face, 1917

 Poster Advertising the Scottish Musical Review, Published by Banks and Co., Edinburgh and?

 
 

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