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Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Davidson, Fiona; Mackintosh, Charles Rennie, 1868-1928; Wilks, Jean, 1917-2014

Charles Rennie Mackintosh was an innovator, and is undoubtedly one of Scotland's most celebrated architects. His astounding buildings creatively reinterpreted the past and opened the way for the Modern Movement. Architecture was his first love, though he was also a highly accomplished artist and designer of interiors, furniture, metalwork, glass and textiles. His extraordinary work is still regarded today as innovative and modern and continues to astonish and delight art lovers everywhere

Book. English.
Published Andover: Pitkin, 1998

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Details

Statement of responsibility: Fiona Davidson
ISBN: 0853728747, 9780853728740
Physical Description: 29 p. : ill. (some col.), ports. ; 24 cm.
Series: Pitkin guides
Subject: Architecture, Scottish; Scotland : architecture : Art Nouveau style; Architecture : nineteenth and twentieth century
Custodial: Donated by Jean Wilks in 2015

Contents

  1. The early years.
  2. The Four.
  3. Glasgow School of Art.
  4. The city architect.
  5. The domestic architect.
  6. The Mackintosh House.
  7. Vienna, Turin and Moscow.
  8. House for an Art Lover.
  9. The Hill House.
  10. The Willow Tea Rooms.
  11. Walberswick and flower painting.
  12. Chelsea and Derngate.
  13. France and the last years.
  14. The legacy.
  15. Places to visit