The life & works of Charles Rennie Mackintosh / Nathaniel Harris.
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- ISBN: 0947782591
- Physical Description: 79 pages : color illustrations ; 21 cm
- Publisher: Bath, England : Lomond Books, 2000,
Originally published : Great Britain : Paragon Books Ltd., 1998.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh was one of Scotland's most creative figures, internationally renowned at the turn of the century as a pioneering architect and designer. Glasgow School of Art was his masterpiece, but Mackintosh also designed private houses and even city tea rooms--which were, in fact, among his most delightful works. Every detail in his buildings was Mackintosh's own work, and his spacious, light-filled interiors and elegant white furniture were breathtaking innovations, their apparent simplicity enlivened by exquisitely poetic touches of Art Nouveau ornament. This stunning collection of colour photographs shows every facet of Mackintosh's career, from his buildings, interiors, furniture, stained glass and posters to the textile designs and lovely watercolours of his final years.
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|Subject:||Mackintosh, Charles Rennie, 1868-1928 > Criticism and interpretation.
Arts and crafts movement > Scotland.