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House For An Art Lover ("Haus eines Kunstfreundes") built based on a design by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Margaret MacDonald for an ideas competition in Zeitschrift für Innendekoration.

Charles Rennie Mackintosh & Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh - The Piano in the Music Room. The House for an Art Lover.

This piece falls more into the deign arena- I love it!  Armchair (for Hous'hill, Catherine Cranston's residence, Glasgow, Scotland) c. 1904  Charles Rennie Mackintosh   (Scottish, 1868 - 1928) Made by Alex Martin  (Scotland, active 1898-1909) Glass by McCulloch and Company   (Scotland)  Virginia Museum of Art  Stained wood, glass, upholstery

ca 1904 Charles Rennie Mackintosh stained wood upholstered armchair with glass trim for Hous'hill, residence in Glasgow of Catherine Cranston. Made by Alex Martin; glass by McCulloch & Co.


Charles Rennie Mackintosh – Architect & Designer

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Opaque glass and mirror panel, from the Room de Luxe, Willow Tea Rooms, Glasgow 1903 Hunterian Art Gallery Mackintosh collections: GLAHA 52567

Charles Rennie Macintosh - Drawing room fireplace

Fireplace, for the drawing room, 120 Mains Street, Glasgow Hunterian Art Gallery Mackintosh collections.

The dining room Hill House Helensburgh Dumbartonshire

The Hill House in Helensburg (Scotland) was created between and is considered to be one of the most important creations of Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh. This picture shows the interior view of the dining room, photo © Prestel

Mackintosh. Oh so lovely!

The Music Room, Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s House For An Art Lover, Belahouston, Glasgow

White table and chair by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for the Willow Tea Rooms c.1903

ca 1903 Charles Rennie Mackintosh white table and chair for the Willow Tea Rooms.