Flickriver: Photoset 'Hill House - Helensburgh by Charles Rennie Mackintosh' by abbozzo
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The One and Only Toshie: Charles Rennie Mackintosh
teatowel by Gillian Kyle I finally got to visit Glasgow. It was a flying one day visit as a surprise for my sister's birthday. She loves Mackintosh so we drove her up to Glasgow for a Mackintosh themed day. We...
Sorry, I know, terrible light, grey clouds, the worst weather for architecture photography. As the weather was not supposed to change and my daughter was a bit impatient, I had to take it as it was.
Mackintosh Building Facade
Front view of central aspect of Mackintosh Buiilding including main entrance and Director's Room and Studio
Spotlight: Charles Rennie Mackintosh
As one of the leading minds of art-nouveau in the UK, Charles Rennie Mackintosh (7 June 1868 – 10 December 1928) left a lasting impression in art and architecture. With a surprisingly brief architectural career, Mackintosh managed to stand out at the international level in art and design with his personal style known as the "Mackintosh Rose" motif. Born in Glasgow in 1868, Mackintosh is known for his play between hard angles and soft curves, heavy material and sculpted light. Though he was…