Dining room decor, House for an Art Lover, Glasgow. Plaster of Paris painted & highlighted, realized in 1996, according to Mackintosh's design by artists D & J Vaughan. The House for an Art Lover was constructed from drawings & plans by Mackintosh, and was built as a tribute to him & his wife, artist Margaret Macdonald. In 1901, Mackintosh took part in a competition by a German design mag (Innendekoration) for the creation of a House for an Art Lover

Dining room decor, House for an Art Lover, Glasgow. Plaster of Paris painted & highlighted, realized in 1996, according to Mackintosh's design by artists D & J Vaughan. The House for an Art Lover was constructed from drawings & plans by Mackintosh, and was built as a tribute to him & his wife, artist Margaret Macdonald. In 1901, Mackintosh took part in a competition by a German design mag (Innendekoration) for the creation of a House for an Art Lover

Dining room decor, House for an Art Lover, Glasgow. Plaster of Paris painted & highlighted, realized in 1996, according to Mackintosh's design by artists D & J Vaughan. The House for an Art Lover was constructed from drawings & plans by Mackintosh, and was built as a tribute to him & his wife, artist Margaret Macdonald. In 1901, Mackintosh took part in a competition by a German design mag: Innendekoration for the creation of a House for an Art Lover

Dining room decor, House for an Art Lover, Glasgow. Plaster of Paris painted & highlighted, realized in 1996, according to Mackintosh's design by artists D & J Vaughan. The House for an Art Lover was constructed from drawings & plans by Mackintosh, and was built as a tribute to him & his wife, artist Margaret Macdonald. In 1901, Mackintosh took part in a competition by a German design mag: Innendekoration for the creation of a House for an Art Lover

This is the central panel of a gesso wall frieze titled “The Wassail” by Charles Rennie Mackintosh from 1900. If you look closely enough, you can see the beads, string, and steel pins that embellish it. Mackintosh was a Scottish painter, architect, and designer of Art Nouveau and is often labelled as the pioneer of the Modernist Movement

This is the central panel of a gesso wall frieze titled “The Wassail” by Charles Rennie Mackintosh from 1900. If you look closely enough, you can see the beads, string, and steel pins that embellish it. Mackintosh was a Scottish painter, architect, and designer of Art Nouveau and is often labelled as the pioneer of the Modernist Movement

Décor de la salle à manger (House for an art lover, Glasgow), 1901 by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Art Nouveau (Modern). design

Décor de la salle à manger (House for an art lover, Glasgow), 1901 by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Art Nouveau (Modern). design

William De Morgan Tile

William De Morgan Tile

Décor de la salle à manger de la Maison pour un amateur d'art, sur platre de Paris peint et mis en relief, réalisé en 1996, d'après les dessins de C.R. Mackintosh et de M. Macdonald,  par les artistes D. et J. Vauchan.  La "Maison pour un amateur d'art" a été reconstituée, à partir des dessins et des plans de l'architecte, peintre et designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Construite dans le parc Bellahouston, elle fait partie de l'offre culturelle de la ville de Glasgow en hommage au fondateur…

Décor de la salle à manger de la Maison pour un amateur d'art, sur platre de Paris peint et mis en relief, réalisé en 1996, d'après les dessins de C.R. Mackintosh et de M. Macdonald, par les artistes D. et J. Vauchan. La "Maison pour un amateur d'art" a été reconstituée, à partir des dessins et des plans de l'architecte, peintre et designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Construite dans le parc Bellahouston, elle fait partie de l'offre culturelle de la ville de Glasgow en hommage au fondateur…

Odilon Redon ~ The Spring

Odilon Redon ~ The Spring

Décor de la salle à manger (House for an art lover, Glasgow), 1901 by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Art Nouveau (Modern). design

Décor de la salle à manger (House for an art lover, Glasgow), 1901 by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Art Nouveau (Modern). design

C.R. Mackintosh

C.R. Mackintosh

Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh (1865-1933) - The Dew. Beaten Tin in a Wooden Frame. Circa 1900. Made for the Ladies' Luncheon Room at the Ingram Street Tea Rooms, Glasgow, Scotland.

Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh (1865-1933) - The Dew. Beaten Tin in a Wooden Frame. Circa 1900. Made for the Ladies' Luncheon Room at the Ingram Street Tea Rooms, Glasgow, Scotland.

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