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Silk banner, stenciled and painted by Margaret MacDonald, artist and wife of Charles Mackintosh, 1904

Silk banner, stenciled and painted by Margaret MacDonald, artist and wife of Charles Mackintosh, 1904

Collar | Jessie Newbery, Glasgow Scotland, c. 1900, embroidered linen with silks/beaded/appliqued | V&A Search the Collections

Collar

Collar | Jessie Newbery, Glasgow Scotland, c. 1900, embroidered linen with silks/beaded/appliqued | V&A Search the Collections

Fairies by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, 1898 http://artilo-artilo.blogspot.ca/2012/07/charles-rennie-mackintosh.html?m=1

Fairies by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, 1898 http://artilo-artilo.blogspot.ca/2012/07/charles-rennie-mackintosh.html?m=1

Combining a progressive modernity with the spirit of romanticism, Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928) created many of the best loved and most influential buildings, furniture and decorative schemes of the early 20th century and in his home town of Glasgow his work is still cherished and preserved and still continues to inspire.

Combining a progressive modernity with the spirit of romanticism, Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928) created many of the best loved and most influential buildings, furniture and decorative schemes of the early 20th century and in his home town of Glasgow his work is still cherished and preserved and still continues to inspire.

Hanging from The Willow Tea Rooms, Glasgow c.1904    Hunterian Art Gallery Mackintosh collections: GLAHA 53118

Hanging from The Willow Tea Rooms, Glasgow c.1904 Hunterian Art Gallery Mackintosh collections: GLAHA 53118

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