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Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh by James Craig Annan circa 1901

Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh artist, wife of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, photographed by James Craig Annan, circa

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Klimt met Emilie Louise Floge at the beginning of the 1890s, and this woman was his life companion until his death. Emilie was an Austrian f...

Emilie Flöge in Fashion Salon 'Sisters Flöge'. Photo by Madame d'Ora. Fall (Photo by Imagno/Getty Images)

Emilie Flöge in einem Kleid mit einem Einsatz aus Rybany, Slowakei. Foto: Friedrich Walker 1913, Kat. S. 16

Emilie Flöge in einem Kleid mit einem Einsatz aus Rybany, Slowakei. Foto: Friedrich Walker 1913, Kat. S. 16

Dalhousie Street entrance of Glasgow School of Art

Mackintosh roses reflected in the windows of the Glasgow School of Art, designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

Petunia, Walberswick1914 Source The Hunterian Museum & Art Gallery University of Glasgow

Plant Study ▫ Petunia / Walberswick by Charles Rennie Mackintosh (CRM) in collaboration with Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh (MMM) ▫ 1914

Side Chair, 1897. Oak and silk, 138,1 x 50,8 x 45,7 cm, seat 43,2 cm. Gift of the Glasgow School of Art. (The Museum of Modern Art, NY)

Side Chair, Oak and silk, x x cm, seat cm. Gift of the Glasgow School of Art. (The Museum of Modern Art, NY)

Charles Rennie Mackintosh's, wife Margaret Macdonald-Mackintosh was part of the Glasgow 4 collective and very much a fine artist in her own right

Charles Rennie Mackintosh's, wife Margaret Macdonald-Mackintosh was part of the Glasgow 4 collective and very much a fine artist in her own right

Obituary of Charles Rennie Mackintosh from Glasgow Herald 15th December 1928

Obituary of Charles Rennie Mackintosh from Glasgow Herald December 1928

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