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Charles Rennie MacIntosh, In Fairyland, 1897

In Fairyland - Charles Rennie Mackintosh 1897

harles Rennie Mackintosh (7 June 1868 – 10 December 1928) was a Scottish architect, designer, water colourist and artist. He was a designer in the Arts and Crafts movement and also the main representative of Art Nouveau in the United Kingdom. He had considerable influence on European design. He was born in Glasgow and he died in London.

⊰ Posing with Posies ⊱ paintings of women and flowers - Charles Rennie Mackintosh - 1897

"i always imagined Rain was a dark-haired goddess dancing in the springtime"

"i always imagined Rain was a dark-haired goddess dancing in the springtime" Gustav Klimt

Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928) - Whether the Roses be your Lips or your Lips the Roses. Pencil and Watercolour on Tracing Paper. Glasgow, Scotland. Circa 1898. 46.3cm x 19.5cm.

elyssediamond: “ “Whether the roses be your lips or your lips the roses” Charles Rennie Mackintosh pencil and watercolour on brown tracing paper x Notes: Mackintosh produced a series.

charles rennie mackintosh

Charles Rennie Mackintosh was an architect, water colourist and artist born in Glasgow in 1868 and died in represented art nouveau in the UK. In this design he takes influence from the organic, colourful work that surrounds him.

Charles Rennie Mackintosh - Full Moon in September

Charles Rennie Mackintosh (a beautiful gift from a treasured friend )

Correction:: Apparently many of these works are by Dai and Jenny Vaughan done in a similar style the MacDonald Sisters. Sorry for the errors! I hope this is right but I believe these are the works by Dai and Jenny Vaughan: The MacDonald sisters Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh and Frances MacDonald MacNair along with both their husbands were known as the Glasgow School. The four were a huge influence on the Art Nouveau movement. They are credited for being influential on artist Gustav K...

MacDonald Sisters

aubrey beardsley, The Art Nouveau Sisters, MacIntosh and Macdonald

margaret macdonald mackintosh

Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh was a Scottish artist whose design work became one of the defining features of the "Glasgow Style" during the

Art Nouveau Charles Rennie Mackintosh, In Fairyland, 1897 - Yahoo Image Search Results

Fairies, 1898 by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

Drawing for a New Year's Card Charles Rennie Mackintosh (British, Glasgow, Scotland 1868–1928 London)

Drawing for a New Year's Card Charles Rennie Mackintosh (British, Glasgow, Scotland London)

Margaret MacDonald 1898 on Flickr. Bookplate or Ex-Libris by Margaret MacDonald. The Arts & Crafts Society There where mystery dwells shall the flowers of imagination bloom.

≡ Bookplate Estate ≡ vintage ex libris labels︱artful book plates - Ex Libris by Margaret Macdonald for husband Charles Rennie Mackintosh, "There Where Mystery Dwells Shall the Flowers of Imagination Bloom"

Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh • O Ye, All Ye That Walk in Willowwood

Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh • O Ye, All Ye That Walk in Willowwood

Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh

Homage to Willow Wood, Dai and Jenny Vaughan

Death mask of Mary Queen of Scots. She was very beautiful and it is said that Queen Elizabeth was jealous of her beauty.

Death mask of Mary Queen of Scots. She was very beautiful and it is said that Queen Elizabeth was jealous of her beauty. I've read a book about the Queen of scots- er, rather her fool. It was a historical fiction, though, called The Queen's Own Fool

Presumed portrait of Mary, Queen of Scots (1542–1587)

Called 'Mary, Queen of Scots ALL THE PUFFS. The nose and eye color look very similar to the various Mary portraits by Clouet when she was Dauphine of France.

Mary Queen of Scots 1542-1587 - (Mary Stuart or Mary I of Scotland) was queen regnant of Scotland. Mary spent most of her childhood in France whilst Scotland was ruled by regents, and in 1558, she married Francis, Dauphin of France. Vivacious, beautiful, and clever, Mary had a promising childhood. She was considered a pretty child and later, as a woman, strikingly attractive. She was a favourite with everyone, except Henry II's wife Catherine de' Medici.

Mary (Stuart), Queen of Scots - direct descendant of Margaret Tudor, daughter of Henry VII.

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