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By the end of the 19th century Glasgow School of Art was one of the leading art academies in Europe and after early success in the fine arts, the late 1890s saw Glasgow’s reputation in architecture and the decorative arts reach an all time high. At the very heart of this success was a talented young architect and designer, Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868 - 1928) whose reputation was to quickly spread beyond his native city and who, over a century later, is still regarded as the father of Glasgow Style.

Mackintosh took his inspiration from our Scottish traditions and blended them with the flourish of Art Nouveau and the simplicity of Japanese forms. Much of his work has survived. It can be seen today alongside that of his close collaborators in the group known as "The Four" and the other artists and designers who collectively created "The Glasgow Style". Info source: www.crmsociety.com

 

       
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360° visualization of Mackintosh furniture iDesign / Design Objects / Hill House Chair

about Gothic Revival: iDesign / Styles / Art Nouveau

about Arts and Crafts: iDesign / sKeystones / Arts and Crafts

more about Mackintosh and Glasgow Style: www.crmsociety.com , www.designmuseum.org

Art Nouveau furniture manufacturer:www.artnouveaufurniture.com, www.achome.co.uk

 

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