• Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Art of the Four

    The Glasgow Style is the name given to the work of a group of young designers and architects working in Glasgow from 1890–1914. At its centre were four young friends who had trained at Glasgow School of Art; two architects and two artists – Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Herbert MacNair, Margaret Macdonald and Frances Macdonald – who were simply known by their friends and contemporaries as ‘The Four’. Their work was a personal vision in the new international style of the 1890s, Art Nouveau, and is perhaps best known for Mackintosh’s architecture and furniture. But at the root of this new style was a graphic language which all four shared.Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Art of The Four presents the most coherent story to date of this important group, concentrating on the entirety of their artistic imagery and output, far beyond the best known work of the 1890s, and charting the constantly changing relationships between the artists and their work.  

    • ASIN: 0711236844

  • The Life, Times and Work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh

    The work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh was ground-breaking in his own time and still inspires and influences much of the art world today. This beautifully illustrated book captures the excitement and vitality of his art, presenting a fascinating insight into the life of one of the world’s most celebrated designers. High-quality reproductions of some of his most important and lesser-known work, bring to life one of Britain’s greatest artistic eras. 2018 will mark the 150th anniversary of his birth.

    • ASIN: B01C9KZY2M

  • Taking Tea with Mackintosh: The Story of Miss Cranston's Tea Rooms

    In 1896, Kate Cranston, the pioneer of Glasgow tea rooms in the late nineteenth century, commissioned Charles Rennie Mackintosh -- who would become one of the Western world's most renowned designers -- to design her tea rooms, and over the next two decades he did so with dazzling inventiveness. (Mackintosh's wife, Margaret, herself an artist, also made important contributions to the interior designs.) A pair of perfectionists, Cranston and Mackintosh opened up a unique, avant-garde artistic world to thousands of ordinary people. Their tea rooms became internationally famous.Taking Tea with Mackintosh illustrates this exciting collaboration with black-and-white historical photographs of the tea rooms and color photographs of their surviving components. In addition, sixteen recipes for traditional tea room cakes, breads, and pastries are supplied, offering the best chance the reader will have to revisit these extraordinary places.

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    • ASIN: 0764906925

  • Charles Rennie Mackintosh The Wassail Night Light

    The oil painted panel by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for the Ladies Luncheon Room, Ingram Street Tea Rooms, Glasgow (1900), is the inspiration for this night light. This Illuminart Night Light beautifully reproduces this panel with a high res. glass covered transparency image, metal framed. The prongs on the night light base rotate 360 degrees. So no matter which way your outlet has been installed, the image will always face up. Complete with bulb. Gift boxed. Size: 3.75" x 3". Availability: Usually ships the next business day.

    • Brand: Illuminart
    • ASIN: B001U5XIQ2
    • UPC: 071605108989

  • Sterling Silver Charles Rennie Mackintosh Brooch (Pin) with Gift Box

    Sterling Silver Charles Rennie Mackintosh Brooch with Gift Box

    • Color: Silver
    • Brand: Alexander Castle
    • ASIN: B01HDE5AO6

  • Letter Opener 18cm Pewter Handle Charles Rennie Mackintosh Glasgow Tulip Design

    Wonderful handmade from high quality British Pewter in our Sheffield Factory. Makes a Fantastic gift for any occasion Christenings Weddings as Trophies 18th Birthdays 21st Birthdays and many more. Comes in a Black Cardboard presentation box. Made by World renowned pewter manufacturers from leadfree pewter. Item may be able to be engraved enquire with us to find out the cost and possibility of engraving.

    • Color: Silver
    • Brand: I Luv Ltd
    • ASIN: B00HQRN1ZG

  • Pewter Round Flask Charles Rennie Mackintosh Glasgow Rose Screw Top 6oz

    6oz Round Pewter Flask Glasgow Rose A classic round flask with base carrying a Mackintosh inspired Glasgow Rose pattern in a brightly polished finish. Features Ideal for those cold days to share and enjoy a whisky nip. Made in the UK from pewter and does not contain Lead. Leakproof screw top with optional captive top Comes in gift box This beautiful Hip Flask in Pewter is manufactured to the highest quality which makes it an ideal gift you can buy for any occasion or as a treat for yourself. Each Hip flask comes with a decorated or plain section which can be engraved on. Large or small each flask can be easily stored in your hand bag jacket or in the back pocket for a quality Scottish whisky nip for yourself or you can share with friends on a cold winters day or just to enjoy a quality whisky nip. Pewter products make ideal gifts for the following events Christenings Weddings as Trophies 18th Birthdays 21st Birthdays and many more. The craftspeople employed over the years have been of the highest standard coming from the days when steam power and belt driven motors were used when candle and oil were the only means of light. Through the torrid times of world wars thankfully to the up to date amenities of the present day our craftspeople are still here.

    • Color: Silver
    • Brand: iLuv
    • ASIN: B00HQRNFUW

  • Mackintosh's Masterwork

    Analyzes in detail Scottish architect Charles Rennie Macintosh's greatest work, the Glasgow School of Art, with commentaries discussing the school's place in the development of architecture

    • Brand: Brand: Chronicle Books
    • ASIN: 0877016631

  • Charles Rennie Mackintosh Deluxe Treasury #1-3 Counted Cross Stitch Patterns Charts

    BONUS: 3 charts for the price of 2! This is a cross-stitch pattern, not a completed product. It is not a kit, and contains no floss or fabric. This purchase is for a paper chart and contains no floss or fabric. Charles Rennie Mackintosh 1868 -1928 was a Scottish architect, designer, watercolorist and sculptor. He was a designer in the Arts and Crafts movement and also the main exponent of Art Nouveau in the United Kingdom. He had a considerable influence on European design. He was born in Glasgow and he died in London.

    • Brand: Orenco Originals
    • ASIN: B07HVMQPX2

  • Stained Glass Mackintosh Rose Stem - Red

    Mackintosh Rose Stem This flower needs no water, is always in bloom, and won't die. This rose stem in the style of artist Charles Rennie Mackintosh is made with the Tiffany method and features a deep red cathedral glass "bloom" and green opalescent glass leaves. The stem is real copper. *Vase not included*. Place the flower into a single-stem vase (a heavy one to prevent tipping), insert into the soil in a pot, or place in the ground in your garden. This item is 100% lead free. Made with tin/copper/silver solder. Weight: approx. 2 ozDimensions: approx. 11 inches tall including stem. Bloom is 1.75 inches in diameter. Contains no plastic. No plastic shipping materials used.

    • Color: red, green
    • Brand: Glass Art by John
    • ASIN: B07CZQYNRC

  • 3dRose Charles Rennie Mackintosh Tulip Design in Arts and Crafts Style-Sports Water Bottle, 21oz (wb_219142_1), 21 oz Multicolored

    Made of stainless steel. Capacity: 21oz;2 twist on caps - 1 easy-flow drinking spout and 1 standard cap. Carabineer clip also included; Custom printed high gloss image sublimated directly to white glossy exterior surface; Fits most cup holders; Not intended for dishwasher or microwave use

    • Color: Multicolor
    • Brand: 3dRose
    • ASIN: B014VK2M3M
    • UPC: 190133721054

  • Design By Desire: A Novel Of Charles Rennie Mackintosh *** Number 1 Book ***

    Modigliani, Van Gough, James Dean, Amy Whitehouse, George Best, Richard Burton, Alex Higgins . . . if the saddest thing in life is wasted talent then shed some tears for Charles Rennie Mackintosh – a genius born to create beautiful buildings at a period in history when the rest of the world was intent on tearing them down, a man ahead of his time, but destroyed by it. Yet the beauty remains his legacy . . . and hope for all lovers.* Number 1, Amazon/Kindle/Art History/Modern, November 217

    • ASIN: B0773SXXFD

  • Sterling Silver Charles Rennie Mackintosh Pendant & Earring Gift Set

    Sterling Silver Charles Rennie Mackintosh Pendant & Earring Gift Set - This Silver gift set comes with a pendant and set of earrings. The pendant comes complete with an 18" silver chain and makes a great gift. This item comes presented in a dedicated jewellery box.

    • Brand: Alexander Castle
    • ASIN: B0721N683B

  • Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Glasgow School of Art : 3. Ironwork and Metalwork / edited and annotated by H. Jefferson Barnes

    68pp., 48 b&w illus., 21 line drawings. Selection of furniture by Mackintosh from his celebrated Glasgow School of Art, each photograph accompanied by a graphic representation of its design.

    • ASIN: B0012S97TY

  • iLuv Quaich Scottish Pewter Plain Rennie Mackintosh Glasgow Rose 4" Cup of Friendship

    4 inch Pewter Quaich Classic Glasgow Rose Scotlands Cup of Friendship A four inch Quaich with plain handles and a Mackintosh inspired Glasgow Rose on the inside in a brightly polished finish. Features Scotlands Cup of Friendship Made in the UK from leadfree pewter to the highest standards World renowned pewter manufacturer Comes boxed with a gift box The Quaich Scotlands Cup of Friendship was for centuries a common domestic utensil which originated in the West Highlands of Scotland. It was the dish from which the Scot supped his porridge and drank his ale. The Quaich became the traditional toasting cup of welcome in Scotland or even good wishes upon farewell or parting. Surviving the centuries and mystique of history it its truly Scotlands Cup of Friendship. The Quaich or Quaigh pronounced Quakequot a cultural icon

    • Color: Silver
    • Brand: iLuv
    • ASIN: B00HQRMC1A

  • Mackintosh's Masterwork: Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Glasgow School of Art

    Now available in a paperback edition, this beautifully illustrated volume remains the first comprehensive work to examine turn-of-the-century architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh's crowning achievement--the Glasgow School of Art. Meticulously compiled by fine-art and architecture staff members of the Glasgow School, the book includes 200 color and black-and-white photographs documenting the landmark building's innovative structure and decoration, including the remarkable furniture Mackintosh designed specifically for the interior. Seven essays by some of the world's foremost architectural historians complete this exceptional volume. Architects and designers, as well as the ever-growing audience for the Arts and Crafts movement, will find this both an invaluable guide and a stunning tribute to an extraordinary artist.

    • Brand: Brand: Chronicle Books
    • ASIN: 0811809323

  • Sterling Silver Scottish Rennie Mackintosh Glasgow Rose Flower Stud with Pink Enamel - 8mm

    Sterling Silver Rennie Mackintosh rose flower stud with Pink enamel - 9mm

    • Brand: Heather Needham
    • ASIN: B00VX34E8C
    • UPC: 701851638779

  • Charles Rennie Mackintosh 2019 Wall Calendar

    In 1896, Charles Rennie Mackintosh (Scottish, 1868-1928) set the direction for modern European architecture with his art nouveau-influenced design for The Glasgow School of Art. Commissions for everything from mansions to tearooms followed. Mackintosh remained in Glasgow for two decades, designing buildings, furniture, textiles, and wallpapers. His bold originality was recognized and appreciated on the Continent but went largely unnoticed at home.In 1914 he and his English-born wife, artist Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh (1864-1933), left Glasgow for England, where Mackintosh focused on textile design. He also produced-often collaborating with Margaret-a series of floral still-life watercolor compositions. After they moved to France in 1923, Mackintosh devoted himself to landscape painting, producing a series of remarkable studies of French towns and countryside. This calendar presents ten examples from the now-revered Scot's wide-ranging oeuvre and two by Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh.All of Pomegranate's calendars are printed with soy-based inks on FSC certified paper, which means the paper has been certified by the Forest Stewardship Council and manufactured by an FSC certified printer. FSC certification promotes responsible forest management by ensuring that forestry practices...

    • Brand: 2019 Calendars
    • ASIN: B07K4VC24P

  • Orenco Originals Talwin Morris's Song Birds Design for Blackie Counted Cross Stitch

    This is a cross-stitch pattern, not a completed product. It is not a kit, and contains no floss or fabric. This purchase is for a paper chart and contains no floss or fabric. This chart was inspired by the art of Talwin Morris who was Born in 1865 in Winchester, England, Morris moved to Glasgow in 1893 to become the Art Director for the publisher Blackie & Son. As of 1898, he was also designing books for Blackie & Son's subsidiary, Gresham Publishing. Morris befriended Charles Rennie Mackintosh and other artists of the Glasgow Style, a particularly Scottish expression of Art Nouveau. In fact, one of Mackintosh's better known buildings, Hill House, designed for Walter Blackie, shows a large Talwin Morris' influence. He introduced Mackintosh to Walter Blackie and championed his work. Morris also commissioned book designs from Mackintosh and from a number of other artists in the Glasgow Style circle. His designs also reflected many of the stylistic forms and symbols found in the others' works. Those forms draw on natural shapes such as roses, stems and feathers but Morris also used linear and architectural motifs in his designs. Blackie & Son sold popular books, including children's books, school texts, theological and philosophical works, popular novels, and poetry. They also publi...

    • Brand: Orenco Originals
    • ASIN: B0081B42HM