Charles Rennie Mackintosh Art Chronology in Photos
Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928) a Scottish architect & designer created buildings & decorative arts in Symbolism, Arts and Crafts, Art Nouveau, & Glasgow styles.
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|Charles Rennie Mackintosh portrait by Francis Henry Newbery at National Portrait Gallery of Scotland.|
Early furniture by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at National Museum of Scotland.
|Settle (1895) by C.R. Mackintosh with panel by Margaret Mackintosh.||Bookcase for Dunglass Castle (1900) by C.R. Mackintosh.||Settle (1900) by C.R. Mackintosh.||Hanging light for 14 Kingsborough Gardens (1902) by C.R. Mackintosh.|
Glasgow Railway Terminus
Glasgow Herald Building
Glasgow School of Art
|Mackintosh's chairs for School of Art at Lighthouse museum.|
1898: Glasgow International Exhibition competition (models of Mackintosh's unbuilt entries at The Lighthouse).
|Bar & Dining Room for Glasgow International Exhibition.||Concert Hall for Glasgow International Exhibition.||Concert Hall for Glasgow International Exhibition.||Alternative concert Hall for Glasgow International Exhibition.|
Ruchill St. Free Church Hall.
A House for an Art Lover.
Hill House, Helensburgh.
Scotland Street School.
Mackintosh House (interior now at Hunterian Art Gallery).
Miss Cranston's tearooms (an ongoing project).
|Miss Cranston's tearoom Ladies' Luncheon Room decor (1900) at Kelvingrove Art Gallery.||Miss Cranston's tearoom Ladies' Luncheon Room furniture (1900) at Kelvingrove Art Gallery.||Miss Cranston's Tearoom Luncheon Room chairs (1900) at Kelvingrove Art Gallery.||Miss Cranston's Tearoom food display cabinet (1900) & Buchanan St. tearoom coat stand (1897) at Kelvingrove Art Gallery.|
|Miss Cranston's Tearoom (Ingram St.) high-back chair (1900) at The Lighthouse.||Miss Cranston's Tearoom Luncheon Room cutlery (1900) at Kelvingrove Art Gallery.||Miss Cranston's Tearoom Luncheon Room cutlery (1900) at The Lighthouse.||Recreated Miss Cranston's Willow Tea Rooms on Buchanan St.|
|Model of Miss Cranston's Willow Tea Rooms (1903 (217 Sauchiehall St., Glasgow) at The Lighthouse.||Watt Brothers Building (Sauchiehall St.) which hosts one of four of Miss Cranston's Willow Tea Rooms.||Round-back chairs & round two-level domino table (c1907) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for Miss Cranston's Tearooms at The Lighthouse.||Miss Cranston's Tearoom Chinese Blue Room (Ingram St.) fretted-back chair (1911) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at The Lighthouse.|