Charles Rennie Mackintosh Chairs Photos

Charles Rennie Mackintosh, a Scottish architect, pioneered new designs in chairs & other seating.

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Settle by Charles Rennie Mackintosh with panel by Margaret Mackintosh made by J&W Guthrie of Glasgow at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Settle column detail by Charles Rennie Mackintosh made by J&W Guthrie of Glasgow at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Armchair by Charles Rennie Mackintosh of Scotland at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Tub armchair for Argyle Street Tea Rooms by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Settle (1895) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh with panel by Margaret Mackintosh made by J&W Guthrie of Glasgow at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Settle column detail (1895) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh made by J&W Guthrie of Glasgow at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Armchair (1897) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh of Scotland at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Tub armchair for Argyle Street Tea Rooms (1897) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Argyle Street Tearoom oak armchair by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Rush seat armchair for Argyle Street Tea Rooms by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Table & armchair by Charles Rennie Mackintosh of Glasgow, Scotland at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Oak armchair for Argyle Street Tea Rooms & silver-painted side chair for Willow Tea Rooms both by Charles Rennie Mackintosh & made by Francis Smith of Glasgow at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Argyle Street Tearoom oak armchair (1898-9) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Rush seat armchair for Argyle Street Tea Rooms (1897) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Table (1902) & armchair (1897) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh of Glasgow, Scotland at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Oak armchair for Argyle Street Tea Rooms (1898) & silver-painted side chair for Willow Tea Rooms (1903) both by Charles Rennie Mackintosh & made by Francis Smith of Glasgow at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Upholstered side chair from Argyle Street Tea Room by Charles Rennie Mackintosh of Scotland at Detroit Institute of Arts. Detroit, MI.Side chair by Charles Rennie Mackintosh of Scotland at MoMA. New York, NY.Glasgow School of Art high-back chair by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at The Lighthouse. Glasgow, Scotland.High-backed chair by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at LACMA. Los Angeles, CA.
Upholstered side chair from Argyle Street Tea Room (c1897) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh of Scotland at Detroit Institute of Arts. Detroit, MI.Side chair (1897) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh of Scotland at MoMA. New York, NY.Glasgow School of Art high-back chair (1897-1900) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at The Lighthouse. Glasgow, Scotland.High-backed chair (1898) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at LACMA. Los Angeles, CA.
Argyl Street Tearoom armchair with tall back by C.R. Mackintosh at Hill House. Helensburgh, Scotland.White painted settle with reproduction cushions & hanging by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Miss Cranston's Tearoom Luncheon Room chairs by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Ingram Street Tearoom oak chair by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Argyl Street Tearoom armchair (c1898) with tall back by C.R. Mackintosh at Hill House. Helensburgh, Scotland.White painted settle (1900) with reproduction cushions & hanging by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Miss Cranston's Tearoom Luncheon Room chairs (1900) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Ingram Street Tearoom oak chair (1900) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Miss Cranston's Tearoom high-back chair by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at The Lighthouse. Glasgow, Scotland.Chair by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for Alex Martin of Glasgow at Pinakothek der Moderne. Munich, Germany.Silver-painted side chair for Willow Tea Rooms by Charles Rennie Mackintosh & made by Francis Smith of Glasgow at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Willow Tea Rooms replica curved-back chair by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at The Lighthouse. Glasgow, Scotland.
Miss Cranston's Tearoom (Ingram St.) high-back chair (1900) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at The Lighthouse. Glasgow, Scotland.Chair (1903) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for Alex Martin of Glasgow at Pinakothek der Moderne. Munich, Germany.Silver-painted side chair for Willow Tea Rooms (1903) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh & made by Francis Smith of Glasgow at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Willow Tea Rooms replica curved-back chair (1904) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at The Lighthouse. Glasgow, Scotland.
Glasgow School of Art Director's Room replica armchair by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at The Lighthouse. Glasgow, Scotland.Glasgow School of Art Director's Room original armchair by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at The Lighthouse. Glasgow, Scotland.Hall armchair by C.R. Mackintosh at Hill House. Helensburgh, Scotland.Hall armchair with woven seat by C.R. Mackintosh at Hill House. Helensburgh, Scotland.
Glasgow School of Art Director's Room replica armchair (1904) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at The Lighthouse. Glasgow, Scotland.Glasgow School of Art Director's Room original armchair (1904) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at The Lighthouse. Glasgow, Scotland.Hall armchair (1904) by C.R. Mackintosh at Hill House. Helensburgh, Scotland.Hall armchair (1904) with woven seat by C.R. Mackintosh at Hill House. Helensburgh, Scotland.
Side chair by C.R. Mackintosh at Hill House. Helensburgh, Scotland.Ladder-back chair by C.R. Mackintosh in main bedroom at Hill House. Helensburgh, Scotland.High-back chair by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at The Lighthouse. Glasgow, Scotland.Writing desk designed to represent Japanese kimono & chair by C.R. Mackintosh with architect's signature rows of squares in drawing room at Hill House. Helensburgh, Scotland.
Side chair (1904) by C.R. Mackintosh at Hill House. Helensburgh, Scotland.Ladder-back chair (1904) by C.R. Mackintosh in main bedroom at Hill House. Helensburgh, Scotland.High-back chair (c1904) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at The Lighthouse. Glasgow, Scotland.Writing desk (1904) designed to represent Japanese kimono & chair by C.R. Mackintosh with architect's signature rows of squares in drawing room at Hill House. Helensburgh, Scotland.
Chair by C.R. Mackintosh originally designed for his own house plus Hill House writing desk in drawing room at Hill House. Helensburgh, Scotland.Upholstered settle by C.R. Mackintosh with replicas of antimacassars embroidered by Margaret Mackintosh in drawing room at Hill House. Helensburgh, Scotland.Window seat with many signature designs of C.R. Mackintosh in drawing room at Hill House. Helensburgh, Scotland.Ebonized cube table & armchairs by C.R. Mackintosh in drawing room at Hill House. Helensburgh, Scotland.
Chair (1904) by C.R. Mackintosh originally designed for his own house plus Hill House writing desk in drawing room at Hill House. Helensburgh, Scotland.Upholstered settle (1904) by C.R. Mackintosh with replicas of antimacassars embroidered by Margaret Mackintosh in drawing room at Hill House. Helensburgh, Scotland.Window seat (1904) with many signature designs of C.R. Mackintosh in drawing room at Hill House. Helensburgh, Scotland.Ebonized cube table & armchairs (1904) by C.R. Mackintosh in drawing room at Hill House. Helensburgh, Scotland.
Armchairs by C.R. Mackintosh with antimacassars by Margaret Mackintosh in drawing room at Hill House. Helensburgh, Scotland.Upholstered easy chair by C.R. Mackintosh in drawing room at Hill House. Helensburgh, Scotland.Ingram Street Oak Room chairs both by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Round-back chairs & round two-level domino table by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for Miss Cranston's Tearooms at The Lighthouse. Glasgow, Scotland.
Armchairs (1904) by C.R. Mackintosh with antimacassars by Margaret Mackintosh in drawing room at Hill House. Helensburgh, Scotland.Upholstered easy chair (1905) by C.R. Mackintosh in drawing room at Hill House. Helensburgh, Scotland.Ingram Street Oak Room chairs (1907 & 9) both by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Round-back chairs & round two-level domino table (c1907) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for Miss Cranston's Tearooms at The Lighthouse. Glasgow, Scotland.
Ingram Street Chinese Room table & chairs by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Miss Cranston's Tearoom Chinese Blue Room fretted-back chair by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at The Lighthouse. Glasgow, Scotland.Miss Cranston's Tearoom Chinese Blue Room fretted-back chair by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at The Lighthouse. Glasgow, Scotland.Dining room chair at House for an Art Lover. Glasgow, Scotland.
Ingram Street Chinese Room table & chairs (1911) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Miss Cranston's Tearoom Chinese Blue Room (Ingram St.) fretted-back chair (1911) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at The Lighthouse. Glasgow, Scotland.Miss Cranston's Tearoom Chinese Blue Room (Ingram St.) fretted-back chair (1911) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at The Lighthouse. Glasgow, Scotland.Dining room chair (2006) at House for an Art Lover. Glasgow, Scotland.
Music room table & chairs at House for an Art Lover. Glasgow, Scotland.House for an Art Lover music room high-back chair by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at The Lighthouse. Glasgow, Scotland.Seat in window nook in oval room at House for an Art Lover. Glasgow, Scotland.Round Mackintosh chair as interpreted by Bruce Hamilton at House for an Art Lover. Glasgow, Scotland.
Music room table & chairs (2006) at House for an Art Lover. Glasgow, Scotland.House for an Art Lover music room high-back chair (1901) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at The Lighthouse. Glasgow, Scotland.Seat in window nook in oval room (2006) at House for an Art Lover. Glasgow, Scotland.Round Mackintosh chair (2006) as interpreted by Bruce Hamilton at House for an Art Lover. Glasgow, Scotland.

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