Kelvingrove Art Gallery - Glasgow School Decorative Arts Photos

Kelvingrove Art Gallery hosts a large collection of decorative arts from the 1900 Glasgow School or Art era -designs which combine styles of Art Nouveau plus Arts and Crafts. Artists include Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Ernest Archibald Taylor.

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Kelvingrove Art Gallery was opened as part of Glasgow International Exhibition. Glasgow, Scotland.Ladies' Luncheon Room decor by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for Miss Cranston's tearoom at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Ladies' Luncheon Room chairs, partition & cake display case by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for Miss Cranston's tearoom at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Miss Cranston's Tearoom Luncheon Room chairs by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Kelvingrove Art Gallery (1901) (Kelvingrove Park) was opened as part of Glasgow International Exhibition. Glasgow, Scotland. Architect: John William Simpson & Edmund John Milner Allen.Ladies' Luncheon Room decor (1900) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for Miss Cranston's tearoom at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Ladies' Luncheon Room chairs, partition & cake display case (1900) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for Miss Cranston's tearoom at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Miss Cranston's Tearoom Luncheon Room chairs (1900) 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.Miss Cranston's Tearoom food display cabinet by Charles Rennie Mackintosh & Buchanan St. tearoom coat stand by George Walton & Co. at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Miss Cranston's Tearoom Luncheon Room cutlery by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Argyle Street Tearoom oak armchair 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 food display cabinet (1900) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh & Buchanan St. tearoom coat stand (1897) by George Walton & Co. at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Miss Cranston's Tearoom Luncheon Room cutlery (1900) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Argyle Street Tearoom oak armchair (1898-9) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Argyle Street Tearoom oak armchair by Charles Rennie Mackintosh & stained glass door panel by George Walton & Co. at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Ingram Street Tearoom gesso Wassail panel by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Ingram Street Tearoom lead panel by Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Willow Tearoom gesso story of Willowwood panel by Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Argyle Street Tearoom oak armchair (1898-9) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh & stained glass door panel by George Walton & Co. at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Ingram Street Tearoom gesso Wassail panel (1900) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Ingram Street Tearoom lead panel (1900-1) by Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Willow Tearoom gesso story of Willowwood panel (1903) by Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Ingram Street Oak Room chairs both by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Ingram Street Oak Room pendant lamp by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Ingram Street Oak Room sideboard by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Ingram Street Chinese Room decor by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Ingram Street Oak Room chairs (1907 & 9) both by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Ingram Street Oak Room pendant lamp (1907) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Ingram Street Oak Room sideboard (1907) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Ingram Street Chinese Room decor (1911) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Ingram Street Chinese Room decor by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Ingram Street Chinese Room table & chairs by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Hill House candlesticks by Charles Rennie Mackintosh made by Alex Martin & David W. Hislop at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Domino clock by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Ingram Street Chinese Room decor (1911) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Ingram Street Chinese Room table & chairs (1911) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Hill House candlesticks (1904) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh made by Alex Martin & David W. Hislop at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Domino clock (1917) by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Glasgow-style chair at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Ladies' Luncheon Room stained glass window prob. by George Walton & Co. at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Argyle Street Tearoom stained glass door panel by George Walton & Co. at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Glasgow-style glass fronted cabinet at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Glasgow-style chair at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Ladies' Luncheon Room stained glass window prob. by George Walton & Co. at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Argyle Street Tearoom stained glass door panel by George Walton & Co. at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Glasgow-style glass fronted cabinet at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Brussels armchair by George Walton & Co. at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Mahogany armchair prob. by George Walton & Co. at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Fireplace by Ernest Archibald Taylor made by Wylie & Lochhead of Glasgow & shown at Exhibition of Art, Science & Industry at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Display cabinet by Ernest Archibald Taylor made by Wylie & Lochhead of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Brussels armchair (1900) by George Walton & Co. at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Mahogany armchair (c1903) prob. by George Walton & Co. at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Fireplace (1901) by Ernest Archibald Taylor made by Wylie & Lochhead of Glasgow & shown at Exhibition of Art, Science & Industry (1901) at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Display cabinet (1901) by Ernest Archibald Taylor made by Wylie & Lochhead of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Wardrobe by Ernest Archibald Taylor made by Wylie & Lochhead of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Wardrobe detail by Ernest Archibald Taylor made by Wylie & Lochhead of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Writing bureau by Ernest Archibald Taylor made by Wylie & Lochhead of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Washstand by John Ednie for Wylie & Lochhead of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Wardrobe (1901) by Ernest Archibald Taylor made by Wylie & Lochhead of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Wardrobe detail (1901) by Ernest Archibald Taylor made by Wylie & Lochhead of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Writing bureau (c1903) by Ernest Archibald Taylor made by Wylie & Lochhead of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Washstand (c1900) by John Ednie for Wylie & Lochhead of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Bedside cabinet by John Ednie for Wylie & Lochhead of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Cast iron & oak chair by Christopher Dresser for Coalbrookdale of Shropshire at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Copper kettle by Christopher Dresser for Benham & Froud of London at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Silver milk jug by Christopher Dresser for Elkington & Co. of Birmingham & London at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Bedside cabinet (c1900) by John Ednie for Wylie & Lochhead of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Cast iron & oak chair (c1870) by Christopher Dresser for Coalbrookdale of Shropshire at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Copper kettle (c1880-5) by Christopher Dresser for Benham & Froud of London at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Silver milk jug (1885) by Christopher Dresser for Elkington & Co. of Birmingham & London at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Hexagonal library table by George Logan made by Wylie & Lochhead of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Ashet soup tureen by George Logan made by Keeling & Co., Staffordshire at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Square brass planter by Marion Henderson Wilson of Glasgow school at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Triptych with romantic Art Nouveau themes by Marion Henderson Wilson of Glasgow school at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Hexagonal library table (1901) by George Logan made by Wylie & Lochhead of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Ashet soup tureen (c1903) by George Logan made by Keeling & Co., Staffordshire at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Square brass planter (c1900) by Marion Henderson Wilson of Glasgow school at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Triptych with romantic Art Nouveau themes (c1905) by Marion Henderson Wilson of Glasgow school at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Detail of triptych with romantic Art Nouveau themes by Marion Henderson Wilson of Glasgow school at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Music stained glass by David Gauld in Glasgow style at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Honesty mirror by Frances Macdonald in Glasgow style at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Badge for Glasgow School of Art by Jessie M. King at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Detail of triptych with romantic Art Nouveau themes (c1905) by Marion Henderson Wilson of Glasgow school at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Music stained glass (c1891) by David Gauld in Glasgow style at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Honesty mirror (c1896) by Frances Macdonald in Glasgow style at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Badge for Glasgow School of Art (c1898) by Jessie M. King at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Metalwork items by Glasgow School of Art artists including mirrors on top by Jessie M. King at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Writing bureau by Ernest Archibald Taylor; hexagonal library table by George Logan & Washstand by John Ednie, all made by Wylie & Lochhead of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Glasgow-style Art Nouveau tall clock with brass face by Margaret Thomson Wilson at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Art Nouveau brass clock face by Margaret Thomson Wilson of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Metalwork items (c1898-1911) by Glasgow School of Art artists including mirrors on top by Jessie M. King at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Writing bureau (c1903) by Ernest Archibald Taylor; hexagonal library table (1901) by George Logan & Washstand (c1900) by John Ednie, all made by Wylie & Lochhead of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Glasgow-style Art Nouveau tall clock (1900) with brass face by Margaret Thomson Wilson at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Art Nouveau brass clock face (1900) by Margaret Thomson Wilson of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Brass wall clock by Peter Wylie Davidson of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Brass alms dish by Margaret Gilmour of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Silver & enamel presentation quaich by Glasgow School of Art for James Reid & Co. of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Silver chalice with paua shell by Ramsay Traquair, with enamels by Phoebe Anna Traquair & metalwork by John Maitland Talbot at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Brass wall clock (1900) by Peter Wylie Davidson of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Brass alms dish (c1900) by Margaret Gilmour of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Silver & enamel presentation quaich (1904) by Glasgow School of Art for James Reid & Co. of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Silver chalice with paua shell (1906) by Ramsay Traquair, with enamels by Phoebe Anna Traquair & metalwork by John Maitland Talbot at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Cup & saucer painted by Helen Walton of Glasgow School or Art at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Glassware painted by Helen Walton or Hannah Walton of Glasgow School or Art at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Glass fingerbowls with ducks & frogs painted by Helen Walton or Hannah Walton of Glasgow School or Art at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.German or Dutch beer & wine glasses at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Cup & saucer (1906) painted by Helen Walton of Glasgow School or Art at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Glassware (c1909-10) painted by Helen Walton or Hannah Walton of Glasgow School or Art at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Glass fingerbowls with ducks & frogs (c1910) painted by Helen Walton or Hannah Walton of Glasgow School or Art at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.German or Dutch beer & wine glasses (late 16th or early 17th C) at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Silver cake basket by Milne & Campbell of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Porcelain punch bowl by Derby Porcelain Works at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Silver quaiches by John Luke Jr. & by James Glen both of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Mahogany sideboard made in Scotland with tureen by Delftfield Pottery of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Silver cake basket (c1776) by Milne & Campbell of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Porcelain punch bowl (late 18th or early 19th C) by Derby Porcelain Works at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Silver quaiches (1704) by John Luke Jr. & (1745) by James Glen both of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Mahogany sideboard (c1800) made in Scotland with tureen (c1750-75) by Delftfield Pottery of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Earthenware Arts & Crafts vase with fish & scale decoration by William de Morgan of Merton Abbey workshop, Surrey, England at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Cast iron railing by Walter MacFarlane & Co. of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Stained glass panel from a Glasgow tenement flat at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Utility furniture which could only be purchased with wartime utility furniture ration coupons at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Earthenware Arts & Crafts vase with fish & scale decoration (1882-8) by William de Morgan of Merton Abbey workshop, Surrey, England at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Cast iron railing by Walter MacFarlane & Co. of Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Stained glass panel (c1910) from a Glasgow tenement flat at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Utility furniture (1942-8) which could only be purchased with wartime utility furniture ration coupons at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.

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