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Charles Rennie Mackintosh

1868-1928

Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928) was a famous scottish designer and architect . He was one of the most influent artist of "Art Nouveau" in UK. His wife, Margaret Macdonnald, a former stiudent at Glasgow school of art, was deeply involved in their creative life. The Mackintoshes moved to Chelsea in 1915. To improve his meagre income he started designing for the textile industry. Between 1915 and 1923 he produced over 120 designs.

 

Charles rennie Macintosh 1915 Chelsae bouquet
Charles rennie Macintosh 1915 Chelsea: Carnation
CharlesRrennie Macintosh 1915 Chelsea: dahlias
Charles Rennie Macintosh 1915 Chelsea: Bouquet
CarlesRrennie Macintosh 1915 Chelsea: Carnation

CharlesRrennie Macintosh 1915 Chelsea: : Dahlias


From 1915 to 1923 Mackintosh produced over 120 textile designs , either patterns based on stylized flowers or more abstract motifs.

CharlesRrennie Macintosh 1915 Chelsea: Checkerworks
CharlesRrennie Macintosh 1915 Chelsea: Odalisque
CharlesRrennie Macintosh 1915 Chelsea Orange and purple
Charles Rennie Macintosh 1915 Chelsea: Flowers and checkerworks
CharlesRrennie Macintosh 1915 Chelsea
: Odalisque ( comes from a turkish ord, Odalik. An Odalik was a virgin female slave in the Seraglio.
CharlesRrennie Macintosh 1915 Chelsea: Orange and purple
 
CharlesRrennie Macintosh 1915 Chelsea wave pattern
CharlesRrennie Macintosh 1922 Chelsea
Charles Rrennie Macintosh 1915 Chelsea: Wave pattern
Charles Rrennie Macintosh ,Chelsea: Roses
CharlesRrennie Macintosh 1922 Chelsea
CharlesRrennie Macintosh 1915 Chelsea: roses and tear drops
CharlesRrennie Macintosh 1915 Chelsea Waves
CharlesRrennie Macintosh 1915 Chelsea: Tulips and Lattice