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MACKINTOSH AND THE GLASGOW STYLE
 
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A video of the Glasgow Style in the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow.The main man featured is Charles Rennie Mackintosh. I love his style. He designed some beautiful buildings including the Glasgow Art College and the Hill House in Helensburgh. Filmed 2nd September 2011 Video by www.myclydebankphotos.co.uk
Views: 3478 Owen McGuigan
Introducing Charles Rennie Mackintosh: Making the Glasgow Style
 
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Tickets for ‘Charles Rennie Mackintosh: making the Glasgow Style’ are now on sale! From embroidery and ceramics, to furniture and architectural drawings, the exhibition showcases the work of Mackintosh and his contemporaries across more than 250 objects. The exhibition runs from 15 March – 26 August 2019. Don’t forget, National Museums Liverpool members go free! liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/mackintosh
House for an Art Lover - Charles Rennie Mackintosh
 
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A tour of the Charles Rennie Mackintosh House that was never built........that is until recently. Lots of splendid Arts and Crafts interiors, with plenty of beautiful furniture, blacksmithing and stained glass. It really is a House for and Art Lover - I hope you enjoy the tour. Regards Harry
Views: 17205 Harry Rogers
1/3 Charles Rennie Mackintosh - A Modern Man (1996)
 
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http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLM4S2hGZDSE62wl5iACEItnDm13Eg-8Wx Charles Rennie Mackintosh, architect, designer and artist is celebrated around the world as one of the most significant talents to have emerged in the period from the mid 1890s to the late 1920s. He was one of the greatest, most original talents of this time and has been judged a precursor of firstly the modernist style and subsequently of the Art Deco movement. His legacy lives on all around us in his instantly recognisable style. A MODERN MAN takes a critical look at Mackintosh's life and artistic career and the importance of the friends and patrons who provided him with regular work when it mattered most. Influential critics, including the designer Terence Conran, give their views on Mackintosh's current reputation. All are unanimous in their appreciation of "the complete designer". Together, they recognise his importance as an influential architect of the 20th century and acknowledge that Charles Rennie Mackintosh was very much A MODERN MAN. This is the story of the man and his life and his work.
Views: 24597 Art Documentaries
LOEWE's new collection inspired by Charles Rennie Mackintosh
 
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LOEWE presents a collection inspired by the work of renowned architect and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868 - 1914). Filmed in Mackintosh’s House for an Art Lover, Glasgow. See the full collection in store and on loewe.com Featuring Felix Sueur and Giselle Norman Production Digital Disctrict Art Film Direction Benoit Peverelli Music by Wim Mertens #CharlesRennieMackintosh #LOEWEgifts
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How to Draw a Building: Mackintosh Style House in Perspective
 
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Learn How to Draw a Building in 2-Point Perspective in the style of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. SUBSCRIBE to keep up to date: https://www.youtube.com/circlelieartschool Click to learn more: https://www.circlelineartschool.com Watch Next: How to Draw Perspective Playlist: http://bit.ly/1QV3SsW Circle Line Art School Episode #299: How to Draw Buildings in 2-Point Perspective. This perspective drawing is a pen drawing of some buildings in Perspective. I hope you LIKE, COMMENT & SUBSCRIBE: https://youtube.com/circlelineartschool How to Draw in 2-Point Perspective for Beginners: Draw Buildings in 2-Point Perspective: Circle Line Art School: Episode #299 The first step is to draw a horizontal line slightly below the middle of your page, next draw a across on the right and left of your horizontal line, these will be the vanishing points for this 2-point perspective drawing. All parallel lines going towards the vanishing points will look like they meet at the vanishing points, if you extended the lines all the way to the horizon. Thank you for watching this 2-Point Perspective art tutorial from my channel, Circle Line Art School, please subscribe to my channel for a new art tutorial each week, there are now more than 299 of my drawings to watch! https://www.youtube.com/circlelineartschool Circle Line Art School Hi, my name is Tom McPherson and I founded Circle Line Art School as an online art education resource for all. My aim is to inspire people to learn to draw and be more creative. For more details on Circle Line Art School please visit my website: https://www.circlelineartschool.com Thank you for your support and have a great day! Tom McPherson Music used in this perspective drawing tutorial: Serenity by Aakashi Gandhi Circle Line Art School https://www.circlelineartschool.com
Views: 35273 Circle Line Art School
Charles Rennie Mackintosh (Glasgow Four) - Design & Architecture - I
 
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Glasgow School: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBAD43E274ACE5A01 Charles Rennie Mackintosh (Glasgow, 7 June 1868 -- London, 10 December 1928) was a Scottish architect, designer, watercolourist and artist. Whilst apprenticed to the architect John Hutchinson, he began attending evening classes in architecture at Glasgow School of Art, where he won many prizes and a travelling scholarship to Italy, France and Belgium. On his return to Glasgow, he met the two sisters Frances and Margaret MacDonald, and together with Herbert MacNair, they formed the Glasgow Four group. The group created a specifically Scottish variant of European Art Nouveau. He was, quite literally, a comet streaking across the Glasgow horizon for ten years. By the end of the first decade of the twentieth century the fire had burned out and Mackintosh was well on his way to becoming an embittered man. In 1914 his association with Honeyman and Keppie was dissolved and soon thereafter he and Margaret left Glasgow and moved to England where they lived for the next eight years and where little work came his way. In 1923 the Mackintoshes took a long holiday in southern France and made the decision to stay. For the next five years Mackintosh painted masterful watercolors of the French countryside. Little is known of Margaret's activities during this period. On December 10, 1928 soon after being diagnosed with throat cancer, Charles Rennie Mackintosh passed away. Margaret wandered Europe and in 1932 she returned to Chelsea, England where she died on January 7, 1933. Part I: Glasgow School Of Art-1897-1907 The Willow Tea Rooms 1897-1903 120 Mains Street, Glasgow, 1900 6 Florentine Terrace later renamed: 78 South Park Avenue, Glasgow-1906-1914 Ed Alleyne-Johnson: "Without You" and "Thank You" ::::: 23 May 2014: Terrible day - Glasgow School of Art fire. The world famous Glasgow School of Art has suffered devasting damage after a fire ripped through the listed Charles Rennie Mackintosh building. Firefighters are still struggling to control the blaze, which appeared to have started in the basement of the building shortly after midday. Eye witnesses feared that the whole west wing of the old building has been lost, including the irreplaceable Mackintosh library and the Hen Run, a famous corridor running along the roof which linked the west and east wing. The school was completed in 1909 and is considered by many to be Mackintosh's masterwork.
Views: 7742 Jane Burden Morris
Step 1, Drawing a 'Mackintosh' rose
 
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Concept: Verticle, Horizontal and Diagonal Lines Inspiring Artist: Charles Rennie Mackintosh MiniMatisse.blogspot.com
Views: 20007 Nichole Hahn
Romi Cortier Design: Art Deco Wall Mural - [How to & Art History]
 
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Interior Designer Romi Cortier demonstrates how anyone can create an Art Deco Masterpiece in their home and give new life to a boring bathroom wall! Follow Romi Cortier on Twitter at https://twitter.com/#!/RomiCortier
Views: 167113 ruesterprod
Profile: Charles Rennie Mackintosh
 
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Views: 1330 The Scotsman
Glass Painted Mackintosh Style Vase project.
 
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This Glass Painted Mackintosh Style Vase project actually demonstrates two different methods of doing the project. One method is obviously glass painting but first we show you a simpler method, using adhesive window film. In both methods will use 3mm gold / brass adhesive lead. When you are using the glass painted method you pt the lead on fist and then paint. When you are using the window film you put that on first and then lead up afterwards. The glass paint we use is Lefranc et Bourgeois but this can be replaced with any quality solvent glass paint. The designs used in this projects (together with more written instructions) can be found on our web site here: https://www.glasspainting.co.uk/glass-painting-projects/mackintosh-style-vase-project
Views: 924 Glass Painting
Charles Rennie Mackintosh House for an Art Lover in Glasgow
 
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Visit to Charles Rennie Mackintosh House for an Art Lover in Glasgow Follow me here : Twitter : https://twitter.com/foodieexplore Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/foodieexplorers Blog : http://FoodieExplorers.co.uk
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Custom Made Mackintosh Style Stained Glass For Houston Homes
 
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Mackintosh style stained glass is timeless, beautiful and something we at Custom Stained Glass Houston specialize in for homes in the greater Houston area. Read more here: https://www.customstainedglasshouston.com/stained-glass-design-styles/mackintosh-stained-glass/
3/3 Charles Rennie Mackintosh - A Modern Man (1996)
 
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http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLM4S2hGZDSE62wl5iACEItnDm13Eg-8Wx Charles Rennie Mackintosh, architect, designer and artist is celebrated around the world as one of the most significant talents to have emerged in the period from the mid 1890s to the late 1920s. He was one of the greatest, most original talents of this time and has been judged a precursor of firstly the modernist style and subsequently of the Art Deco movement. His legacy lives on all around us in his instantly recognisable style. A MODERN MAN takes a critical look at Mackintosh's life and artistic career and the importance of the friends and patrons who provided him with regular work when it mattered most. Influential critics, including the designer Terence Conran, give their views on Mackintosh's current reputation. All are unanimous in their appreciation of "the complete designer". Together, they recognise his importance as an influential architect of the 20th century and acknowledge that Charles Rennie Mackintosh was very much A MODERN MAN. This is the story of the man and his life and his work.
Views: 11760 Art Documentaries
How to draw Art Deco Roses
 
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Valentine's Day is not far away. Don't get caught out! Make a gorgeous Valentine's Day Card for the one You love! Steve Keen has asked me to draw an Art Deco style card inspired by Charles Rennie macintosh, the Scottish architect and designer. I looked at varios designs of his and thought I would adapt his trademark roses design. I hope you like it. With award winning illustrator, Shoo Rayner, who has illustrated well over 200 children's books for famous authors and for his own stories. See Shoo's books on amazon.com http://amzn.to/Jp6YEW and on amazon.co.uk http://amzn.to/J9lBvk T-Shirts http://www.shoorayner.com/TShirts Twitter http://twitter.com/#!/shoorayner Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/117947137150973770218 Facebook http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=750207845 Website http://www.shoorayner.com music by http://www.youtube.com/cleffernotes Follow Shoo's other channels http://www.youtube.com/drawstuffrealeasy for short snappy lessons and http://www.youtube.com/shooraynerlife for chat,advice,techniques and interviews with other great artists and illustrators. I use a Rotring Tikky Graphic 0.3 pen and copic ciao marker pens. The paper is fairly cheap drawing cartridge or bristol paper. Find out more about me and my books at my website http://www.shoorayner.com. and my apps at http://bit.ly/kPo5pb Look me up on Amazon or in your local bookstore. I've illustrated over 200 books in my time! Enjoy!
Views: 18391 Shoo Rayner
Rennie Mackintosh Architecture
 
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This film, the most recent in a series of films being commissioned to mark the AHRC's 10th anniversary, looks at a project that was funded by the AHRC in 2010. The Mackintosh Architecture project is five year project which has been investigating the architecture of the celebrated Scottish architect, artist and designer, Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868 – 1928). The research project, led by Professor Pamela Robertson of the University of Glasgow, is based on first-hand analysis of the buildings and primary sources. Archival records, including planning submissions, correspondence, office job books, and surveys have been evaluated to map out timelines, development of the projects, budgets, and history of change. All of the known architectural drawings have been catalogued, photographed and evaluated. Clients, colleagues, contractors and suppliers have been identified and researched and all the material has been gathered together and made freely and publicly available online via the Mackintosh Architecture website - one of the projects major outputs . Another output is Mackintosh Architecture , the first exhibition to be devoted to his architecture offering the opportunity to view over 60 original drawings, watercolours and perspectives spanning the whole of his career. Seen together they reveal the evolution of his style from his early apprenticeship to his later projects as an individual architect. The Exhibition is at The Royal Institute for British Architects (RIBA) until 23 May 2015. The exhibition features Mackintosh’s original designs for the Glasgow School of Art, which he prepared at the early age of twenty nine. A model showing a cross-section of the school and photographs of the external and internal details illustrate his early focus on designing every aspect of a building: the exterior, interior, furniture and lighting. Visitors can also watch film footage of the school. Highlights of the exhibition include Mackintosh’s stunning watercolours of the Daily Record Building and Glasgow Cathedral; a selection of models of built and unbuilt projects; a large oil portrait of Mackintosh, by the headmaster at the Glasgow School of Art, Francis Newbery and other photographic portraits, can all be seen in this short film.
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032 SketchUp us build a Mackintosh style chair
 
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Learn how to build a Mackintosh chair! Feel free to subscribe! Enjoy!
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2/3 Charles Rennie Mackintosh - A Modern Man (1996)
 
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http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLM4S2hGZDSE62wl5iACEItnDm13Eg-8Wx Charles Rennie Mackintosh, architect, designer and artist is celebrated around the world as one of the most significant talents to have emerged in the period from the mid 1890s to the late 1920s. He was one of the greatest, most original talents of this time and has been judged a precursor of firstly the modernist style and subsequently of the Art Deco movement. His legacy lives on all around us in his instantly recognisable style. A MODERN MAN takes a critical look at Mackintosh's life and artistic career and the importance of the friends and patrons who provided him with regular work when it mattered most. Influential critics, including the designer Terence Conran, give their views on Mackintosh's current reputation. All are unanimous in their appreciation of "the complete designer". Together, they recognise his importance as an influential architect of the 20th century and acknowledge that Charles Rennie Mackintosh was very much A MODERN MAN. This is the story of the man and his life and his work.
Views: 15269 Art Documentaries
Romi Cortier Design - Mackintosh Inspired Wall Mural - [How to & Art History]
 
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Interior Designer and Artist, Romi Cortier, shows you how to easily create a Charles Rennie Mackintosh inspired wall mural in your home using easy to find and inexpensive materials! Follow Romi Cortier on Twitter at https://twitter.com/#!/RomiCortier
Views: 1566729 ruesterprod
Charles Rennie Mackintosh (Glasgow Four) - Design & Architecture - III
 
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Glasgow School: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBAD43E274ACE5A01 Part III: Martyr's Public School, Glasgow 1895-96 The Lighthouse-Glasgow Herald Building-1895 Queen's Cross Church, Glasgow 1898-1899 Ruchill Church Hall, Glasgow 1899 Daily Record Building 1901-1904 The Mackintosh Building, Comrie, Perthshire, 1903-04 Scootland Street School -1903-1906 Ed Alleyne-Johnson: "Stuck in a moment that you can't get out of" and "Zephyr Song"
Views: 2151 Jane Burden Morris
Charles Rennie Mackintosh  Scottish  Architect Hymne SCOTLAND
 
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Charles Rennie Mackintosh (7 June 1868 -- 10 December 1928) was a Scottish architect, designer, water colourist and artist. He was a designer in the post impressionist movement and also the main representative of Art Nouveau in the United Kingdom. He had considerable influence on European design. He was born in Glasgow and he died in London. Mackintosh lived most of his life in the city of Glasgow. Located on the banks of the River Clyde, during the Industrial Revolution, the city had one of the greatest production centres of heavy engineering and shipbuilding in the world. As the city grew and prospered, a faster response to the high demand for consumer goods and arts was necessary. Industrialized, mass-produced items started to gain popularity. Along with the Industrial Revolution, Asian style and emerging modernist ideas also influenced Mackintosh's designs. When the Japanese isolationist regime softened, they opened themselves to globalization resulting in notable Japanese influence around the world. Glasgow's link with the eastern country became particularly close with shipyards building at the River Clyde being exposed to Japanese navy and training engineers. Japanese design became more accessible and gained great popularity. In fact, it became so popular and so incessantly appropriated and reproduced by Western artists, that the Western World's fascination and preoccupation with Japanese art gave rise to the new term, Japonism or Japonisme. This style was admired by Mackintosh because of: its restraint and economy of means rather than ostentatious accumulation; its simple forms and natural materials rather than elaboration and artifice; the use of texture and light and shadow rather than pattern and ornament. In the old western style, furniture was seen as ornament that displayed the wealth of its owner and the value of the piece was established according to the length of time spent creating it. In the Japanese arts furniture and design focused on the quality of the space, which was meant to evoke a calming and organic feeling to the interior. At the same time a new philosophy concerned with creating functional and practical design was emerging throughout Europe: the so-called "modernist ideas". The main concept of the Modernist movement was to develop innovative ideas and new technology: design concerned with the present and the future, rather than with history and tradition. Heavy ornamentation and inherited styles were discarded. Even though Mackintosh became known as the 'pioneer' of the movement, his designs were far removed from the bleak utilitarianism of Modernism. His concern was to build around the needs of people: people seen, not as masses, but as individuals who needed not a machine for living in but a work of art. Mackintosh took his inspiration from his Scottish upbringing and blended them with the flourish of Art Nouveau and the simplicity of Japanese forms.
Views: 918 lucrezia012
The Hill House | Innovation, Architecture & Design
 
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The Hill House in Helensburgh is universally regarded as Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s finest domestic creation. It is a visually arresting mix of Arts and Crafts, Art Nouveau, Scottish Baronial and Japonisme architecture and design. Mackintosh designed nearly everything inside the Hill House too, from the decorative schemes and the furniture to the fittings and contents. His wife, Margaret Macdonald, designed and made many of the textiles as well as a beautiful fireplace panel. See more innovation, architecture & design at http://www.nts.org.uk/iad2016
Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh Paintings, Art Slideshow
 
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Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh Paintings, Art Slideshow. Music : Abandoned Toys "Birthing of the Unicorn". http://www.abandonedtoys.com/ Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh (5 November 1864 – 7 January 1933) was a Scottish artist whose design work became one of the defining features of the "Glasgow Style" during the 1890s. Born Margaret Macdonald, at Tipton, near Wolverhampton, her father was a colliery manager and engineer. Margaret and her younger sister Frances both attended the Orme Girls' School, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire; their names are recorded in the school register. In the 1881 census Margaret, aged 16, was a visitor at someone else's house on census night and was listed as a scholar. By 1890 the family had settled in Glasgow and Margaret and her sister, Frances Macdonald, enrolled as day students at the Glasgow School of Art studying courses in design. There she worked in a variety of media, including metalwork, embroidery, and textiles. She began collaborating with her sister Frances, and in the 1890s the pair opened the Macdonald Sisters Studio at 128 Hope Street, Glasgow. Their innovative work was inspired by Celtic imagery, literature, symbolism, and folklore. She later collaborated with her husband, the architect and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh, whom she married on 22 August 1900. Her most well-known works are the gesso panels made for interiors designed with Mackintosh, such as tearooms and private residences. Charles Rennie Mackintosh is commonly recognized as Scotland's most famous architect, while Macdonald has been marginalised in comparison. Yet Macdonald was celebrated in her time by many of her peers, including her husband who once wrote in a letter to Margaret "Remember, you are half if not three-quarters in all my architectural work ..."; and reportedly "Margaret has genius, I have only talent." Active and recognized during her career, between 1895 and 1924 she contributed to more than 40 European and American exhibitions. Poor health cut short Margaret's career and, as far as is known, she produced no work after 1921. She died in 1933, five years after her husband.
Views: 1534 Art Slideshows
Charles Rennie Mackintosh  - the Visual Impact of his furniture
 
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This is the life story of Rennie Macintosh and his architecture. When other artists were still stuck in Victorian fashion, he and his wife found a new way of viewing life. Like Frank L. Wright, Macintosh had few clients. His furniture were more a stage setting then comfortable places to sit. But what remains has a visual impact that is outstanding and fresh 100 years after their creation. He was helped by his wife Margaret McDonald, an artist of her own right. Am returning this video to my playlist with acknowledgement of the great music and featured videos of others and in recognition that this architect created the coolest furniture as backdrops to his rooms. Reminds me of the impact of Hamilton the play and Price the artist. The video captures film of the Glasgow School of Art prior to 2014 devastating fire that destroyed most of his original work on that building, and prior to eventual restoration.
Views: 1649 Hoosierwoodcraft
David Jones—Scotch Myths: The Furniture of Charles Rennie Mackintosh Re-appraised
 
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David Jones will be giving a Brown Bag Lunch presentation on Thursday April 7, 2016, from 12 to 1:30pm, at Bard Graduate Center in New York City. His talk is entitled “Scotch Myths: The Furniture of Charles Rennie Mackintosh Re-appraised." David Jones is an author, historian, and Lecturer in Furniture History at the University of St Andrews in Scotland. He advises on several important collections of historic furniture in the United Kingdom, including Hopetoun House, Paxton House, and Dumfries House, where he is Honorary Keeper of Furniture. Dumfries House, now administered by a charitable trust, contains the largest group of documented furniture by Thomas Chippendale in existence. In 2000, Jones published The Edinburgh Cabinet and Chair Makers’ Books of Prices, 1805-1825 (Kirk Wynd Press), a fundamental source for the study of early nineteenth century furniture in Britain. David Jones is former editor of the journal Regional Furniture and he has published extensively on various aspects of vernacular and regional furniture, including “The Laburnum Tradition,” “Box Beds,” and furniture made from driftwood. He is a committee member of the Lorimer Society and a trustee of the recently-formed Willow Tea Rooms Trust in Glasgow, dedicated to the conservation of Mackintosh’s tea rooms. In this talk, Jones will explore some of the myths and interrelationships that surround Scotland's two great early twentieth-century furniture designers, Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868–1928) and Robert Stodart Lorimer (1864–1929). Often regarded as opposing figures in the history of late Victorian and Edwardian furniture design, Jones will present new ways of interpreting their designs in the context of the various revivals that characterized the period.
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A305/03: Charles Rennie Mackintosh: Hill House
 
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In the context of the exhibition The University Is Now on Air: Broadcasting Modern Architecture, the CCA presents twenty-four broadcasts from the course A305, History of Architecture and Design 1890–1939, by The Open University. To learn more about the project, visit https://www.cca.qc.ca/A305. Sandra Millikin takes a close look at Hill House, perhaps the most perfect of Mackintosh’s houses, built in 1903 at Helensburgh, near Glasgow, for the publisher Walter Blackie. Besides indicating how the design responded to the needs of the particular client, Millikin also suggests the ways in which the house related to traditional Scottish forms and to Mackintosh’s other work. Written by Sandra Millikin and Alexander John, directed by Nick Levinson, produced the BBC/Open University, aired 8 March 1975 on BBC2.
Views: 3462 CCAchannel
The Glasgow School of Art
 
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See the book "The Enclosure of the Garden from its Origins": ow.ly/lxpp3074Vt6 Richard Copans Documentary series "Architectures" The Glasow School of Art. Built at the dawn of the 20th century by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, the Glasgow School of Art is a masterpiece that combines constructive rationality, Art nouveau subjectivism. Its influence is without parallel in early 20th century architecture. L'école d'art de Glasgow • Juliette Garcias • France • 2013 • 27 minutes • Color • 1.78:1 • English
My Mackintosh Valentine Card - Shoo Style.
 
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This is my copy of the card you so kindly set out for me. I hope you like it as you have inspired me greatly. All the best Steve
Views: 44 Steve Keen
Charles Rennie Mackintosh - A Video Portrait
 
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Charles Rennie Mackintosh was one of the seminal architects and designers in Scotland and England in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. His work included elements of Art Nouveau, Arts and Crafts and Art Deco. This 3 minute video portrait of the man and his work and is a condensation of a much larger presentation which culminated in a website that was designed using his design elements. This website can be viewed at our own website, www.higharte.com, on Our Work page.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh
 
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Glasgow:Scotland with style. Charles Rennie Mackintosh
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Charles Rennie Mackintosh
 
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Charles Rennie Mackintosh
 
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Charles Rennie Mackintosh buildings and designs in Glasgow and nearby. Includes Glasgow School of Art, Hill House in Helensburgh, House for an Art Lover in Bellahouston Park, Lighthouse Architecture and Design building (former Glasgow Herald offices), Martyrs' School, Miss Cranston's Tearoom, Queen's Cross Church, Scotland Street School.
Views: 11798 RampantScotland
Charles Rennie Mackintosh exhibition in Glasgow
 
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Exteriors and interiors of: The Glasgow School of Art, Willow Tearooms, The Mackintosh House at the Hunterian Art Gallery; The Lighthouse, House for an Art Lover, Scotland Street School and Queen's Cross Church.
Views: 19592 watchCulturetainment
Charles Rennie Mackintosh Rose Design
 
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A rose by any other name will smell so sweet when the iconic Mackintosh design is adapted for the color scheme of our Tucson homeowners.
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Chair Argyle Charles Rennie Mackintosh 3D Model
 
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Download Chair Argyle Charles Rennie Mackintosh 3D Model at http://www.3dcb.com/8110
Behind Charles Rennie Mackintosh
 
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The People's History Show - S03E05 Charles Rennie Mackintosh is known around the world as an artist, inventor and architect and is regarded as one of Scotland's greatest ever minds....We find out about his famous portrait and one of the biggest influences on his life and work - his wife Margaret Macdonald. Watch more People's History Show on the STV Player: https://stv.click/phsyt
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Intro to Charles Rennie Mackintosh
 
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Concept: Verticle, Horizontal and Diagonal Lines Inspiring Artist: Charles Rennie Mackintosh MiniMatisse.blogspot.com
Views: 856 Nichole Hahn
Ladder Back Chairs - The Ladder Back Chair By Mackintosh | Best Design Picture Ideas for
 
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Charles Rennie Mackintosh: Glasgow's Cultural Icon
 
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Explore the life and designs of Glasgow's most beloved artist and architect: Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Experience these pioneering designs for yourself and make your next stop Glasgow! www.peoplemakeglasgow.com/mackintosh150
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The Glasgow School of Art - Mackintosh Building
 
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It was founded in 1845 as the Glasgow Government School of Design. In 1853, it changed its name to The Glasgow School of Art. Charles Rennie Mackintosh (7 June 1868 -- 10 December 1928) was a Scottish architect, designer, watercolourist and artist. He was a designer in the Arts and Crafts movement and also the main representative of Art Nouveau in the United Kingdom and he designed the Mackintosh Building that won many awards.
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Charles Rennie Mackintosh
 
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Brief description and film by Glasogw with Style about CR Mackintosh.
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Hill House
 
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Research on The Hill House, by Architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh. It is a project for Historical Influences on Interior Design 2, for Taylor's University, The Design School, BA (Hons) Interior Architecture Semester 3. Source from all over the internet. ** As pointed out by Karen, (Thanks Karen!) The photo of Dining Room which appears around 7:38-7:47 is actually from House for an Art Lover, another design of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Sorry for the mistake.
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GLASGOW MACKINTOSH
 
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This is a video made with photos of Jagui on a tour of Mackintosh`buildings in Glasgow, Scotland. You can see this photos in: http://bit.ly/hMtCrJ
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The Charles Rennie Mackintosh Jewellery Collection
 
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http://rennie-mackintosh-jewellery.co.uk/ The fabulous Art Nouveau jewellery range created in sterling silver & gold. Signature designer earrings, pendants, brooches, bracelets, bangles & watches. Find out more about: Charles Rennie Mackintosh http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Rennie_Mackintosh The Glasgow School Of Art http://www.gsa.ac.uk/ The House For An Art Lover http://www.houseforanartlover.co.uk/ The Willow Tea Rooms http://www.willowtearooms.co.uk/ Art Nouveau: rennie-mackintosh.co.uk Charles Rennie Mackintosh In The News: charles-rennie-mackintosh.co.uk The Glasgow School: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glasgow_School 78 Derngate: http://www.78derngate.org.uk/ View also: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uPa_wg-cw6k https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4I4bhKc6Xw
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Charles Rennie Mackintosh (Glasgow Four) - Design & Architecture - II
 
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Glasgow School: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBAD43E274ACE5A01 Part II: Windyhill, Kilmacolm, Scotland -- 1900-1901 14 (now 34) Kingsborough Gardens - 1901-1902 Hill House, Helensburgh -1902-1904 78 Derngate, Northampton. 1916-1919 House for an Art Lover, Bellahouston Park, Glasgow. -- 1901-buitt 1994 Ed Alleyne-Johnson: "Child In Time"
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Glasgow Four - Margaret and Frances MacDonald, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, James Herbert McNair
 
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Glasgow School: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBAD43E274ACE5A01 Charles R. Mackintosh ( Glasgow,7.6.1868 -- London,10.12.1928) y J. Herbert McNair (Glasgow,1868 -- Argyllshire,1955) se conocieron en la Escuela de Arte de Glasgow, se hicieron amigos y experimentaron con un nuevo estilo. Allí conocieron a las hermanas Margaret (Tripton-England,5.11.1864 -- London,1933) y Frances (England,1873 -- Glasgow,1921) MacDonald, tambien estudiantes de arte y con un estilo de dibujo muy parecido. Por esto Frances Newbery, Directora de la Escuela de Arte decidió que debían trabajar juntos los cuatro. Resultó todo un éxito y en la exhibición de la Escuela fueron bautizados como "The Four" (Los Cuatro) Empezaron a trabajar juntos y a tener un gran éxito en 1884, basando su estilo en los Prerrafaelitas, el Arts and Crafts, y el estilo japonés, aunque muy influenciados por el Art Nouveau. Hacia 1920 su estilo vanguardista en arte y diseño, "Glasgow Style" ya traspasaba las fronteras de Glasgow Frances y J.Herbert McNair se casaron en 1899. Frances murió en 1921 oficialmente de una hemorragia cerebral, aunque con el extendido rumor de suicidio. Su marido Herbert, juró entonces no volver a diseñar ni pintar nunca más, y dos décadas después, quemó un gran baúl de dibujos y acuarelas de Frances y suyas. Se mudó a un asilo de ancianos en 1943, murió en 1955. Margaret y Charles R.Mackintosh, se casaron en 1900, y diseñaron juntos hasta el último detalle de todos sus proyectos completos de interiorismo y arquitectura. Es importante valorar el trabajo de Margaret y Frances MacDonald dentro del contexto conservador de la Inglaterra de finales del XIX, en el que Ruskin, uno de los pensadores y críticos de arte más reconocido del momento, escribe: "La educación no debe ir encaminada al desarrollo de la mujer, sino a la renuncia a sí misma..." Música: Every Breath You Take - Ed Alleyne-Johnson
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House for an Art Lover, Glasgow, Scotland
 
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This is C.R.Mackintosh's celebrated House for an Art Lover at 10 Dumbreck Road. Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928) was a designer and artist whose wide-ranging skills encompassed the the design of complete buildings-their foundations and structural steel, their sophisticated ventilation systems and their plumbing. His key strength was the design of places to be inhabited, rooms and sequences of rooms, their form, light and material. In 1901 Mackintosh entered a competition set by a German design magazine which sought entries to design a 'grand house in a thoroughly modern style.', and challenged architects to develop ideas which were fresh and innovative. Mackintosh and wife Margaret McDonald worked on the submission which, unfortunately, was disqualified for non-compliance with the competition rules. However, the designs were awarded a special prize " for their pronounced personal quality, their novel and austere form and the uniform configuration of interior and exterior." The house was never completed in Mackintosh's lifetime. Work commenced 1989 and finished 1996. View the video for an appreciation of the house interior, exterior and nearby walled garden.
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Charles Rennie Mackintosh
 
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Charles Rennie Mackintosh (7 June 1868 – 10 December 1928) was a Scottish architect, designer, water colourist and artist. His artistic approach had much in common with European Symbolism. His work, alongside that of his wife Margaret Macdonald, was influential on European design movements such as Art Nouveau and Secessionism.

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