Print preview Close

Showing 37 results

Archival description
Not available / given Mackintosh, Charles Rennie
Print preview View:

28 results with digital objects Show results with digital objects

Electric clock

A round and commercially available brass clock installed into the Board Room of the Mackintosh Building and linked to the electrical circuit of Mackintosh studio clocks introduced in 1909/10. The brass clock can be seen illustrated in the background of Francis Newbery's painting of the GSA Building Committee meeting in the Board Room which dates from 1909-1914.

Not available / given

Mackintosh banner

This screen printed banner with a large photo of Mackintosh depicts his signature and the Glasgow School of Art emblem reading: "There is honour in honest error none in the icy perfection of the mere stylist".

Not available / given

Poster for Charles Rennie Mackintosh in association with Japanese Department Store

This sky blue poster features a Charles Rennie Mackintosh chair and a distinctly dressed female wearing make-up and a blonde wig. Mackintosh's work was heavily influenced by Japanese design and culture. This poster advertises an association with Mackintosh's work and the Japanese Department store chain Daimaru.

Not available / given

Poster for an exhibition of work by Charles Rennie Mackintosh

The poster advertised an exhibition of work by Charles Rennie Mackintosh that was held in the McLellan Galleries on Sauchiehall Street in Glasgow. The show itself was sponsored by the Whyte and Mackay Group and ran from the 25th of May to 30th of September 1996. Admission to the exhibition was priced at £4 for adults and £2 for concessionary rate. The poster has a geometric square design.

Not available / given

Poster for an exhibition entitled 'Contemporary Visions'

This poster advertised an exhibition showcasing work made by seven international architects who were asked to produce work inspired by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. The poster conveys how "seven of the world's leading architects have made installations in the Glasgow School of Art. They are personal homages to Charles Rennie Mackintosh and a mark of his international significance today." The poster was designed by Blue Peach, Glasgow. The show, held in the Mackintosh Museum on the Glasgow School of Art's campus featured the work of: - Filippo Alison (Naples) - Edward Cullinan (London) - Aldo Van Eyck (Amsterdam) - Hans Hollein (Vienna) - Arata Isozaki (Tokyo) - Lean Krier (Luxembourg) - Stanley Tigerman (Chicago)

Not available / given

Poster for an exhibition of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's work in Pyrénées-Orientales, France

The poster advertised an exhibition showcasing work by Charles Rennie Mackintosh which was held in Port Vendres in the Pyrénées-Orientales in the South of France. On the poster it says "Un Ecossais En Catalogne", which translates as "A Scottish in Catalonia". Featured on the front of the poster is an image of a landscape watercolour of La Rue du Soleil, a piece by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Mackintosh has strong associations with the South of France as he and Margaret MacDonald lived there from 1923 to 1927. The exhibition itself was held in association with the Entente Cordiale and the Glasgow School of Art.

Not available / given

Trimming of mauve linen

A fabric trimming from a cushion cover, embroidered before the First World War. The cover has pink roses and green foliage embroidered on authentic 'Mackintosh' mauve linen fabric.It is possible that both design and fabric were purchased from Brown and Beveridge, Bath Street, Glasgow.

Not available / given

Photograph Album containing photographs of "The Immortals"- Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Margaret and Frances Macdonald, Herbert MacNair, Jessie Keppie and others

These images show Charles Rennie Mackintosh and fellow Glasgow School of Art Students, Herbert MacNair, Frances Macdonald, Margaret Macdonald, Agnes Raeburn, Janet Aitken, Katherine Cameron and Jessie Keppie. Jessie Keppie's brother, John Keppie also appears in the photographs. John Keppie was a partner in Honeyman and Keppie, the architectural firm at which Mackintosh and Herbert McNair worked.

Not available / given