Credits

Glasgow School of ArtI would like to express my special thanks to: Peter Trowles of the Glasgow School of Art for kindly granting me permission to feature some of the School’s Mackintosh graphics

www.GSA.ac.uk

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The Hunterian Art Gallery & Museum, Glasgow University has also granted permission to use Mackintosh posters on the site.

To view the works of CRM visit The Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery

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Many thanks to Douglas Annan for granting permission to include photographs from his collection – the photographs of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Margaret MacDonald are from a collection displayed by:

www.annanphotographs.co.uk

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CRM Society – worth joining up. Founded in 1973, the Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society has charitable status with over 1500 members in 29 countries around the world.

Their aim is to safeguard the Mackintosh legacy by encouraging interest and work with others in the field to achieve their objectives.

www.CRMSociety.com

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Situated in BellaHouston Park just 10 minutes from the centre of Glasgow you’ll find the House for an Art Lover is a truly unique venue.

Don’t leave the city with visiting this beautiful house and all its Charles Rennie Mackintosh delights.

www.houseforanartlover.co.uk

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Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum houses one of Europe’s great art collections. It is amongst the top three free-to-enter visitor attractions in Scotland and one of the most visited museums in the United Kingdom outside of London. Also included is the Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Glasgow Style Gallery.

Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum

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Art Magick

The Art Magick website is a ‘labour of love’ – (I know the feeling!)  ArtMagick is a non-profit virtual art gallery displaying paintings and poetry from art movements of the 19th and 20th centuries (for example, Romantic, Symbolist, Pre-Raphaelite and Art Nouveau).

www.artmagick.com
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Willow Tea Rooms – Glasgow

I recently took ‘afternoon tea’ on my visit to Glasgow and recommend you do the same – this way you can really experience the feeling of being in the same room as Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

www.WillowTeaRooms.co.uk
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