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Charles Rennie Mackintosh Rose Stencil Greetings Card ❤ liked on Polyvore

Charles Rennie Mackintosh - Image adapted from a stencil designed for The Rose Boudoir, 1902

Charles Rennie Mackintosh Stained Glass Doors... my favourite artist of all time

Charles Rennie Mackintosh Stained Glass designs are loved by every Scotsman not to mention our owner, Martin Faith, and can be enjoyed by almost everyone.

Queen of Diamonds-1909 - Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh    This is one of 4 stenciled and gessoed pictures (1909) done by Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh for Catherine Cranston’s Glasgow residence, Hous’hill. The gesso creates a high-relief surface and helps emphasize the linear style she was using at the time. The four queens, flanked by two pages, were originally set into the wall, each representing a different card suit. Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, Virginia.

Queen of - Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh for Catherine Cranston Glasgow residence, Hous’hill - Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Richmond, Virginia

Queen of Clubs-1909 - Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh    This is one of 4 stenciled and gessoed pictures (1909) done by Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh for Catherine Cranston’s Glasgow residence, Hous’hill. The gesso creates a high-relief surface and helps emphasize the linear style she was using at the time. The four queens, flanked by two pages, were originally set into the wall, each representing a different card suit. Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, Virginia.

Queen of - Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh for Catherine Cranston Glasgow residence, Hous’hill - Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Richmond, Virginia

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One of Four Queens (Queen of Diamonds) 1909 Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh Scottish , 1865 - 1933 wood, paint, gesso.

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