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Mackintosh Tiffany Panel

Mackintosh Tiffany Panel

€ 289
Chandelier Mackintosh
2 variaties

Chandelier Mackintosh

€ 2,005
Gift Set Pen and Bookmark Mackintosh Red Roses

Gift Set Pen and Bookmark Mackintosh Red Roses

€ 15.50
Art Deco Side-table Andrew
3 variaties

Art Deco Side-table Andrew

€ 1,315
Jugendstil & Art Deco Diary 2019

Jugendstil & Art Deco Diary 2019

€ 15
Vase Tulip Purple Low

Vase Tulip Purple Low

€ 45
Rug Fruitful

Rug Fruitful

€ 2,245
Art Deco Couch 2.5 seater Lawrence
6 variaties

Art Deco Couch 2.5 seater Lawrence

€ 7,530
Sculpture Mackintosh The Wassail

Sculpture Mackintosh The Wassail

€ 39.95
Furniture / Curtain Fabric Rose Arch
6 variaties

Furniture / Curtain Fabric Rose Arch

€ 149.50
Necklace Mackintosh Rose

Necklace Mackintosh Rose

€ 59
Silver Photo Frame Dragonfly

Silver Photo Frame Dragonfly

€ 99
Scatter Cushion Mackintosh

Scatter Cushion Mackintosh

€ 60
Mackintosh Furniture Fabric

Mackintosh Furniture Fabric

€ 169
Tapestry Altea in purple shades

Tapestry Altea in purple shades

€ 439
Set Cup and Jar Rosebuds

Set Cup and Jar Rosebuds

€ 30
Gift Set Mackintosh

Gift Set Mackintosh

€ 24.95
French Art Nouveau Wall Lamp Roses

French Art Nouveau Wall Lamp Roses

€ 239
Scarf Ring Mackintosh Roses

Scarf Ring Mackintosh Roses

€ 19
Tealight Wassail

Tealight Wassail

€ 27.50

Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Are you a fan of the artist Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928)? Then you are probably happy that you have found yourself in this category! The category Mackintosh features the artist Charles Rennie Mackintosh as its central figure. You will find a selection of stunning home decorations, jewellery, furniture and accessories in this category. All items are based on the art of the Scottish architect Macintosh and fit in with the Mackintosh style. Bright, elegant, vertical lines and a touch of eccentricity: these are a few stylistic features of the Scottish artist Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Many of his designs, both for the interior and exterior of houses, are very inspiring to Art Deco Web Store, starting with the stylistic Mackintosh rose.

Arts and Crafts movement

Mackintosh is seen as an important representative of the Arts and Crafts movement; an artistic movement that took place in Britain in the second part of the 19th century in Britain. The Arts and Crafts movement originated in response to industrialisation and mass production, and its purpose was to combine art and craftsmanship. Stylistic, linear shapes, based on nature were typical features of this movement. It is no wonder that the Jugendstil and Art Nouveau movements have originated from the Arts and Crafts movement.

Architect and designer

Charles Rennie Mackintosh founded The Four, a group of artists also referred to as The Glasgow Four, with three other artists. Mackintosh designed buildings, but also furniture and applied arts. Glasgow is the home to various stunning, architectonical objects, designed by Mackintosh from head to toe. The famous stylistic rose combined with bright, vertical lines will always remain connected to Mackintosh. The Glasgow Four was inspired by the Celtic mystique, the lines of Jan Toorop, but also by the Scottish gothic revival. This variety of inspirational sources makes Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s work impressive, unique and timeless.

Jewellery, fabrics and home furnishings

The influence of Mackintosh is clearly present in Art Deco Web Store’s collection of jewellery, furniture fabrics and home furnishings. The Mackintosh rose is a recurring motif in these items. Stunning braceletsearringsbrooches, tin picture framesscatter cushions and curtain and furniture fabrics enable every Art Nouveau lover to immerge their house in the Mackintosh style. Allow yourself to get inspired by the items on this page or go through the different categories and explore the Mackintosh influences for yourself...

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