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    Charles Rennie Mackintosh Trail in Roussillon: Prades

     

    The Mackintoshes: Margaret Macdonald & Charles Rennie Mackintosh

    I’m very happy to be back on Scotiana after a short trip to the south of France and very eager to tell you about it. Iain and Margaret had very kindly invited us to meet them in Carcassonne where they were spending a week’s holiday […]

    Charles Rennie Mackintosh Trail in Roussillon, France

    Panorama de la Côte Vermeille depuis la tour de Madeloc. Vue sur Argelès-sur-Mer, Collioure, Port-Vendres et Banyuls-sur-Mer. Wikipedia

    Margaret MacDonald is my spirit key. My other half. She is more than half – she is three quarters – of all I’ve done. We chose each other and each gave to the other what the […]

    The House for an Art Lover : Building the Dream of Charles Rennie Mackintosh – Part 2

    The House for an Art Lover : Building the Dream of Charles Rennie Mackintosh –Part 1

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    Mackintosh House for an Art Lover © 2007 Scotiana

    For Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s admirers it’s something to find oneself in front of this elegant white building with its emblematic façade, so representative of the artist’s style […]

    The House for an Art Lover : Building the Dream of Charles Rennie Mackintosh – Part 1

    The House for an Art Lover : Building the Dream of Charles Rennie Mackintosh – Part 2

    Mackintosh House for an Art Lover © 2007 Scotiana

    After our virtual visit of Queen’s Cross Church, let’s open the gates of the House for an Art Lover. Who could believe that this […]

    Charles Rennie Mackintosh designs Queen’s Cross Church in Glasgow, Scotland

    Queen's Cross Church, Glasgow, Scotland © 2007 Scotiana

    Quenn's Cross Church, Glasgow, Scotland © 2007 Scotiana

    Queen’s Cross Church story begins when John Honeyman of Glasgow’s Honeyman & Keppie architectural practice was given, from the Free Church of St Matthew, the contract to build a new church, near Maryhill, a poor neighbourhood with […]