black and white image of Mackintoshes installation of 'A Rose Boudoir'.

Künstlerpaars

With the current restrictions on face-to-face events at Queen’s Cross we are organising a number of online talks throughout 2021. Monday 15th February 2021 | 5pm GMT | via Zoom Book Your Online Free Ticket Robyne Calvert joins us to discuss the unique working relationship of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and

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Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Italy

With the current restrictions on face-to-face events at Queen’s Cross we are organising a number of online talks throughout 2021. Tuesday 19 January 2021 | 5pm GMT | via Zoom    Book your Online Free Ticket Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Italy is a new book by George Rawson. In 1890 the

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Mackintosh in the Saleroom

In November a Charles Rennie Mackintosh cabinet made at Knockaloe WW1 internment camp for 78 Derngate proved the star lot in Lyon & Turnbull’s highly anticipated Decorative Arts: Design since 1860 auction. The cabinet had a pre-sale estimate of £10,000-£15,000 attracting bidders from around the world, eventually selling for £250,000. Meanwhile,

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Mackintosh in the Saleroom

A Glasgow School of Art Windsor chair for the Library sold at auction in October at Bonhams in Edinburgh for £10,687 including premium. Commissioned for the Glasgow School of Art Library in 1910, of typical form and with later steel reinforcing rods , 47cm wide, 44cm deep, 67cm high (18 1/2in

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AGM 2020 – Virtual

15th Annual General Meeting – 5 September 2020  Information on the AGM business  has been sent out to all members.  If you cannot attend the Virtual AGM, the accounts and a full report will be posted on the Society website. These are extraordinary times for us all, and first and

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an image with a black and white side profile portrait of Mackintosh on the left hand side and a photograph of a botanical drawing on the right hand side

Happy Birthday Mackintosh! Celebrating 152 Years with a reflection on Sintra

On Sunday the 7th of June 2020 we celebrate the 152nd anniversary of Mackintosh’s birth! The CRM Society would normally be hosting physical events in celebration, and though this is not possible this year, we would like to take the opportunity to remember his legacy. We reflect on a piece

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‘Letters to Mackintosh’ Creative Writing Project

‘Letters to Mackintosh’ is a creative writing project open to people of all ages. We invite Mackintosh fans to submit a piece of writing no longer than 1000 words, addressed to Charles Rennie Mackintosh as if he was still alive today in celebration of the 152nd anniversary of his birth

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Support the Society

Support the work of the Society and protect the future of Mackintosh Queen’s Cross. The implications of the coronavirus pandemic are wide-ranging and fast-moving. With the temporary closure of our headquarters at Mackintosh Queen’s Cross, this has significantly affected the diverse work of the Society. To help us we are

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New Online Tour of Mackintosh Queen’s Cross

The CRM Society have launched a new online internal tour of of Headquarters, Mackintosh Queen’s Cross. The Society were due to launch internal tours of Mackintosh Queen’s Cross in Spring 2020, however due to the building being closed due the ongoing implications of the Covid-19 pandemic, it is something we

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McGinlay Bell wins ideas contest for Mackintosh-inspired homes

McGinlay Bell has won an ideas contest to reimagine a pair of domestic concepts drawn up by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1900. The Glasgow-based practice’s design was described as a ‘runaway effort, beautifully presented’ with a ‘particularly individualistic’ take on the architect’s country house. Second prize went to David MacRitchie

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