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HOME : Recent Arrivals : Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Hall Tree

Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Hall Tree (MR4979)

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Early 1900s Coat Rack
Attruibute to Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Charles Rennie Mackintosh was born one of eleven children in the Townhead area of Glasgow, close to Glasgow Cathedral. From these beginnings, he has become one of the most celebrated architects of his generation.

He met Margaret Macdonald, his future wife, at Glasgow School of Art and much of what can be seen in the buildings and collections involves their artistic collaboration. You will also witness his masterful handling of light and space and see many of the well-known pieces of furniture which have themselves become icons.

Mackintosh took his inspiration from our Scottish traditions and blended them with the flourish of Art Nouveau and the simplicity of Japanese forms. Much of his work has survived. It can be seen today alongside that of his close collaborators in the group known as "The Four" and the other artists and designers who collectively created "The Glasgow Style".
Mackintosh`s Work

Rack Features:
Coat/Hat hangers

Supported with a black steel metal frame
42" W x 7" D x 67.5" H
Good Vintage Condition
We recommend crate shipping via ForwardAir to the terminal nearest you.

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