It is a time in Charles Rennie Mackintosh's life often regarded as one of decline. But his work in the capital which began in 1915 has now been commemorated there, reports Martyn McLaughlin
CHARLES Rennie Mackintosh believed no detail was too trivial to be beyond the eye of a true architect.
AS his most iconic building, Glasgow School of Art, celebrates its centenary, four leading architects and designers tell Jim Gilchrist how the genius of Charles Rennie Mackintosh has influenced their work
ALICE WYLLIE recalls how as a student of architecture she was one of the few with free access to the 'Mac'
AN INTERNATIONAL search starts today for an architect to take on one of the most sensitive tasks in the urban landscape of Scotland.
FURNITURE designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh is to go under the hammer at Bonhams in George Street on November 9.
POLICE are hunting thieves who broke into the only church designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
GLASGOW'S first city-wide Charles Rennie Mackintosh festival will turn the designer into a global name and help rid the city of "Mockintosh" kitsch, its organisers have claimed.
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TIME is running out to catch an exhibition of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's French landscape watercolours.
A MAJOR exhibition is to be devoted to the paintings of the last years of Charles Rennie Mackintosh which were made while the artist was in France.
A MAJOR winter exhibition of paintings by iconic Scottish artist Charles Rennie Mackintosh is set to go on display in the Capital next month.
CHARLES Rennie Mackintosh's earliest work, a Celtic cross that had been smashed by vandals, has been rebuilt from rubble by the company that created it more than a century ago.
HE WAS one of the most influential designers of the 20th century, creating a style that became the epitome of Scottish art nouveau.
CHARLES Rennie Mackintosh's 100-year-old masterpiece, the Glasgow School of Art, was lined up for a £4.5 million facelift yesterday.
THE ONLY church built to the designs of Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh is to be restored with the help of a £357,000 grant.
A RARE water-colour by Charles Rennie Mackintosh that has not been seen in Scotland since 1933 has gone on show in Edinburgh ahead of a Christie’s auction on Thursday.
THE first exhibition of watercolours by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in more than 70 years is to be staged in Edinburgh next year. The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art will bring together about 40 paintings by the world-famous architect and artist.