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Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh

Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh was born Margaret Macdonald in Tipton, United Kingdom on November 5, 1864. Mackintosh is most well-known for her Art Nouveau gesso panels created for interiors and heavy contribution to the emergence of the “Glasglow Style” in the late 1800s. She attended the Orme Girls’ School in Staffordshire as an adolescent and by…

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Elizabeth Blackwell

Elizabeth Blackwell, born Elizabeth Blachrie (c. 1707 – 1758) was a Scottish botanical artist. She married Alexander Blackwell, her cousin, and moved with him around Europe. After he was involved in several legal issues regarding his potentially-unlawful medical practice, they were out of money and work. She took advantage of the fact that a herbal…

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Frances Macdonald

Frances Macdonald was a Scottish artist who brought notoriety to the ‘Glasgow Style’ with her older sister Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh. Both sisters married architects and became known as ‘The Four’ for their collaboration across mediums to develop a distinctive aesthetic. The ‘Glasgow Style’ was inspired by mysticism, symbolism, and Celtic imagery. Frances often placed her…

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Amelia Jane Murray

(1800 – 1896) Amelia Jane Murry was a Victorian fairy artist, using watercolor to render fairies and flowers inspired by the folklore of the Island of Man, where she grew up. She was the daughter of Lord Henry Murray and the niece of John Murray, the 4th Duke of Atholl. Her earliest paintings date to…

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Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Charles Rennie Mackintosh was a Scottish architect, designer, water colourist, and artist. He became the most recognized designer of a form of Art Nouveau called the Glasgow Style. He and his friends from the Glasgow School of Art, Herbert McNair, and the Macdonald sisters created this style merging the Arts and Crafts Movement with European…

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