Charles Rennie Mackintosh was a debonair Scottish artist who embraced a range of mediums. In fact, one of his most famous works of all was a building – the Glasgow School of Art. His work was inspired by everything from his home city of Glasgow to dainty Japanese art and the curves of Art Nouveau – culminating in a style that is all his own.
‘There is hope in honest error, none in the icy perfection of the mere stylist.’
(Charles Rennie Mackintosh)
The variety of Charles Rennie Mackintosh art gives you plenty to choose from, whether you love his pretty watercolour paintings or his design sketches. The delicate touch and subtle colours of Charles Rennie Mackintosh prints mean they can hang happily in any room of your home.
Few artists achieve such levels of fame in the world of architecture, but take a look at Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s beautiful sketches and you’ll soon see his appeal! His designs transcend their practical function and are a gorgeous addition to any wall.
Choose between exteriors, such as the beautiful curved facade in ‘Sketch of an arcaded building’, or interior designs, such as ‘House of an art lover: salon and music room’. Or why not choose a Charles Rennie Mackintosh piece that has been used as part of a rooms decor, such as the stunning wall frieze ‘The Wassail’?
In his later life, Charles Rennie Mackintosh was drawn more and more into the world of painting. From his landscapes to his beautiful floral still life scenes, Charles Rennie Mackintosh paintings are watercolour masterpieces.
Capture the blue skies and warm Italian sunshine of Rome with ‘Arch of Titus, Rome’. The pale creams and blues of this colour palette would work really well in the bathroom. Or why not bring the romance of ‘Winter Rose’ into a bedroom or living room? The soft tones used here would complement a range of interior design themes, from contemporary to vintage.
Choose the perfect material for your Charles Rennie Mackintosh print and make it really stand out! His watercolours look fantastic printed on stretched cotton canvas and perhaps framed in a floater frame for a truly authentic gallery effect.
The pale colours of Charles Rennie Mackintosh sketches are also well-suited to lightweight Forex foam board, which will enhance every small detail. And for a great performance at an affordable price, our high-quality photo paper is unbeatable.