The Mackintosh House (Glasgow) Reviews
Description:University Avenue / Glasgow / G12 8QQ / Scotland
Newest Review: ... I was unaware until we visited Glasgow that his wife was also an artist and in fact her work is also just as beautiful and very similar to his. She has created beautiful paintings, metalwork textiles and more, i was really amazed that not so much is known about her work and often her husband seems to be given credit for some of her stuff. Her name is Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh and she ... more
Customer The Mackintosh House (Glasgow) Reviews (1)
by - written on 03/11/12 (Very useful, 61 readings)
The Mackintosh House Hunterian Art Gallery University of Glasgow 82 Hillhead St G12 8QQ When we planned our mini break to Scotland one of the main things I wanted to explore was the artist and architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh and his legacy in the city of Glasgow. We spent some time researching where the places were and what you were able to visit and get inside and this was one of places that came up as worth a visit. We had to plan our visits as some places were in one part of Glasgow and others on the other side or just out of the city . This is not actually the mackintosh's original house but it is a recreation of their home built ... Read the complete review
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