Charles Rennie Mackintosh Window
A replica of the stained glass window designed for
the Turin Exhibition of 1902, by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
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0.730 x 0.360
CHARLES RENNIE MACKINTOSH WINDOW c.1902
This stained glass window was designed by Mackintosh
in 1902 specifically for the International Exhibition
of Modern Decorative Art at Turin in 1902.
The picture of Mackintosh as a conscious pioneer of
modernity must be carefully qualified. He was certainly
firmly committed to the principle of producing architecture
of his own time; he was quite prepared to break with
precedent to serve a new function or explore a new imagery;
he was violently opposed to any suggestion of historical
mummery. But he was equally committed to preserving
a visible and meaningful continuity with the past, to
using old materials in the old ways, and to respecting
old conventions for old functions.
When Mackintosh designed a house he provided not only
the structure but also all the furniture and fittings,
all receiving the same scrutiny because they were intrinsically