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A selection of Mackintosh's profoundly influential work, including watercolours, interior designs and stained glass.
The maps range from Waldseemuller's Universalis Cosmographia of 1507 to a 1950s map of mail steamship routes.
Drawn from the Tate collections, the reproductions include less well-known works such as Dog and pages from Bacon's sketchbooks.
Now in the Tate, these paintings from Turner's travels in Italy include Venice: The Bridge of Sighs and Tivoli: Tobias and the Angel.
This selection includes some of the most famous works Pre-Raphaelite works, notably Ophelia and Mariana, now in the Tate collections.
Now in the V&A, these wallpapers were originally created for Morris & Co by John Henry Dearle and Morris himself.
Now in the Imperial War Museum, Ravilious's watercolours date from 1940-42 and include Warship in Dock and Spitfires in Runway Perspective.
Drawn from The Lowry collection in Manchester, this is a varied collection of paintings and drawings from every phase of Lowry's career.
Evoking the glamour and Art Deco style of the 1920's, this calendar features Erte's designs for opera as well as his iconic fashion illustrations.