Glasgow School of Art in the Time of Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Paperback 192pp Illustrated
9781906817275   Product Code: 23330
Around the time that the Glasgow School of Art was moving into its now-famous new building, designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1897, the school was granted independence to devise and implement its own curriculum, marking the beginning of a period of innovation, expansion and growing international reputation. This illustrated history reviews the first generation of students and teachers who occupied the building, examining in detail the influential work and unique educational culture that flourished there.