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Monsieur Mackintosh: The travels and paintings of Charles Rennie Mackintosh in the Pyrenees Orientales 1923-1927

Monsieur Mackintosh: The travels and paintings of Charles Rennie Mackintosh in the Pyrenees Orientales 1923-1927 (Paperback)

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In 1923 Charles and Margaret Mackintosh escaped Britain for France.Monsieur Mackintosh is the only book available on Mackintosh's years in France. With reproductions of 40 of his French paintings alongside photographs of the actual locations today, and images from the period 1923-1927, this is a comprehensive and pictorial account. Written in close collaboration with experts from Glasgow University, the National Gallery of Modern Art and the Glasgow School of Art, and edited by Professor Pamela Robertson, author and leading expert on Mackintosh, Monsieur Mackintosh includes new research and is written with the French and English translations side-by-side. Published to coincide with and accompany a major exhibition of Mackintosh's work in France Monsieur Mackintosh contains more than 250 images reproduced in full colour throughout.

Robin Crichton is the Scottish President of the Association de CRM en Roussillion. In the 1960s he built Scotland's first and only film studio near Edinburgh. He spent nearly 40 years pioneering the international co-production of films for TV and cinema and won a number of major awards. He served as Scottish chairman and UK vice-chairman of the Independent Programme Producers Association and also as co-production project leader of the Council of Europe. He is author of over a hundred film scripts and books.

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