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Sweetheart Abbey by Charles Rennie Mackintosh

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Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Sweetheart Abbey

Artist: Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Title: Sweetheart Abbey
Date: 1892
Medium: Pencil on paper
Description:

34.0 x 25.2 cm

While Kirkcudbright is known as the Artists' Town it is the village of New Abbey and Sweetheart Abbey, in particular, which has attracted the most distinguished artists.  While the earlier topographical artists focused on the abbey as a whole and later artists such as Peploe sometimes forsook the building altogether to concentrate on the lush meadows and noble trees surrounding the village, Mackintosh uses his architect's eye to focus in the detailing of a window.


Gallery: Hunterian Art Gallery and Museum
Location: New Abbey


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Sweetheart Abbey

About the Artist

Artist: Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Date of Birth: 1868
Date of Death: 1928
Place of Death: London
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Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:


Education:
Attended evening classes at Glasgow School of Art.


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Exhibited At:
Exhibited rarely at RSW and Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts; Royal Scottish Academy (posthumously)


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Associates:
Fra and Jessie Newbery, Herbert MacNair and his wife Margaret Macdonald


Bibliography:
There is a large range of material on alll aspects of Mackintosh's work.  a pioneering study was Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Modern Movement, Thomas Howarth, London 1971,


Notes:

In 1891 won travelling scholarship and visited Italy, France and Belgium. Came to the attention of Fra Newbery at Glasgow School of Art and became lifelong friend of Fra and Jessie Newbery. Newbery arranged for him to be commissioned to design the Glasgow School of Art. Went to Suffolk 1914, followed by Chelsea, 1915 and to France 1923.

 

Image of artist by kind permission of Scottish National Portrait Gallery - Charles Rennie Mackintosh, 1928 by Francis Henry Newbery