When did Charles Rennie Mackintosh design the Glasgow School of Art?

1897 and 19091897 and 1909.

Who founded Glasgow School of Art?

Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Charles Rennie Mackintosh was a 28-year-old junior draughtsman at a Glasgow architecture firm when he drew up the designs for the building that many consider his masterpiece. The first half of the Glasgow School of Art building was completed in 1899.

When did Charles Rennie Mackintosh start designing?

Work started in 1897 but didn’t finish until 1909. Mackintosh and his wife Margaret MacDonald worked on the interior design.

When was the Glasgow School of Art fire?

: Investigation reveals cause

The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service found that the fire began when flammable gases from a canister of expanding foam came into contact with the hot surface of a projector. The blaze began in a studio being used by a student for an exhibition.

Where was the Glasgow School started?

Glasgow, Scotland

The Glasgow School was a circle of influential artists and designers that began to coalesce in Glasgow, Scotland in the 1870s, and flourished from the 1890s to around 1910. Representative groups included The Four (also known as the Spook School), the Glasgow Girls and the Glasgow Boys.

Who was the main designer of the Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts?

Poster for the Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts, designed by J. Herbert McNair, Frances Macdonald, and Margaret Macdonald, 1895.

What style is The Glasgow School of Art?

The Glasgow Style is the highly distinctive form of Art Nouveau developed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and his circle in Glasgow in the 1890s.