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The flower and the green leaf - Glasgow School of Art in the time of Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Ray McKenzie
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Luath Press
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The gripping story of the first students to be educated in the Mackintosh Building at Glasgow School of Art, this book coincides with the 100th anniversary of the official inauguration of the Mackintosh Building, which is accompanied by a major exhibition at Glasgow School of Art. Because of the increasing interest in Mackintosh himself, the building has become a tourist attraction with 20,000 visitors a year. The book offers fresh insight and new perspectives into the building's history on the lives of the first generation of students.

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Alison Brown is the Curator of European Decorative Art at Glasgow Museums, Culture & Sport Glasgow. A number of her articles have been published, including 'Reassessing Mackintosh's Design of the Willow Tearooms.'

Ray McKenzie is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Historical and Critical Studies at Glasgow School of Art. His publications include: Sculpture in Glasgow: an illustrated handbook.

Dr Robert Proctor is a Lecturer in History of Architecture at the Mackintosh School of Architecture at Glasgow School of Art and has written articles for Architectural History. Dr George Rawson is the former Fine Art Librarian at Glasgow School of Art and is now an independent art historian based in Glasgow and a specialist on nineteenth-century art education.

Johnny Rodger is a critic for numerous magazines, journals and newspapers, and has authored several full-length critical works.

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Art - Study and teaching - Scotland - Glasgow - History.|Artists - Scotland - Glasgow.
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