Part Seen, Part Imagined: Meaning and Symbolism in the Work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Margaret Macdonald

 
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This book gives a fascinating analysis of the ideas and spiritual visions that inspired the intriguing artwork of Mackintosh and Margaret MacDonald, and their contemporaries, Frances Macdonald and Herbert MacNair. Precise visual evaluation of over 100 works of art are included, with illustrations in both colour and b/w.

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Part Seen, Part Imagined: Meaning and Symbolism in the Work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Margaret Macdonald
By
Timothy Neat

  • Publisher: Canongate Press, 1994
  • Hardcover
  • ISBN 9780862413668
  • First edition
  • Size: 4to
  • 207 pages

This book gives a fascinating analysis of the ideas and spiritual visions that inspired the intriguing artwork of Mackintosh and Margaret MacDonald, and their contemporaries, Frances Macdonald and Herbert MacNair. Precise visual evaluation of over 100 works of art are included, with illustrations in both colour and b/w.

Condition:
The dust wrapper is in very good condition, crisp, clean and bright, with slight rubbing to the top corners and mild fading to the spine (not affecting the lettering).
The binding is secure and tight.
The interior is unmarked and in fine condition.