Charles Mackintosh - Ingram Chair High 1910

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  • Charles Mackintosh - Ingram Chair High 1910
  • Charles Mackintosh - Ingram Chair High 1910
  • Charles Mackintosh - Ingram Chair High 1910
  • Charles Mackintosh - Ingram Chair High 1910
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Black lacquered ash wood classic chair with perfect solid wood construction. Seat upholstery available in cotton fabric, Verona leather, and Liguria leather. Also available in low back version. MADE IN ITALY.

Iconic Design

This chair was made after Mackintosh’s design for a dining chair in the White Dining Room of the Ingram Tea Rooms in Glasgow circa 1910. They were most likely placed, to striking visual effect, in strategic locations around the tearooms and billiards rooms at Ingram Street.

Dimensions

47 x 150 x 45 cm

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3-4 weeks

Charles Mackintosh - Ingram Chair High 1910

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Designer

Charles Mackintosh

Charles Rennie Mackintosh was born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1868. In 1884 he began an apprenticeship with John Hutchinson and began attending evening classes at the Glasgow School of Art. In 1889 he became an architectural assistant with Honeyman & Keppie. He also enrolled at the Glasgow School of Art. In 1890 he won a travelling scholarship and toured Italy before settling down into practice. While enrolled at the Glasgow School of Art, Mackintosh developed an artistic relationship with Margaret MacDonald, Frances Macdonald and Herbert McNair. Known as "The Four", they exhibited posters, furnishings, and a variety of graphic designs in Glasgow, London, Vienna and Turin. These exhibitions helped establish Mackintosh's reputation. With a design philosophy solidly rooted in Scottish tradition, Mackintosh disregarded the architecture of Greece and Rome as unsuitable for the climate or needs Scotland. He believed that a revival of the Scottish Baronial style, adapted to modern society would meet contemporary needs. His buildings clearly demonstrate this belief. Mackintosh created buildings notable for the elegance and clarity of their spatial concepts, the skillful exploitation of natural and artificial lighting, and skillful detailing. He felt that each design should work as a whole to which each carefully contrived detail contributes. In 1913 Mackintosh left the firm of Honeyman, Keppie & Mackintosh where he had been a partner since 1904. After unsuccessfully trying to establish his own practice, he dedicated his time to landscape painting. He returned to England in 1927 for treatment of cancer of the tongue. An outstanding architect, furniture designer, and painter, who pioneered the Modern Movement in Scotland, Mackintosh's works exist as the greatest flowering of the British Arts & Crafts movement in either Scotland or England. Mackintosh died in London in 1928.

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