White Tulips

by charles rennie mackintosh

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      Charles Rennie Mackintosh created White Tulips in 1920, a watercolour depicting a blue vase of white tulips in full bloom placed in front of a table with a patterned tablecloth showcasing a smaller vase filled with drooping pink peonies.  Mackintosh's expressive flower artwork and sophisticated compositions made him a forerunner in Britains's avant-garde movement.  This art print employs a subtle colour palette along with a delicate and captivating composition making this reproduction worthy of a special place in a contemporary or vintage inspired interior decor setting.
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Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868 - 1928) was a Scottish architect, artist, water colourist and designer. His artistic approach had much in common with European Symbolism and Mackintosh was influential on the European design movements and received praise by one of the great modernists Austrian - Josef Hoffmann. 

Mackintosh exhibited in Glasgow, London and Vienna, and these exhibitions helped establish Mackintosh's reputation. The so-called "Glasgow" style was exhibited in Europe and influenced the Viennese Art Nouveau movement known as Sezessionstil (in English, the Vienna Secession) at the turn of the 20th century.

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