London: Elevation of Proposed Studio in Glebe Place and Upper Cheyne Walk, 1920 poster by Charles Rennie Mackintosh


Charles Rennie Mackintosh was a Scottish architect, designer, and artist and was one of the most important figures in the Modern Style, an Art Nouveau movement specific to Great Britain. In 1920 Mackintosh was commissioned to prepare plans for a block of studio flats for a site in Chelsea bounded by Oakley Street, Glebe Place, and Upper Cheyne Walk. Although the plans were rejected, this charming drawing shows one of the blocks Mackintosh designed with the garden elevation of a studio on the right.

Approximate dimensions: 50 x 44cm

Printed on fine art paper. Please hang away from direct sunlight to prevent fading.