The revised edition of the art book ” Charles Rennie Mackintosh in France ” by Pamela Robertson is on sale at the Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Port-Vendres, Interpretation Centre and will soon be in the centres of Palalda and in Belesta.
This superb new version (15 September 2019 in English, published by the National Gallery of Scotland) is bound and illustratedwith reproductions of the watercolours painted by the artist during his stay in our region in the 1925s.
This fascinating book analyses the work that this multi-talented Scottish artist (architect, designer, artist) did during the last part of his life. In it one discovers extracts from letters that his wife Margaret Mac Donald wrote from France to her friends and a chronology of the couple’s life during their stay in the Eastern Pyrenees of France.
The very competitive price is 22€ to the public and 19,80€ for members.
We hope that this book will have the success it deserves.
This book is co-authored by Pamela Robertson and Philip Long.
Pamela Robertson is an art historian, Professor Emeritus at the University of Glasgow, and Curator of the Hunterian Art Gallery – University of Glasgow. She is a recognised and leading authority on the interpretation of the works of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and his circle.
She has curated numerous exhibitions related to Mackintosh, including the 1996 Mackintosh retrospective and the 2005 exhibition with the National Galleries of Scotland.
Philip Long is the Director of the Victoria and Albert Museum in Dundee. He has enjoyed a long career in museums, and is passionate about Scottish culture. including being chief curator of the National Galleries of Scotland. He is currently Honorary Professor at the University of Dundee Director of Research at St Andrews University and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.