Samuel Reilly | 1843 | 31st May 2018
Glasgow was once famous not just for shipbuilding but for art. There were many notables but Charles Rennie MacIntosh was the star. He influenced the development of Art Nouveau, not least by exhibiting in that other cultural hotspot of the day, Vienna. Within a decade things moved on and people started looking to Paris. More images of MacIntosh’s work are here.