A beautiful motif by Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh for your desk or wall.
Motif from the catalogue of the Vienna Secession Exhibition 1900.
This beautiful work printed in crisp black and white features a hand drawn motif by Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh from 1900. It was produced to illustrate the catalogue description of her work exhibited in Vienna for the 1900 Secession.
This prestigious occasion represented a high point in the careers of both Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh and her husband Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Their work was displayed alongside that of numerous illustrious contemporaries such as Josef Hoffmann, Koloman Moser and Gustav Klimt.
Ready to display.
This elegant work will look at home in any setting. Minimal, beautiful and a poignant reminder of genius.
In a smart black frame with an integral desktop stand and wall hanging loop.
Put it on your desk, your wall, give it to a friend.
Designed and made by Duille, Northampton, England.
Adapted from an original 1900 design by Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh.
Printed on acid free art paper with archival quality pigmented ink and mounted in a polymer crystal-glazed fibreboard frame. All materials are recyclable and come from environmentally responsible sources.
Frame includes built in stand for table top use and loop for wall hanging.
13cm x 8cm x 1cm.
Card only, 1st class Royal Mail (UK), 2nd class Royal Mail (UK), 1st class Europe, 1st class Rest of world