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|Named Person:||Frances Macdonald; Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Janice Valerie Helland; Frances Macdonald; Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh
|Description:||xii, 207 p. ill.|
|Contents:||Part 1 Family, friends and education: the Macdonalds; the Glasgow School of Art; Francis Newbery and Glasgow; 19th-century Glasgow; the Glasgow School of Art Club, 1894. Part 2 From classroom to studio, 1894 to 1899: "The Magazine" and friendships; posters and studio production; metalwork, art and craft; "The Yellow Book"; the 1896 Arts and Crafts Exhibition; the Macdonald studio and the International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers. Part 3 New partnerships: the Vienna secession, 1900; the Turin exhibition; Frances Macdonald "MacNair" - her home as studio; Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh. Part 4 Individual paths: Margaret Macdonald and the RSSPWC; Gessos and painted panels; Frances Macdonald - the Glasgow years (1908-1921); Margaret Macdonald in Chelsea; epilogue - the last watercolours.|