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WHERE THE STONES SPEAK – Author’s journey to Scotland

Shades of Scottish creativity Glasgow, Edinburgh and Newarthill, Tipton, Dalkeith and Gretna Green. Welcome where creativity is able to manifest itself in places full of history, but also in remote villages wrapped in the scent of salt. Among the many possibilities of a trip to Scotland https://www.visitscotland.com/, there is a special one, but to live it you will need to …

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IN DIFFERENT MEDIA – Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh, one of the key figures in the emergence of the ‘Glasgow Style’ in the 1890s

Glasgow style and Viennese Art Nouveau  English painter, illustrator and decorator operating in Scotland, she is also remembered for her important interior designs, made with her husband. She was born in Tipton, near Wolverhampton (metropolitan district of the English West Midlands) on a day of November 1864. The beginning of her artistic career reflects experimental features. Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh‘s https://www.posterlounge.com/artists/margaret-macdonald-mackintosh/ …

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