The present work was executed after Mackintosh’s stay in the Suffolk village of Walberswick and whilst working and living in the artistic milieu of Chelsea. The subject of the rose had become so characteristic of the Glasgow Style and Mackintosh in particular that it became known as the ‘Glasgow Rose’. Mackintosh recurrently used his iconic stylised and stencil-like rose motif, and the present work gives us an intriguing glimpse into an alternate handling of the artist’s most quintessential subject.
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