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This is one of three tiny museums in the region which throw light on the last years of CRM's life, which he lived with his wife Margaret MacDonald mostly in Port Vendres.
It consists of two small rooms filled with reproductions of his paintings, photographs,...More
We would like to have seen the Charles Rennie Mackintosh exhibition in Port-Vendres, and the delightful couple running the gallery upstairs would like us to have been able to see it, but sadly the Tourist Office, who are responsible for the exhibition, had not bothered...More
Many people will look at Macintosh’s work and think of Frank Lloyd Wright, but Macintosh is actually earlier and a well documented influence on Wright. Unfortunately, an economic downturn prevented him from being as productive. His home has been recreated in loving detail and is...More
We called into the CRM museum hoping to view the gardens - only to find that they are just open on a couple of afternoons a week which did not coincide with our visit. However, it is a beautiful gallery building which had other artwork...More
Lovely collection of his work while living in Port Vendres and your are struck by the joy and light and colours of his work with the contrast of his former life living in the industrial gloom of Glasgow . The female attendant was very helpful...More
This small museum tells the story of the last years of Charles Rennie Mackintosh after he had moved to the South of France following his successful and better known career as an architect. It is a phase of his life unknown to many who may...More