78 Derngate Centenary Exhibition: list of exhibits

  Book: ‘A Chinese command: a story of adventure in Eastern seas’ by Harry Collingwood [pseud.]; illustrated by Arch Webb. Book: ‘Dick Chester’ by G. I. Whitham. Book: ‘How photography came about’ by Charles R. Gibson. Book: ‘Paper and printing’ by William J. Claxton. Book: ‘Rambles in the woodlands’ by William J. Claxton’. Book: ‘The […]

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List of Great War deaths in the 78 Derngate neighbourhood

This following list, ( organised by year but not alphabetically), is based on data from The Commonwealth War Graves Commission. It shows the names of soldiers, killed as a result of The Great War, who came from the locality of 78 Derngate. This list formed the basis of an animated sequence that featured in the 78 Derngate Centenary […]

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Great War deaths in the 78 Derngate neighbourhood

This map, using data from The Commonwealth War Graves Commission, shows approximate locations for the homes of soldiers, killed as a result of The Great War, in the locality of 78 Derngate. This map formed the summation of an animated sequence that featured in the 78 Derngate Centenary Exhibition “Charles Rennie Mackintosh & The Great War“. The […]

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Textile design: bouquet

This textile design was produced by Charles Rennie Mackintosh during his time in Chelsea (1915-1923). It featured in the 78 Derngate Centenary Exhibition “Charles Rennie Mackintosh & The Great War“. Mackintosh turned to commercial textile design during the years he and Margaret Macdonald spent in London. They rank among the most progressive designs of the period […]

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Textile design: stylised tulips

This textile design was produced by Charles Rennie Mackintosh during his time in Chelsea (1915-1923). It featured in the 78 Derngate Centenary Exhibition “Charles Rennie Mackintosh & The Great War“. The tulip is the commonly attributed source for this design, but the plant is so abstracted that it could as easily be a reference to […]

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Textile design: furniture fabric: blue, black, purple and white

This textile design was produced by Charles Rennie Mackintosh during his time in Chelsea (1915-1923). It featured in the 78 Derngate Centenary Exhibition “Charles Rennie Mackintosh & The Great War“. Mackintosh described this design as a ‘furniture fabric’. Mackintosh turned to commercial textile design during the years he and Margaret Macdonald spent in London. They […]

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Textile design: wave pattern: purple, pink, orange and black

This textile design was produced by Charles Rennie Mackintosh during his time in Chelsea (1915-1923). It featured in the 78 Derngate Centenary Exhibition “Charles Rennie Mackintosh & The Great War“. This work is an example of a finished design with a repeat of ten inches, and an alternative colourway of yellow, black and orange. The […]

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Textile design: waves: yellow, orange, blue and black

This textile design was produced by Charles Rennie Mackintosh during his time in Chelsea (1915-1923). It featured in the 78 Derngate Centenary Exhibition “Charles Rennie Mackintosh & The Great War“. Mackintosh turned to commercial textile design during the years he and Margaret Macdonald  spent in London. They rank among the most progressive designs of the […]

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Textile design: rectangles and green checks

This textile design was produced by Charles Rennie Mackintosh during his time in Chelsea (1915-1923). It featured in the 78 Derngate Centenary Exhibition “Charles Rennie Mackintosh & The Great War“. Mackintosh turned to commercial textile design during the years he and Margaret Macdonald spent in London. They rank among the most progressive designs of the […]

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