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Charles Rennie Mackintosh - 1897. Exponent of the movement known as Glasgow, was the most important exponent of Art Nouveau in the United Kingdom.

Another girl from the "Highland Dance": She is wearing a white petticoat with thin blue stripes, an apron, a tobacco brown shortgown or jacket, a neckerchief, possibly fastened with a round brooch, and what is probably a vest.

Personalised Scottish Sayings Art Print

I know what MOST of these mean! lol! And I can add some! ("Move yer big baw heid!" "Ye're a heid-in-the-pail!" "Och, away w'ye!" "Are ye' glaekit?" (NOT sure of the spelling of that one, lol!) "She's sleekit" (Again, the spelling...) and "In the name of the wee man!"

"Dunbar Close, Edinburgh" -- 1868 -- Jane Stewart Smith -- Scottish -- Oil on panel -- Belonging to the Edinburgh City Council

"River Spirit Showing the Forth" sculpture by Andy Scott - The metal lady holds a squiggle that forms a "map" of the River Forth (a 29 mile long river in Scotand) in Clackmannanshire, Scotland.