Closing the Circle: Thomas Howarth, Mackintosh and the Modern Movement
Thomas Howarth is the man who "discovered" and presented to the world the work of Scotland's most original architect, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Howarth was a modern polymath-scholar, architect, historian, art collector, and a teacher who nurtured ta
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