Frances MacDonald, Margaret MacDonald and James Herbert McNair. Long vertical poster with central female figure and male figure above and behind with outstretched arms The Group of Four's large-scale posters of the mid 1890s prompted lively debate in the local press as to whether such designs were art or not. Examples were exhibited in London, Paris and Venice helping to raise international awareness of the young designers and establish their reputations as progressive and experimental. Poster for the Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, c.1896 boxed mug
This 'Poster for the Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, c.1896' mug is created using the finest dye sublimation techniques and creates a stunning dishwasher safe finish. Great as a gift, or for promotional items. Each of our mug designs come as 6s, boxed in 36s for protection in transit.
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