Herbert MacNair

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James Herbert MacNair (23 December 1868 – 22 April 1955), was a Scottish artist, designer and teacher whose work contributed to the development of the Modern Style (British Art Nouveau style) during the 1890s.

James Herbert McNair
The Immortals at Glasgow School of Art (Back Row: Margaret MacDonald. Middle Row L-R: Frances Macdonald, Katharine Cameron, Janet Aitken, Agnes Raeburn, Jessie Keppie and her brother John Keppie. Front Row L-R: Herbert McNair and Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
The Gift of Doves, 1904.