|Author:||Sheila (editor) Mackay|
|Title:||Scottish Interiors Series|
|Format:||mbr lrf mobi rtf|
|ePUB size:||1724 kb|
|FB2 size:||1170 kb|
|DJVU size:||1276 kb|
|Publisher:||Moubray House in association with the National Trust for Scotland and Historic Houses Association for Scotland; 1st Edition edition (1987)|
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Sheila Mackay is a freelance writer and author of The Forth Bridge: A Picture History (HMSO, 1993), Behind the Façade: Four Centuries of Scottish Interiors (HMSO, 1996), Lindisfarne Landscapes (St Andrews Press, 1996) and Mountain Music: Mallorca (Sancho Press, 1997). She is also a journalist and has written a series of articles on Scottish gardens for the Herald. Early Scottish Gardens.
Sheila MacKay e. Scottish Renaissance Interiors, Moubray House NTS/HHA (1987). Palau de l'Almirall, Valencia, Generalitat Valenciana (1991), 159-172, detailing a Spanish ceiling. John Cornforth, Three decades of discovery, Country Life, 6 January 1994, 34-6. Michael Bath, Renaissance decoration in Scotland, NMS, (2003), ISBN 1-901663-60-4.
The Laughing Academy (1993). Collected Short Stories (1994). The Orchard on Fire (1995). The Artist's Widow (1998). The World's Smallest Unicorn and Other Stories (1999). Fawcett Society Book Prize (1987) for Redhill Rococo. Scottish Arts Council Book Award (1994) for Dunedin. Booker Prize for Fiction (1996) (shortlist) for The Orchard on Fire. Orange Prize for Fiction (2003) (shortlist) for Heligoland.
In a nutshell In a nutshell. Fourteen years after the first volume in the highly acclaimed Interiors series comes the first of our all-new updated titles: New Paris Interiors. The city of light is a place of persistent beauty, from the Tuileries gardens to the banks of the Seine to the heights of Montmartre. But the restrained palette of beige and stone painted by the city’s noble architecture may leave one wondering if Parisians are color-impaired. Consider this book your invitation into the most gorgeous apartments in Paris. The photos are so intimate that you'll wonder if you should stay for dinner.
Edinburgh : N. Macleod, 1906. A selection of almost 400 printed items relating to the history of Scottish families, mostly dating from the 19th and early 20th centuries. Includes memoirs, genealogies and clan histories, with a few produced by emigrant families. The earliest family history goes back to AD 916.
Croft 103 is owned and managed by Fiona Mackay. Book Online Now. You can ask a question or make a booking request directly with Fiona Mackay. Croft 103 is owned and managed by Fiona Mackay. Luxury interiors using the finest materials including Caithness stone, lacquered steel and Anta tweed. Both cottages make the most of their majestic setting with floor-to-ceiling windows and outside bath tubs. The Croft 103 land is on the outskirts of Durness and is beautifully remote.