CHARLES Rennie Mackintosh is synonymous with Glasgow and the creative legacy he etched upon it.

From the architectural masterpieces and stunning interior design schemes to his late work as a watercolourist, Mackintosh’s artistic range was astounding, as the new exhibition at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Charles Rennie Mackintosh: Making the Glasgow Style, highlights.

And as the city of his birth celebrates his 150th birthday with a programme of events, we’re offering readers the chance to enjoy a piece of that legacy for themselves with a free print.

The Herald has teamed up with People Make Glasgow to give away a free Mackintosh print with every copy of the paper on June 7. And we want your help in deciding which work – all of which you can see at the exhibition – it should be.

We’re offering four options representing different stages and aspects of Mackintosh’s life and development, and we want you to vote for the one you think should be given away next month.

The choices are:

Poster for the Scottish Musical Review, 1896.


With its androgynous stylisation of the female form and joyous singing birds, this advertising poster is a wonderful representation of the influential graphic style Mackintosh and his contemporaries created.

Sketch, 1896.


Drawn in pencil and finished in watercolour by Mackintosh as part of the scheme for Miss Cranston’s Buchanan Street tea room, the enigmatic figure shows the influence of Japan and Art Nouveau on the artist.

Pinks, watercolour, 1923.


Painted as Mackintosh and his wife Margaret Macdonald moved from London to the south of France, this stunning watercolour showcases his talents as an observer of nature.

Port Vendres – La Ville, 1925-26.


Painted in the French coastal town two years before his death, this much-loved watercolour highlights Mackintosh’s love and understanding of architecture and colour.

Glasgow Museums curator Alison Brown said: "The exhibition at Kelvingrove highlights Mackintosh’s incredible multi-faceted talent.

"I simply couldn’t chose an absolute favourite Mackintosh work. I love each of these four works for different reasons, and each becomes my favourite at different times depending on how I’m feeling. From this shortlist I will be fascinated to see which artwork the public select as their favourite Mackintosh.

“Come to Kelvingrove and enjoy the works in person before making your decision - it’s a wonderful opportunity to immerse yourself in the creative genius of Glasgow’s greatest cultural icon.”

Vote for your favourite print below. 

Voting closes at 5pm on Thursday May 31. The print that gets the most votes will be given away with The Herald on Thursday June 7.