Mackintosh is mostly remembered today as an architect, which to me is rather odd; I believe that his paintings, watercolors, etc. far exceeded in value his architecture. And above all, his ability to depict flowers is so extraordinarily stunning, I can't imagine how he's nearly completely faded out of the Art World's awareness. I suppose, if anything, it's the general apathy felt by nearly everyone towards still lifes. Unfair.
Full Moon in September
At the Edge of the Wood