Mackie, Thomas Callender
Thomas Callender Campbell Mackie (1886–1952), or Campbell Mackie as he is known, was born in Helensborough, Dumbartonshire and studied at the Glasgow School of Architecture.
He subsequently worked as an architect, interior designer and painter and was appointed as Head of Design at Glasgow School of Art. Mackie exhibited at Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, the Royal Scottish Academy in Edinburgh, and the Royal Academy in London.
He was a member of the Glasgow Art Club, an Associate of the Royal Institute of British Architects and an Associate of the Royal Institute of Architects in Scotland. Paintings by him are held in the collections of East Dunbartonshire Council, Glasgow Museums, GSA, Newport Museum and Art Gallery, Paisley Art Gallery and Perth & Kinross Council. A pastel sketch of ‘Westergables’ in Argyll, drawn by Mackie, is illustrated in the Studio Yearbook of Decorative Art, 1926. He died in Milngavie, Scotland.
Pattern by Thomas Callender Campbell Mackie. Published by Longmans, Green, London and New York, 1928.