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SPECIALIST modelmaker Brian Gallagher has brought his mini Mackintosh replicas under one roof for a major exhibition.

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Brian, from Biggar, in South Lanarkshire, was adding the finishing touches to the display for the exhibition which opens at the Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow University on July 18.

The six specially- commissioned Charles Rennie Mackintosh architectural models form part of The Hunterian's special exhibition, Mackintosh Architecture.

They are of six unbuilt projects by Mackintosh for an artist's house in the town, an artist's house in the country, three proposals for a gate lodge and an unidentified house in Kilmacolm.

Brian's models have been exhibited at prestigious venues in the UK and US.

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