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Robert Adam, the foremost Scottish architect, was the creator of the Adam, or Neoclassic style of furniture.
Duncan Fife, born in Inverness, exported the Adam style to America. Fife was probably America's greatest cabinet maker. He made a fortune in New York, employing as many as a hundred artisans.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh was the leader of the Glasgow Four, a group of artists with a pronounced influence on modern art and architecture. They created what is known as Scottish Art Nouveau.
In the 90's, Mackintosh's pieces commanded the highest auction prices of any 20th century furniture.