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1929 Arizona Biltmore Hotel Adjustable Chrome Light Fixtures.  This pair of lamps were installed on either side of the bathroom mirrors. The bulb holder rides up and down on the pole and a cast wing nut hold it in place.  A cord from the wall to the bottom of the socket supplied the power.  They were possible designed by Wright or Albert Chase McArthur, the architect of record. This pair was purchased at an auction in the mid 1970s at the Arizona Biltmore. Includes two chrome light fixtures, a spare bulb holder that slides up and down, and two switch plate covers. The back of the plate cover and the light bulb sleeve that slides into the fixture is stamped “Bryant, Made is the U.S.A.”  Possibly manufactured by the Bryant Lighting Co.  28.5" tall. 0228.06.0906
Circa 1934 Arizona Biltmore Hotel Table Lamp.  22" tall. 1934.00.1200
C 1950?

Dana Style Lamp, Single Pedestal. The Dana Residence was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1902. Not only did Wright design the home, but the furnishings as well including a single-pedestal and double-pedestal table lamps as well as the suspended and wall sconce. Dana Style Lamp Art Glass Single Pedestal Base. Non-Wright art glass shade. Base manufactured by Dale Tiffany, #7581/327. The base is similar to a Dana Lamp, but that is it, only similar. Antique verde finish. Base: 9.75 W x 7 D x 16.75 extends to 24.5 with neck. Four feet are 1.75 x 1.75 x 1.75. Art glass panel: 5.5 W x 10.75. Art glass panel: seven vertical pieces, small horizontal row top and bottom. No markings on base. Not dated, circa 1950??

0831.70.1000
C 1950?
Dana Style Lamp, Single Pedestal Base Only. The Dana Residence was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1902. Not only did Wright design the home, but the furnishings as well including a single-pedestal and double-pedestal table lamps as well as the suspended and wall sconce. Dana Style Lamp Art Glass Single Pedestal Base. Non-Wright art glass shade. Base manufactured by Dale Tiffany, #7581/327. The base is similar to a Dana Lamp, but that is it, only similar. Antique verde finish. Base: 9.75 W x 7 D x 16.75 extends to 24.5 with neck. Four feet are 1.75 x 1.75 x 1.75. Art glass panel: 5.5 W x 10.75. Art glass panel: seven vertical pieces, small horizontal row top and bottom. No markings on base. Not dated, circa 1950??  0831.71.1217
C 1961
Taliesin Table Lamp circa 1961. Frank Lloyd Wright originally designed this lamp for Taliesin (Spring Green) in 1925. The shade cantilevers over a square base. In April 1925, fire struck Taliesin for the second time and destroyed the living quarters. Wright rebuilt again, expanding and enlarging the Dining and Living Room. This lamp can be found in photographs was taken by Henry Fuermann, circa 1926 (below). Also published in "Frank Lloyd Wright, Complete Works 1917-1942", Pfeiffer, 2010, p. 155. Photograph of Wright’s bedroom photographed in 1937 by Hedrich-Blessing. Robert Warn joined Taliesin on June 1, 1945 and apprenticed for three years. After leaving the fellowship he settled in Northfield, Minnesota, which is South of Minneapolis. He maintained his interest in Wright, published articles and gave lectures in the 1960s and 70s on Wright’s architecture. He worked for the architectural firm of Sovik, Mathre and Madison. In 1961, Warn designed a home for John and Lota Bare in Northfield. According to the neighbor we acquired the lamp from, she received the lamp as a gift from Lota, after John past away. "The lamp was always on a side table in the living room of the Bare home. Much of the living room’s furnishings were built-in, in classic Prairie style. I assumed that the lamp was acquired as part of the building and decorating process...  Continue... 1483.30.0117
C 1978
Taliesin Table Lamp A Circa 1978. From the estate of William Krebe who lived in the home "Redleaf" designed by John Howe. Howe was born and raised in Evanston, Illinois, and it began at the age of nine, on his bicycle, spending hours exploring Prairie-styled houses in the Chicago suburbs, "John H. Howe, Architect", Hession, Quigley, 2015, p.14. In 1931, Howe and his mother heard Wright speak at the Art Insinuate of Chicago, and had the opportunity to meet Wright afterward. During his Senior year in High School, Charles Morgan gave a chalk-talk lecture at his high school, shared with him Wright’s plan to start the Taliesin Fellowship, and invited Howe accompany him to Taliesin, Spring Green in the Spring of 1932. In October, 1932, at nineteen, he became a charter member of the Taliesin Fellowship and during the next twenty-seven years, until Wright’s death in 1959, became know as "the pencil in Wright’s hand." He stayed on as Taliesin Associated Architects lead architect and then worked in Aaron Greens office in San Francisco. In 1967, he moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota and began John H. Howe, Architect at age fifty-four. Howe took a three year break from Taliesin, 1943-1946, when he was sentenced to three years at the low-security Sandstone Federal Correctional Institution in Minnesota...  Continue... 1978.54.0918
C 1978
Taliesin Table Lamp B Circa 1978. From the estate of William Krebe who lived in the home "Redleaf" designed by John Howe. Howe was born and raised in Evanston, Illinois, and it began at the age of nine, on his bicycle, spending hours exploring Prairie-styled houses in the Chicago suburbs, "John H. Howe, Architect", Hession, Quigley, 2015, p.14. In 1931, Howe and his mother heard Wright speak at the Art Insinuate of Chicago, and had the opportunity to meet Wright afterward. During his Senior year in High School, Charles Morgan gave a chalk-talk lecture at his high school, shared with him Wright’s plan to start the Taliesin Fellowship, and invited Howe accompany him to Taliesin, Spring Green in the Spring of 1932. In October, 1932, at nineteen, he became a charter member of the Taliesin Fellowship and during the next twenty-seven years, until Wright’s death in 1959, became know as "the pencil in Wright’s hand." He stayed on as Taliesin Associated Architects lead architect and then worked in Aaron Greens office in San Francisco. In 1967, he moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota and began John H. Howe, Architect at age fifty-four. Howe took a three year break from Taliesin, 1943-1946, when he was sentenced to three years at the low-security Sandstone Federal Correctional Institution in Minnesota...  Continue... 1978.55.0918
1990s Dana Style Lamp Double Pedestal. Stained glass lamp by Dale Tiffany. Antique Verde Finish. #7582/328 Unknown date. 27" W x 15" L x 26" H. 1990.44.0306
1990s
Dana Style Butterfly Chandelier. The Dana Residence was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1902. Not only did Wright design the home, but the furnishings and lighting. Lighting styles included the chandelier, the single- and double-pedestal table lamps and the wall sconce. Not as detailed as the original, it also does not carry the price tag of the Yamagiwa (1999.83) reproduction of $38,000. No markings, and manufacturer not known. Not dated, circa 1990s?? 1990.142.0603
1994
Taliesin Lamp 1994 (Designed in 1925). Frank Lloyd Wright originally designed this lamp for Taliesin (Spring Green) in 1925. The shade overhangs a square base. In April 1925, fire struck Taliesin for the second time and destroyed the living quarters. Wright rebuilt again, expanding and enlarging the Dining and Living Room. This lamp can be found in photographs was taken by Henry Fuermann, circa 1926. Also published in "Frank Lloyd Wright, Complete Works 1917-1942", Pfeiffer, 2010, p. 155. Photograph of Wright’s bedroom photographed in 1937 by Hendrich-Blessing. Manufactured by Yamagiwa, Cherry wood and an acrylic insert in the shade. Medal label on base: © Frank Lloyd Wright FND. 1994. Stamped: U00364.  Original list price $750.00. 14 (W) x 20 (H) x 16 (D). Also comes in smaller size. 1994.72.1013
1999

Yamagiwa Frank Lloyd Wright Lighting Collection Catalog (Published by Yamagiwa U.S.A. Corporation, Westlake Village, CA) Silver and yellow folder includes 15 single flyers printed two sides, Intro letter and price sheet. Also included in the folder are three different postcards . Single Sheets: 1) Frank Lloyd Wright Lighting Collection (Cover). 2) Midway Garden Table Lamp. Midway / S2302. $960. 30 3/8 H x 13 3/4 W x 29 ˝ D. 3) Robie Wall Sconce, Wooden. Robie 1 / B2324. $650. 7 H x 11 1/4 W x 13 1/8 D. 4) Robie Wall Sconce, Metal. Robie 2 / B2326. $2000. 7 1/8 H x 8 7/8 W x 11 D. 5) Storer Floor and Wall Sconce. Storer 1 /S2304/2498... Continue...

1999.83.0616
2000 Light Screen: Frank Lloyd Wright Oak Park Home and Studio Playroom Wood Light Screen.  The Playroom addition was designed in 1895.  Produced by Prairie Arts.  Adapted from Wright’s original designs, this is one of the four oak fretwork grilles that comprise the playroom's barrel-vaulted ceiling skylight.  Oak veneered panel 24" x 48". 2000.52.0607
Circa 2007
Fallingwater Vertical Bedside Lamp (1935 - S.230) designed circa 1936. This authorized reproduction (exact replica) was manufactured circa 2007. Handcrafted by local Pennsylvania craftsman. Frank Lloyd Wright designed this Vertical Bedside Lamp for Fallingwater, casting a soft glow against the natural stone wall. Constructed of walnut which swivels above a heavy case iron base. See "Fallingwater" Kaufmann, 1986, pages 98, 138-9, 144. Also "Frank Lloyd Wright Select Houses 4", Pfeiffer, 1990, pages 104, 110, 112. Wright also designed a matching horizontal desk lamp, see "Fallingwater" Kaufmann, 1986, pages 121, and in the Guesthouse bedroom, "Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater", Hoffmann, 1978, page 181. Vertical lamp produced in three sizes, 13, 15 and 17 inches tall. Horizontal in two sizes, 24 and 36 inches wide. Original list price $378, purchased in 2007 at the Fallingwater Museum Store. It is 13 inches high, by 3 inches square. The base is 5 inches square. 2007.72.1213
2010
Taliesin Playhouse Theater Pendant Lamp 2010 (Adaptation). Wright designed Hillside Home School II in 1902. The building was constructed of light rose colored sandstone, heavy oak beams and red roof tiles. When the Hillside Home School closed in 1915, it fell into disrepair. When Wright began the Taliesin Fellowship in 1932, it became part of the Taliesin Fellowship complex. Wright converted the original gymnasium into a theater in 1933, and designed lighting pendants which he suspended from the ceiling. In 1952, after the theater was rebuilt following a fire, Wright modified the original design. He also created standing floor lamp utilizing the same design. Gift from James C. Rust. 15.5 x 6 x 64.5 2010.22.0610



YAMAGIWA LIGHTING COMPANY
   
Date: 1999

Title: Yamagiwa Frank Lloyd Wright Lighting Collection Catalog (Published by Yamagiwa U.S.A. Corporation, Westlake Village, CA)

Description: Silver and yellow folder includes 15 single flyers printed two sides, Intro letter and price sheet. Also included in the folder are three different postcards. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: Folder 9 x 12, Single Sheets 8.5 x 11. Cards 8.5 x 5.5.

Pages: Pp 32

ST#: 1999.83.0616
   



Single Sheets: 1)
Frank Lloyd Wright Lighting Collection (Cover).
   



Single Sheets: 2) Midway Garden Table Lamp. Midway / S2302. $960. 30 3/8 H x 13 3/4 W x 29 ˝ D.
   



Single Sheets: 3) Robie Wall Sconce, Wooden. Robie 1 / B2324. $650. 7 H x 11 1/4 W x 13 1/8 D.
   



Single Sheets: 4) Robie Wall Sconce, Metal. Robie 2 / B2326. $2000. 7 1/8 H x 8 7/8 W x 11 D.
   



Single Sheets: 5) Storer Floor and Wall Sconce. Storer 1 /S2304/2498. $2,400 / $750. 6' 4" H x 6 1/16 W x 8 D, 9 5/8 H x 6 1/16 W x 9 D.
 

 




Single Sheets: 6) Dana-Thomas House Suspended Lamp. Sumas 1 / P2230. $38,000. 22 H x 23 3/4 W x 23 3/4 D.
   



Single Sheets: 7) Dana-Thomas House Single Pedestal Table Lamp. Sumas 2 / S2296. $11,400. 22 5/8 H x 27 3/4 W x 27 3/4 D.
   



Single Sheets:
8) Dana-Thomas House Double Pedestal Table Lamp. Sumas 3 / S2298. $15,200. 23 1/4 H x 32 1/2 W x 19 1/4 D.
   



Single Sheets:
9) Dana-Thomas Wall Sconce. Sumas 4 / S2322. $1,800. 13 1/8 H x 3 3/4 W x 5 D.
   



Single Sheets:
10) Dana-Thomas Table Lamp. Sumas 5 / S2300. $1,400. 10 1/8 H x 4 7/8 W x 4 7/8 D.
   



Single Sheets:
11) Taliesin Table Lamp. Taliesin 1 / S2306, Taliesin Mini / S2526. $750 / $400. 20 H x 14 W x 16 D. Mini: 16 H x 11 1/4 W x 12 5/8 D.
   



Single Sheets: 12) Taliesin Floor Lamp. Taliesin 1 / S2528, $1,000. 49 H x 15 W x 16 15/16 D.
   



Single Sheets: 13) Taliesin Floor Lamp. Taliesin 2 / S2308. $2,850. 6' 8 1/8" H x 1' 4" W x 1' 4" D.
   



Single Sheets: 14) Taliesin Table Lamp. Taliesin 3 / S2310. $1,000. 29 3/4 H x 8 1/4 W x 8 1/4 D.
   



Single Sheets: 15) Taliesin Pendant - 11 and 7 lamps. Taliesin Pendant / P2428, P2430. $5,800, $4,200. 7' 4 5/8 H x 16 1/2 W x 8 D, 5' 5 5/8 H x 16 1/2 W x 8 D.
   



Postcards: 1) Robie Wall Sconces, Wood and metal. B2324, Robie 1, B2326, Robie 2 (1 Card).
   



Postcards: 2) Taliesin Table Lamp. Taliesin 1, Taliesin Mini. (3 Cards).
   



Postcards: 3) Taliesin Floor Lamp. Taliesin 2. (4 Cards).
   
   
   

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