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BOOK OF POSTCARDS
   
Date: 1986

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright Decorative Designs, A Folio of Postcards (Published by Pomegranate Publications, Petaluma, CA)

Author: Pomegranate Publications

Description: A boxed portfolio of 12 postcards, two each of six designs. "Regarded by many as the ‘Father of American architects,’ Frank Lloyd Wright is not widely known as a graphic designer. This selection of twelve postcards (two each of six designs) presents some of his finest graphic decorative designs, five for Liberty magazine covers and one for a mural..."  1) "City by the Sea" Mural Design, 1956. (Copyright 1982.)  2) "Bird in the Cage," design for Liberty magazine cover, April 1927. (Copyright 1984.)  3) "July Fourth", design for Liberty magazine cover, 1927. (Copyright 1984.)  4) "Saguaro Forms", design for Liberty magazine cover, November 1927. (Copyright 1984.)  5) "Old Fashioned Window", design for Liberty magazine cover, 1927. (Copyright 1985.)  6) "Jewelry Shop Window", design for Liberty magazine cover, February 1927. (Copyright 1986.)

Size: Postcards 6 x 4.25. Box cover 4.4 x 6.1.

Pages: Pp 12 

ST#: 1986.56.0514 (1-6)

   
Date: 1991

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright: 30 Architectural Drawings (Published by Pomegranate Artbooks, Petaluma, CA)

Author: Pomegranate Artbooks

Description: Book of 30 postcards. (First Edition)

Size: 7 x 4.75

Pages: Pp 64

ST#: 1991.37.0406

   
Date: 1991

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright: Domestic Architecture and Objects

Author: Introduction by Meehan, Patrick J.

Description: Booklet of 20 Postcards. Originally priced at $8.95.  (Second Edition)

Size:

Pages: Pp 44

ST#: 1991.27.1004

   
Date: 1995

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright, Designs for Living, A Book of Postcards Published by Pomegranate Artbooks, Rohnert Park, CA)

Author: Pomegranate Artbooks

Description: Frank Lloyd Wright (1867 - 1959) helped change the shape of American houses. In his seventy-year career, he designed more than three hundred residences. From his first house - his own home in Oak Park, Illinois, begun in 1889 - to his last, Wright experimented with a variety of materials and techniques to find the most effective designs for living. He called all his works organic architecture – buildings that grew from the site, the materials and the needs of the homeowner (Back Cover). A book of 30 postcards. Original list price $9.95.  (Sixth Edition)

Size: 6.8 x 4.75

Pages: Pp 64

ST#: 1995.68.0913

   
Date: 1997

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright Residences for America. Drawings from the Wasmuth (1910) and American Systems - Built (1915 - 1917) Folios.  Book of Postcards.  (Published by Pomegranate Artbooks, Rohnert Park, CA)

Author: Pomegranate Artbooks

Description: Book of 30 postcards. Originally published in 1994. Original list price $9.95. Two copies. (Third Edition)

Size: 7 x 4.75

Pages: Pp 68

ST#: 1997.35.1206, 1997.42.0607

   
Date: 1998

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright Unbuilt Projects. A Book of Postcards (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Rohnert Park, CA)

Author: Pomegranate Communications

Description: A book of thirty postcards. "Widely credited with revolutionizing American architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright (1967-1959) produced one innovation after another over the course of his long career. In their transformation of steel and cement into diaphanous, ethereal forms, Wright’s unrealized designs most graphically embody his love of the grand gesture. Wright’s modernism had a slightly anarchic, distinctly American coloration..." (Back Cover). Original List Price $9.95. (First Edition)   

Size: 7 x 4.75

Pages: Pp 68

ST#:
1998.85.1216
   
Date: 2003

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright Unbuilt Projects. Book of Postcards. (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Rohnert Park, CA)

Author: Pomegranate Comm.

Description: Book of 30 postcards. Originally published in 1999, Second Edition. Original list price $9.95.  (Second Edition)

Size: 7 x 4.75

Pages: Pp 68

ST#: 2003.31.0607

   
East-Heinz 1.jpg (31723 bytes) Date: 1999

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright: Masterworks, A Book of Postcards

Author: Pomegranate Books

Description: Booklet of 30 Postcards. Originally priced at $9.95.  (Second Edition)

Size:

Pages: Pp 64

ST#: 1999.09.0601

   
Date: 2006

Title: Houses By Frank Lloyd Wright (Book of Postcards) (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Petaluma, CA)

Author: Pomegranate Communications

Description: Book of thirty postcards. "Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) changed the shape of the American home. Over a career the stretched into seven decades, he designed hundreds of residences. He constantly experimented to find the most effective designs for living, stressing natural materials and colors, open rooms, built-in furniture, geometric patterns, and careful setting. Each home was a coordinated composition inside and out, an expression of what he termed organic architecture. This book of postcards showcases many of Wright's most innovative houses with thirty color photographs of beautiful interiors and exteriors." (Publisher’s description.) Original list price $9.95.  (Second Edition)

Size: 6.8 x 4.75

Pages: Pp 64

ST#:
2006.57.0217
   
Date: 2011

Title: Houses By Frank Lloyd Wright (Book of Postcards) (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Petaluma, CA)

Author: Pomegranate Communications

Description: Book of thirty postcards. "Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) changed the shape of the American home. Over a career the stretched into seven decades, he designed hundreds of residences. He constantly experimented to find the most effective designs for living, stressing natural materials and colors, open rooms, built-in furniture, geometric patterns, and careful siting. Each home was a coordinated composition inside and out, an expression of what he termed organic architecture. This book of postcards showcases many of Wright's most innovative houses with thirty color photographs of beautiful interiors and exteriors." (Publisher’s description.) Original list price $10.95. (Third Edition.)

Size: 6.8 x 4.75.

Pages: Pp 64

ST#:
2011.15.1116
   
Date: 2008

Title: Decorative Designs: A Book of Postcards (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Petaluma, CA)

Author: Pomegranate Communications

Description: First published in 2000. "Seeking perfection in every ornament, Frank Lloyd Wright designed exquisite patterns for the rugs, carpets, murals, and mosaics that adorned his architectural masterpieces. These dazzling, highly abstract works of graphic art reflect Wright’s long time fascination with geometric motives, which he believed represented specific principles... This postcard book features 30 of Wright’s most imaginative textiles, window, and mural designs; it also includes several patterns created for the cover of liberty magazine." (Back cover) Original list price $9.95. (Third Edition)

Size: 7 x 4.75

Pages: Pp 62

ST#: 2008.35.0517
   
Date: 2009

Title: Drawings For The Guggenheim: A Book of Postcards (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Petaluma, CA)

Author: Pomegranate Communications

Description: "After setting off a storm of controversy, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum soon found its place in the pantheon of American architecture. This is a building no less adventurous than the modern art hung from it’s curved walls, and it’s soaring atrium and spiraling ramp splendidly suggests a twentieth-century temple built to celebrate the arts. A valedictory campaign pursued by Frank Lloyd Wright during his final decade and a half, the museum was the culmination of a lifetime of building and a remarkable response to a number of contemporary aestatic currents. The fifteen pencil sketches and watercolors in this booklet in this postcard book convey the evolution of Wright’s Manhattan masterpiece." (Back cover) Original list price $7.95. (First Edition)

Size: 7 x 4.75

Pages: Pp 30

ST#: 2009.45.0517
   
Date: 2010

Title: Beth Sholom Synagogue, A Book of Postcards (Published by Pomegranate Comm, Inc., Petaluma, CA)

Author: Pomegranate Comm, Inc.

Description: A book of 20 postcards. "Frank Lloyd Wright (American, 1867-1959) began to work on Beth Sholom late in 1953, after Rabbi Mortimer J. Cohen persuaded him to except the commission for the only synagogue he ever designed. The building was to be among the most important of the architect’s late career. The two men establish the fruitful working partnership, and Wright according to the rabbi a rare honor by identifying him as the co-author of the project. Together they created a remarkable "Mt. Sinai wrought in modern material." The synagogue, one of a small group of religious buildings Wright completed, is his only non-Christian house of worship. Beth Sholom was dedicated on September 20, 1959, just over five months after Wright’s death." Original list price $8.95. (First Edition)

Size: 7 x 4.75

Pages: Pp 42

ST#:
2010.30.0817
   
Date: 2011

Title: The Architect’s Vision: A Book of Postcards (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Petaluma, CA) 

Author: Pomegranate Communications.

Description: First published in 2009. "A preliminary chat, a small scale model, an AutoCAD rendering-all can render the architect's vision, but a pencil drawing that sets the imagined building against sky and land and trees communicates scale and setting as no other medium can. Frank Lloyd Wright (American, 1867-1959) began his career as a draftsman in the office of Joseph Lyman Silsbee, then that of Louis Henri Sullivan-both architects produced magisterial drawings themselves, and Wright always employed skilled draftsmen in his own practice. Much influenced by German fin-de-siécle renderings and Japanese prints, the thirty drawings in this collection show us buildings that never got off the drafting table as well as masterpieces that have recently been lovingly restored to their original glory." (Back cover) Original list price $7.95. (Second Edition)

Size: 7 x 4.75"

Pages: Pp 62

ST#:
2011.20.0517
   
   
   

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