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1932
1932 
FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT
Rebel... Prophet... Genius
Lectures on: MODERN ARCHITECTURE at the ALBRIGHT ART GALLERY, Buffalo, N.Y.  NOVEMBER 9th (1932)     8:30p.m.
Albright Art Gallery This poster announced Frank Lloyd Wright's lectures on Modern Architecture.  This was two years after he spoke at Princeton.  Those lectures were published in 1931, in his book called MODERN ARCHITECTURE, Being the Kahn Lectures for 1930.  My assumption would be that since the title was the same, he spoke on some of the same subjects that were published in his book.  Along the lines of a "Book Tour".  (First Edition) 11 x 14  0250.02.0401
1956
1956  Flyer announcing Frank Lloyd Wright speaks on The Mile-High Building - "The Illinois" A R.H. Barker Presentation Frank Lloyd Wright Speaks at the Orchestra Hall, Friday Evening, October 19th at 8:15pm. (First Edition) Pp 1 1094.01.0102
1959
1959  A Work of Art for Works of Art... Guggenheim (Possibly Published by Ready Mix Concrete) Ready Mix Concrete "Superb craftsmanship in concrete reflected in New York’s Guggenheim Museum of Art. Seldom in history has a project been given such wide attention and comment during construction as the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York. The only building in the city designed by famed Frank Lloyd Wright, and the last major work of his life, its design has proved as extraordinary as its designer... and its influence on the architecture of our times may remain for future generations to determine...  Continue... Pp 1 1377.52.0911
1964  Marin County Hall of Justice (1957/1967 - S.417) Print Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Page 19 from the 1964 architectural construction drawing for the Marin Civic Center Hall of Justice. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1957. It was completed in two parts. The Administration was completed in 1962. In 1963 the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation was commissioned in 1963 to begin the second phase, the Hall of Justice. It was completed in 1969. Original 18.25 x 15 diazo blue-line print construction drawing. 1596.25.0513
1969
1969  Films on Burnham, Sullivan, Wright, Mies, van derRohe & The Imperial Hotel.  June 22-26, 1969.  Film Festival at Fullerton Hall, Art Institute of Chicago. A.I.A. Chicago Chapter and The Art Institute of Chicago Two films on Wright.  “Frank Lloyd Wright” and “The Imperial Hotel, Tokyo - 1921 to 1967".  11 x 11. (First Edition) Pp 1 1803.02.0606
1973
1973  Great Americans of the Twentieth Century  (Published by The Instructo Corp., Paoli, Pennsylvania. Subsidiary of McGraw-Hill) Anonymous “Frank Lloyd Wright”. From set of 10 posters.  Set also includes booklet and 9.5 x 4 informational card. 17 x 22 1940.03.0906
1973
Fallingwater (Published by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, Pittsburgh, PA) Western Pennsylvania Conservancy Fallingwater. Frank Lloyd Wright, architect. Designed for Edgar Kaufmann, Mill Run, Pa. Entrusted to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Photograph by Harold Corsini. 17 x 22.75 1940.08.0718
1974
1974  Related Item:  Nakoma-Nakomis, Winnebago Indian Memorials: Two Sculptures by Frank Lloyd Wright 1924 Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation & Hubbard Associates Small Poster or Card announcing the exhibit or sale of the two sculptures. (There is a 20 page pamphlet describing the recent castings.  This is related to that pamphlet.)  (First Edition) 5.5 x 8.5 1942.01.1201
1975
C 1975
Frank Lloyd Wright. The Sojourner. (Published by Kawneer Company, an architectural aluminum manufacturer) Kawneer Company The Kawneer Company produced a series of posters honoring great architects. This illustration includes a portrait of Frank Lloyd Wright, as-well-as illustrations of the Imperial Hotel;, Fallingwater, SC Johnson Research Tower and column, and the Guggenheim Museum. Hand written over the illustrations are Wright quotes. Originally housed within a large folder and included a vellum cover. Illustrated by Allan Mardon. 19 x 23.5 19 x 23.5 1996.25.0617
1977
1977  Oak Park Dining Room Grille  (Produced by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation) Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation “Dining Room Ceiling Grille from the Oak Park Home ☐☐☐☐☐ Frank Lloyd Wright - 1895 ☐☐ 1977 Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation”   (First Edition) 15.5 x 30 2023.06.0307
1979
1979  Frank Lloyd Wright: Wright Plus. May 19, 1979, 9:00 - 5:00, Oak Park, Illinois (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation "Tour interiors of ten spectacular structures designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and his contemporaries in Oak Park, Illinois." Sponsored by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation, 951 Chicago Avenue, Oak Park, IL Poster printed with funds from the Illinois Office of Tourism and the Department of Business and Economic Development. The illustration of the Edwin H. Cheney House, a reprint from the Wasmuth Portfolio, "Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright"...  Continue... 16.8 x 18 1979.25.0711
1981
1981  Innovative Furniture in America (Published by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, Washington D.C.) Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service Exhibition Poster: Organized and Circulated by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, March 1981 - April 1983.  David A. Hanks, Exhibition Curator.  Secretary’s armchair for the S.C. Johnson Administration Building.  Painted steel, walnut arms, upholstered seat and back.  Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, 1936.  Manufactured by Steelcase, Inc.  (First Edition) 23 x 33 1981.17.0907
1981  Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio, Oak Park, Illinois (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park) Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation Wright Plus. Dining Room in Wright’s Home and Studio. The Seventh Annual Wright Plus benefit walk included guided tours of five buildings designed by Wright. The William G. Fricke (#2033.02) House (1901), the William E, Martin House (1903), the Edwin H. Cheney House (1904), Unity Temple (1904) and the Wright Home and Studio. The restoration of the Wright Dining was completed in 1977, with the placement of the reacquired original Dining Room Set. Photographed by Barbara Karant of...  Continue... 18 x 24 1981.25.0112
1981
Wright Plus (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, with support from the Illinois Office of Tourism.) Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation Wright Plus. A House Walk in Oak Park, Illinois. May 16, 1981. 312/848-1976. Frank Lloyd Wright. Photograph of the Frank Lloyd Wright Residence Dining Room and dining room table and chairs. Photo: Sadin / Karant. Illinois Office of Tourism, Department of Business and Economic Development, printed with state and local funds. 18 x 24

1981.140/1015

1982
1982  American Architecture Stamp Poster for #2019-2022 (Produced by the US Postal Service.) US Postal Service "We have some grand designs for your future. By building a collection of U.S. stamps, you can become the architect of experiences that will stay with you forever. Start with this block of four stamps, the fourth in a series of stamps honoring American architecture. Available October 1." Illustration of a block of four stamps #2019-2022. Includes Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater #2019. In the background are line drawings superimposed over the photograph of Eero Saarinen’s Dulles Airport...  Continue... 24 x 36 1982.35.0810
1982
Wright Plus (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, with support from the Illinois Office of Tourism.) Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation Wright Plus. A House Walk in Oak Park, Illinois. May 15, 1982. 312/848-1976. Frank Lloyd Wright art glass skylight, circa 1905, designed for the reception room of his studio. Design: David Anderson. Photograph: Ben Chin/Light Industries. Discover The Magnificent Miles of Illinois. Office of Tourism, Department of Commerce and Community Affairs, printed with state and local funds. 18 x 26 1982.47.1015
1983
1983  Wright Plus (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation.) Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation Wright Plus. A House Walk in Oak Park, Illinois. May 21, 1983. 312/848-1976. Frank Lloyd Wright. Frank Lloyd Wright Residence Living Room and Fireplace Inglenook. Design: David Anderson. Photograph: Ben Chin. (Two Copies) 18 x 24 1983.12.1202 1983.34.1015
1984
1984  Drawings. Exhibition for the benefit of The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation (Published by GA Gallery, Tokyo, Japan) GA Gallery & Max Protetch Published in conjunction with the exhibition held in Japan and New York.  October 27 - December 2, 1984, GA Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.  January 11 - February 9, 1985, Max Protetch, New York.  (First Edition) 24 x 36.25 1984.31.0807
1984  Frank Lloyd Wright: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum  (Published by A.D.A. Edita Tokyo Co., Ltd) A.D.A. Edita Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY,  1943  30" x 25".  GA Drawings No. 2.  (First Edition) 36.4 x 24.2 1984.30.0407
1984  Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio, Oak Park, Illinois (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation) Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation Oak Park Play Room.  (First Edition) 18 x 24 1984.26.0506
1984
Wright Plus (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation.) Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation Wright Plus. A House Walk in Oak Park, Illinois. May 19, 1984. 312/848-1976. Frank Lloyd Wright Residence Playroom. Design: David Anderson. Photograph: Don A. DuBroff. Copyright The Frank Lloyd Wright House and Studio Foundation 1984. 18 x 24 1984.46.1015
1985
1985  Darwin D. Martin House Drawing Artist Lisa Krauss Darwin D. Martin House, Buffalo, New York, Frank Lloyd Wright architect. 16 x 20 1985.22.0207
1985
Wright Plus (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation.) Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation Wright Plus. A House Walk in Oak Park, Illinois. May 18/19, 1985. 312/848-1976. Frank Lloyd Wright Residence West Elevation. Ten Landmark Years. A benefit for The Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation. Design: Marlene Vitek. Copyright 1985 The Frank Lloyd Wright House and Studio Foundation. 24 x 18 1985.56.1015
1986
1986  Darwin D. Martin House, Buffalo New York  (Published by The Landmark Society of Niagara Frontier) Photograph by Biff Henrich Stairway at Second Floor.  Buffalo Architectural Series Number Two.  Frank Lloyd Wright Architect.  Designed 1903, Constructed 1904 - 1906.  (First Edition) 23 x 37 1986.23.0407
1986
Frank Lloyd Wright, Drawings. (Heller Residence) (Published by Pomegranate Publications, Corte Madera, California) Pomegranate Publications Frank Lloyd Wright, American (1869-1959), House for Isidore Heller, Chicago, Illinois, 1896 (detail). Perspective, 10-1/2 x 30," watercolor and graphite pencil on tracing paper mounted to heavy grade art paper. Pomegranate Publications, Box 980, Corte Madera, California 94925. © 1986 The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona. Designed by Malcom Tarlofsky. 24 x 36 1986.64.0516
1986  Frank Lloyd Wright: “The Great Workroom”  1886 - S. C. Johnson & Son, Inc., Administration Building, Racine, Wisconsin - 1986  (Produced by S. C. Johnson & Son, Inc.) S. C. Johnson & Son, Inc. Created for the Centennial/ Preservation-Racine Tour Committee 1986. Published in "Johnson Wax Magazine"  (First Edition) 31 x 21 1986.21.0307
1986  Frank Lloyd Wright: “The Great Workroom”  S. C. Johnson & Son, Inc., - Administration Building - Racine, Wisconsin  (Produced by S. C. Johnson & Son, Inc.) S. C. Johnson & Son, Inc. Descriptive pamphlet accompanying poster.  “To celebrate its 100th Anniversary...  Created a limited edition lithographic print.  Created especially for the Preservation Racine Tours of Homes.”  6.25 x 4.6.  (First Edition) Pp 4 1986.22.0307
1986
Wright Plus (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation.) Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation Wright Plus. A House Walk in Oak Park, Illinois. May 17, 1986. 312/848-1976. Photograph of the Frank Lloyd Wright Studio Drafting Room. Caption: Frank Lloyd Wright studio drafting room restored to circa 1909. A benefit for The Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation. Design: Marlene Vitek. Photograph: Peter L. Johnsen. Copyright 1986 The Frank Lloyd Wright House and Studio Foundation. 18 x 24 1986.61.1015
1987
1987 

Wright Plus - 1987

Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation A Housewalk in Oak Park, Illinois / May 16, 1987.  (First Edition) 18 x 24 1987.15.0902
1988
1988  Frank Lloyd Wright 1869-1959 Buildings and Projects (Published by Edition Lidiarte, Berlin) Edition Lidiarte “Selected Chronological Catalog Of Buildings And Projects.” Includes a selected list of buildings and projects as well as 45 photographs and 39 illustrations.  (First Edition) 27 x 39.5 1988.30.0706
1988  Frank Lloyd Wright: The Art Institute of Chicago”  (Published by Art
Institute of Chicago)
Art Institute of Chicago “Frank Lloyd Wright (American 1867-1959).  Window Triptych from the Avery Coonley Playhouse, Riverside, Illinois 1912.  Clear and colored leaded glass in a wooden frame, center pane 89.5 x109.3cm; side panels 91.5x 19.8cm. each.  Restricted gilt of Dr. and Mrs. Edwin J. DeCosta and the Walter E. Heller Foundation,1986-88.  The art Institute of Chicago.”  (First Edition) 35 x 26 1988.31.0207
1988  Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio: Oak Park, Illinois Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation (First Edition) 18 x 24 1988.14.0902
1988
Lewis and Roca - Cowan, Liebowitz & Latman - 1988 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Presentation drawing of the Baghdad University. "Aerial View of the University. At Height of 300 Feet. Plan For Greater Baghdad. Dedicated to Sumeria, Isin, Larsa and Babylon. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." In 1957, Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned to design a "Plan for Greater Baghdad", which included an Opera and Civic Auditorium, an Art Gallery, a Casino, Merchant Kiosks, a Monument to Harum-al-Rashid, a Museum, a University and the Central Post and Telegraph Building. In 1958, King Faisal II was...  Continue... 20 x 10.5 1988.95.0417
1988
Wright Plus (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation.) Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation Wright Plus. A House Walk in Oak Park, Illinois. Saturday May 21, 1988. 312.848.1976. The Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio. Oak Park, Illinois. Photograph of the entrance to the Frank Lloyd Wright Studio. Caption: The complex interplay of geometric masses and voids, basic to Wright’s architecture, is evident in the entrance to his 1898 studio. Design: Keller Lane & Waln. Photography: Jon Miller, Hedrich-Blessing. Copyright 1988, The Frank Lloyd Wright House and Studio Foundation. 18 x 24 1988.88.1015
1989
1989  Avery Coonley Residence, Riverside, Illinois 1912 (Published by The National Center for the Study Frank Lloyd Wright, Domino’s Farms, Ann Arbor, Michigan) The National Center for the Study Frank Lloyd Wright What’s left of a poster / calendar produced by the Center.  I assume that it was produced in conjunction with an exhibition.  Photo of the Coonley Residence and a pair of windows.  (First Edition) 18 x 15 1989.37.0506
1989
The Illinois (Mile High) (Published by A.D.A. Edita Tokyo Co., Ltd.) A.D.A. Edita Tokyo Co., Ltd. On face of illustration: "The Illinois. Cantilever - Structure. Mile High. 528 Stories or 5280 Feet + 400-Foot Aerial. Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect." Frank Lloyd Wright Project: "Mile High" ("The Illinois") Office Building, Chicago, Illinois, 1956. 24 x 96". Copyright © The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation 1957. GA Drawings No.6, Copyright © A.D.A. Edita Tokyo Co., Ltd. 1989. 24 x 36   1989.91.1214
1989  Lawrence Memorial Library 1905.  Springfield, Illinois.  Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect. Taliesin Architects Small Poster.  Drawing by Taliesin Architects.  Acquired from Taliesin apprentice Bill Owen.  (First Edition) 8.5 x 11 1989.32.0305
1989
Wright Plus (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation.) Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation Wright Plus. A Housewalk in Oak Park, Illinois. Celebrating the centennial of Wright’s Oak Park home. Saturday May 20, 1989, Sunday May 21, 1989. 312.848.1976. The Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio. Oak Park, Illinois. Photograph of the West elevation of the Home and Studio. Design: Greene & Waln. Photography: Donald G. Kalec. Copyright 1989, The Frank Lloyd Wright House and Studio Foundation. 23 x 22 1989.100.1015
1990
1990  Architectural Renderings: Frank Lloyd Wright Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Print Portfolio of 8 Drawings by Frank Lloyd Wright.  (First Edition) 15 x 13 (8) 1990.17.0102
1990  American Arts & Craft, Virtue In Design. September 21, 1900 - January 6, 1991. Frank Lloyd Wright Los Angeles County Museum Of Art. Museum Assoc, Los Angeles County Museum Of Art Presentation Drawing for the Francis W. Little House, Peoria, Illinois, 1902-3, Black ink, watercolor, and gilt on parchment, 12 1/4 x 23 11/16. Collection of Max Palevsky and Jodie Evans. 24 x 36 1990.83.0411
1990
The Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio, Oak Park, Illinois (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park) Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation "In 1895 Frank Lloyd Wright added a dramatic, barrel-vaulted playroom onto his Oak Park Home." Frank Lloyd Wright Oak Park Home Playroom. Photograph by Jon Miller, Hedrich-Blessing. 24 x 18 1990.110.0714
1991
1991
Wright Plus (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation.) Frank Lloyd Wright  Home & Studio Foundation Wright Plus. A Housewalk in Oak Park, Illinois. Saturday May 18, 1991. 708.848.1500. The Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio. Oak Park, Illinois. Caption: The office of Frank Lloyd Wright ’s Oak Park studio is highlighted by autumn hues and intricate art glass. 1991, The Frank Lloyd Wright House and Studio Foundation. Design: Greene, Campbell & Waln. Photography: Chester Brummel. 18 x 24 1991.75.1015
1992
1992
Wright Plus (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park) Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation The Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio. Wright Plus. A Housewalk in Oak Park, Illinois. Saturday, May 16, 1992. 708.848.xxxx. Dining Room Chair, Print Table, Plaque, High Chair, Entrance Panel, Light Fixture, Teco Vase. 18 x 24 1992.91.0714
1993
1993
Allentown Art Museum, Francis W. Little Library Window (1912 - S.173). Allentown Art Museum "Allentown Art Museum. Library window from the Francis W. Little house, Frank Lloyd Wright, 1913. Gift of Bernard and Audrey Berman. This poster is supported jointly by a grant from the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Holiday Hair Fashions, Inc., and another donor." 28 x 22 1993.87.0617
1993  Wright Plus - 1993 Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation A Housewalk in Oak Park, Illinois / May 15, 1993.  (First Edition) 18 x 24 1993.26.0902
1994
1994  Frank Lloyd Wright: Taliesin West Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Original List Price $10.00.  (First Edition) 28 x 18 1994.19.1001
1994  Frank Lloyd Wright Drawings: A Portfolio of Six Prints The Museum of Modern Art Portfolio of 6 Prints.  (First Edition) 12.25 x 15 1994.21.0602
1994

Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect.. (Produced by The Museum of Modern Art, New York)

The Museum of Modern Art "Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. February 20 - May 10, 1994. Organized by The Museum of Modern Art, New York, in cooperation with The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, Arizona. Illustration of Fallingwater. "Frank Lloyd Wright Architect is the largest exhibition of his work since his death thirty-five years ago. Extending to two floors of the Museum, it presents over one hundred projects in a variety of mediums - models...  Continue... 24 x 36 1994.85.0914
1994  Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect. (Produced by The Museum of Modern Art, New York) The Museum of Modern Art Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, February 20 - May 10, 1994. Organized by The Museum of Modern Art, New York, in cooperation with The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, Arizona.  Illustration of La Miniatura, Mrs. George Madison Millard House, Pasadena, California, 1923. 24 x 29 1994.55.0807
1994
Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect.. (Produced by The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Frank Lloyd Wright. The Living City. Project, 1958. Aerial perspective. Pencil on tracing paper, 32.25 x 42" The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. © 1962 The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Poster © 1994 The Museum of Modern Art, New York.) The Museum of Modern Art "Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect. The Museum of Modern Art, New Yolk. February 20 - May 10, 1994. Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect was organized by The Museum of Modern Art, New York, in cooperation with The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, Arizona. The exhibition is made possible by Anderson Windows, Inc., and by generous grants from the David H. Cogan Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities. Additional support is provided by Lily Auchincloss, the...  Continue... 27.75 x 32 1994.86.0215
1994
Wright Plus (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation.) Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation Wright Plus. A Housewalk in Oak Park, Illinois. May 18, 1991, Sunday May 21, 1989. The Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio. 708.848.1500. Caption: William G. Fricke House. Photography: Judith Bromley. Design: Waln Communications Group. 24 x 18 1994.91.1015
1995
Circa 1990  Artist’s Interpretation of Column - Unity Church Appleton Papers Inc After contacting the Appleton Paper Co. and they have no record of when the posters were produced.  They believe it was the late 80's or early 90's. (51 copies) (First Edition) 18 x 36 1990.18.0201
1995  Frank Lloyd Wright: Sixty Years of Living Arch, Rotterdam 1951-54 (Originally "Printed in the Netherlands by Kuhn en Zoon, Rotterdam".) (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation "Sixty Years of Living Architecture: The Work of Frank Lloyd Wright" was a traveling exhibition of Wright's work, consisting of Models, photographs and original drawings. Rotterdam was the fifth and last stop in the European tour. Held July 2 - August 10, 1952. "Frank Lloyd Wright. America’s most famous architect. eeuwfeest academie van beeldende kunsten en technische wetenschappen (centenary academy of fine arts and technical sciences). in het ahoy’ gebouw, rotterdam (in ahoy 'building...  Continue... 24 x 32.5 1995.64.0614
1995  Geniuses of the Mighty Wisconsin River. Zona Gale, August Derleth, Frank Lloyd Wright. (Published by the August Derleth Society) Price, Kay Wright wrote, "I occasionally drove up the river to Portage... to see Zona... While in Japan I read ‘Lulu Bett.’ Straightway I made up my mind to know Zona gale better when I got home... Of course, I hated her environment as utterly unworthy of her (she was an exquisite thing, Wisconsin’s Zona Gale.) I hadn’t met Olgivanna and I thought Taliesin would be a much more appropriate place for the author of ‘Lulu Bett.’ ...But she was always glad to see us, asking me to come, although she said...  Continue... 16 x 11.5 1995.65.0713
1995
Picturing Wright. Tea Break at the Guggenheim Pavilion, 1953 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Taliesin West, Scottsdale, AZ) Guerrero, Pedro "Walking through the retrospective exhibition, I came upon Mr. Wright having a tea break. It was a scene so perfect that it could not have been planned. There he was, with his Porkpie hat, stiff collar, and cane, sitting before a selection of his favorite architecture: The San Francisco Call Building model and photo murals of the Larkin Building in Buffalo. I had an assignment to shoot a Portrait of him - But I did not have to pose him even for this one." 28 x 18 1995.82.0716
1995  Wright Plus (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation.) Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Found Wright Plus. A Housewalk in Oak Park, Illinois. May 20, 1995. The Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation. The Wright designed William E. Martin House. Photograph by Judith Bromley. Designed by Waln Communications Group. Printed by Lake County Press. (First Edition) 18 x 24 1995.60.0412
1997
C1997  Frank Lloyd Wright (David Wright Rug Design) (Produced by Mani-G ‘Raps & Co.) Mani-G ‘Raps & Co. "The Frank Lloyd Wright Collection, Mani-G ‘Raps & Co." (Label on verso: U: 1012167, V#: 150-05020-16, g: Mani G Raps, H Rug Flat Sheet R, 20x30).
       David Wright Residence (1950) (S.322). The carpet was installed after Guerrero photographed the home in 1953. It had its origins in 1926. Wright adapted the design for the carpet from a design from one of a series of 12 abstracts he created for the covers of Liberty Magazine in 1926-28 entitled "March Balloons. The covers...  Continue...
20 x 30 1997.47.1209
1997  Frank Lloyd Wright: Designs for an American Landscape, 1922-1932  (Produced by the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York) Whitney Museum of American Art Exhibition Poster: 25 June - 31 August 1997.  Frank Lloyd Wright, Lake Tahoe Summer Colony, California; Lodge type cabin, perspective and plan 1923. 26 x 36 1997.43.0907
1997
Monona Terrace, A Public Place by Frank Lloyd Wright (Published by the City of Madison, Wisconsin) City of Madison Monona Terrace, A Public Place by Frank Lloyd Wright. Madison, Wisconsin - July 1997.Designed by Mani-Graphics & Co. Photo by Paskus Studio. © 1995 Taliesin Architects, Ltd. MTP1/052797. 24 x 36 1997.72.0716
1997
Monona Terrace, A Public Place by Frank Lloyd Wright (Published by the City of Madison, Wisconsin) City of Madison Monona Terrace, A Public Place by Frank Lloyd Wright. Designed by Mani-Graphics & Co. Photo by Paskus Studio. © 1995 Taliesin Architects, Ltd. MTP2/052797. 24 x 36 1997.73.0716
1997
Monona Terrace (Published by the City of Madison, Wisconsin) City of Madison Monona Terrace. Designed by Mani-Graphics & Co. Photo by Paskus Studio. © 1995 Taliesin Architects, Ltd. MTP4/052797. 24 x 36 1997.74.0716
1998
1998  Heller House  (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Rohnert Park, CA) Pomegranate Communications, Inc. Frank Lloyd Wright: Isidore Heller House, Chicago, Illinois, 1897. Perspective; watercolor on paper 9 x 20 1/4 in.  #15105. 36 x 24 1998.57.0207
1998  Guggenheim Museum  (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Rohnert Park, CA) Pomegranate Communications, Inc. Frank Lloyd Wright: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, New York, 1943-1959.  Night perspective; tempera on black illustration board, 26 x 39 ½  in.  #15107. 36 x 24 1998.55.0207
1998  Husser House  (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Rohnert Park, CA) Pomegranate Communications, Inc. Frank Lloyd Wright: Joseph Husser House, Chicago, Illinois, 1899 (demolished c. 1923-1924).  Perspective and elevation; ink and ink wash on paper 21 ½ x 37 ½ in. Erving and Joyce Wolk Collection.  #15109.  Two Copies. 36 x 24 1998.56.0207 1998.58.0207
1999
1999  Frank Lloyd Wright: American System Built Houses (Published by Pomegranate Publications, Rohert Park,. CA.) Pomegranate Publishers Between 1915 and 1917, in response to a commission by The Richards Company of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Frank Lloyd Wright executed a series of residential designs that he called "American System-Built Houses." These designs were for prefabricated housing and, as such, are a very early documenting of Wright’s lifelong preoccupation with the issue of affordable housing in America. The original delineations were done in the style of Japanese woodblock prints. These very...  Continue...  24 x 36 1999.85.0301
1999  Unity Temple  (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Rohnert Park, CA) Pomegranate Communications, Inc. Frank Lloyd Wright: Unity Temple, Oak Park, Illinois, 1905- 1908.  Perspective; Sepia ink and watercolor wash on paper, 11 ½ x 25 in.  #15110. 36 x 24 1999.52.0207
1999  Robie House  (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Rohnert Park, CA) Pomegranate Communications, Inc. Frank Lloyd Wright: Frederick C. Robie House, Chicago, Illinois, 1908-1910. Perspective; Ink on paper, 21 ½ x 37 ½ in.  #15106. 36 x 24 1999.51.0207
1999  Oasis, Arizona State Capitol  (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Rohnert Park, CA) Pomegranate Communications, Inc. Frank Lloyd Wright: Oasis (Arizona State Capitol), Phoenix, Arizona. Project, 1957.  Night perspective.  Tempera and pastel on black illustration board, 32 x 40 in.  #15111. 36 x 24 1999.53.0207
1999  Sherman M. Booth House  (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Rohnert Park, CA) Pomegranate Communications, Inc. FLW: Sherman M. Booth House, Glencoe, Illinois. Project, 1911-1912. Perspective. Color pencil on tracing paper, 20 1/8 x 27 3/8 in.  #15112. 36 x 24 1999.54.0207
2000
2000  Pencils from the Architect’s Desk  (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Rohnert Park, CA) Pomegranate Communications, Inc. Collected from the architect’s desk - 1959.  Photograph by Oskar Munoz. #15118. 36 x 24 2000.46.0207
2000  City by the Sea  (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Rohnert Park, CA) Pomegranate Communications, Inc. City by the Sea. Graphic adaptation (detail) of a 1956 mural design for the Music Pavilion at Taliesin West.  Original presentation drawing executed in pencil, tempera, and gold paint on illustration board, 21 x 27 in.  #15139. 36 x 24 2000.47.0207
2000  A Home in a Prairie Town  (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Rohnert Park, CA) Pomegranate Communications, Inc. A Home in a Prairie Town. Perspective executed 1900 and published in Ladies’ Home Journal February 1901. Watercolor, ink and gouache on paper, 15 x 25 in.  #15140. 36 x 24 2000.48.0207
2000  Prairie House  (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Rohnert Park, CA) Pomegranate Communications, Inc. A. K. McAfee House (project), Kenilworth, Illinois, 1984.  Perspective. Watercolor and watercolor wash on art paper, 29 x 10 in.   #15141. 36 x 24 2000.49.0207
2000  The Oak Park Studio  (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Rohnert Park, CA) Pomegranate Communications, Inc. The Oak Park Studio. Oak Park, Illinois, 1897- 1898.  Perspective.  Sepia ink on paper, 6 1/4 x 19 5/8 in.  #15142. 36 x 24 2000.50.0207
2001
2001  The Gordon House The Oregon Gardens House for Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Gordon.  This is a reproduction of the original drawing for the Gordon's, reproduced at 100%.  The occasion was for the saving of the Gordon House from destruction, by relocating it to The Oregon Gardens, Silverton, Oregon.  (First Edition) 36 x 25 2001.09.0901
2001  Light Screens, The Leaded Glass of Frank Lloyd Wright. (Published by Exhibitions International, New York, in cooperation with The Frank Lloyd Wright  Foundation, Taliesin West, Scottsdale) Steelcase, Inc. May 10, 2001 - July 20, 2003. Sample "Sumac" window, Susan Lawrence Dana House, Springfield, IL, 1902 - 1904. Richard W. Bock Sculpture Garden collection, Greenville College, Greenville, IL. (Photo: Allied Photocolor, St. Louis, MO) Organized by Exhibitions International, New York, in cooperation with The Frank Lloyd Wright  Foundation, Taliesin West, Scottsdale. This exhibition and its national tour are sponsored by Steelcase Inc. (First Edition) 18 x 28 2001.49.0311
2001  The Road to the Better Thing: Frank Lloyd Wright's American Vision Kalamazoo Historical Preservation A Unique Tour of Seven Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian Homes - May 12, 2001 - (800 Printed) (First Edition) 16 x 20 2001.05.1101
2007
2007  Frank Lloyd Wright and the House Beautiful, June 28 - October 8, 2007 (Published by the Portland Museum of Art, Portland, Maine)  Portland Museum of Art Organized by International Arts & Artists, Washington, D.C., in cooperation with The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, Arizona. Image is of the William and Mary Palmer House, living area, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1950. 16 x 20 2007.10.0907
2008
Circa 2008  Frank Lloyd Wright: The Dana Thomas House (Published by PosterEnvy, Westford, MA) PosterEnvy Frank Lloyd Wright, The David (Dana) Thomas House, Springfield, IL. Studio/Gallery looking East. (First Edition) 12 x 18 2008.09.0211
2012
2012  Joseph & Helen Husser Residence 1899, East Elevation (Produced by Douglas M. Steiner Publishing, Edmonds, WA) Illustrated by Steiner, Douglas M. adapted from Wright, Frank Lloyd Joseph & Helen Husser Residence (1899 - S.046), destroyed in 1924. In Wight's An Autobiography, he described the Husser home as "characterized to a certain extent by the Sullivanian idiom, at least in detail" (p.127). It was his last commission utilizing Louis Sullivan's exterior ornamentations as he moved toward and perfected his prairie styled homes. Utilizing one of the William Gray Purcell exterior images, viewed from the...  Continue...  See our Wright Study on the Husser Residence. 26 X 12.75 2012.02.0312
2012  Joseph & Helen Husser Residence 1899, (Southeast) (Produced by Douglas M. Steiner Publishing, Edmonds, WA) Illustrated By Steiner, Douglas M. adapted from Wright, Frank Lloyd Joseph & Helen Husser Residence (1899 - S.046), destroyed in 1924. In Wight's An Autobiography, he described the Husser home as "characterized to a certain extent by the Sullivanian idiom, at least in detail" (p.127). It was his last commission utilizing Louis Sullivan's exterior ornamentations as he moved toward and perfected his prairie styled homes. Utilizing one of the William Gray Purcell exterior images, viewed from the...  Continue...  See our Wright Study on the Husser Residence. 15.5 X 7.5 2012.03.0312
2012  Variations On A Theme, The Life Mask John Keats. Study of the "Life Mask of John Keats" by Benjamin Robert Haydon. Etching, Drawing, Embossed Relief, Watercolor. (Published by Douglas M. Steiner, Edmonds, WA) Steiner, Douglas M. after Haydon, Benjamin Robert Keats first met artist Benjamin Robert Haydon on October 31, 1816. A month after sketching a profile in November, for incorporating into a large picture he was painting entitled "Christ’s Entry into Jerusalem", he created a life mask of John Keats. Photograph reproduced in "Portraits of Keats", Parson, 1954. Published by The World Publishing Company, Cleveland, New York. Plate 1, page 4. Courtesy of the Keats Museum, London; and Methuen & Co., London. #1/50. (First Edition)  See our Wright Study on the The Eve of St. Agnes. 24 x 32 2012.01.0112
 
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