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• On this glass panel, enamel colors are individually applied to a single sheet of glass which is then kiln fired to permanently fuse the enamels to the glass• The panel includes a copper patinated frame, gorgeous wooden base stand, and matching chain for hanging.• The measurements of this beautiful Stained Glass art are: 10"High, 10" Wide and 0.25" Deep. It weighs about 1.5 pounds.• This Frank Lloyd Wright Imperial Hotel Peacock Rug Stained Glass, depicting flowers and lily pads floating in…

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• Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) is recognized world-wide as one of the greatest architects of the twentieth century. His work heralded a new thinking in architecture, using innovation in design and engineering made possible by newly developed technology and materials. His creative ability extended far beyond the border of architecture to graphic design, furniture, art glass, textiles, and decorative elements for the home. • In 1889, Frank Lloyd Wright built his home in Oak Park, Illinois…

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Frank Lloyd Wright - Oak Park Residence Vase Planter These Frank Lloyd Wright Collection Planters are authorized by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona and have been developed with the cooperation of the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation. A portion of the sales of these products support the conservation and education programs of these institutions. Plants look more lovely, Wright claimed, when presented in the context of the clean geometric…

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• The Frank Lloyd Wright Barton House Buffet Door Stained Glass is inspired by the built-in buffet in the home that Wright built forD.D. Martin's sister and her husband in Buffalo, New York in 1903. • On this glass panel, enamel colors are individually applied to a single sheet of glass which is then kiln fired to permanently fuse the enamels to the glass. The glass is then metal framed and includes both a hanging chain and a wooden plaque base. • The measurements of this beautiful Frank…

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Brand: LightwaveColor: Cherry WoodFeatures: Cherry wood veneer with hand made Lotka paper shade material. The Frank Lloyd Wright Robie Art Glass Lightbox Accent Lamp design is adapted from one of the art glass windows in the Frederick C. Robie House (1908). A 9-13 Watt compact fluorescent bulb (included). (Up to a 30 watt standard bulb may also be used.) Ht: 15.5". W: 5.75". D: 5.75". This Frank Lloyd Wright lamp is officially licensed by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Details: The Frank…

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• This Frank Lloyd Wright Martin House Pier Cluster Laylight glass panel is inspired by Wright's designs in the Darwin D. Martin House (Buffalo, NY; 1903-1905). The house's modular floor plan is reflected in the rectangular geometry of this piece. • On this glass panel, enamel colors are individually applied to a single sheet of glass which is then kiln fired to permanently fuse the enamels to the glass. The glass is then metal framed and includes both a hanging chain and a wooden plaque…

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The Frank Lloyd Wright Native American sculptural figures ''Nakoma and Nakomis'' were designed for the Nakoma Country Club, a building inspired by the ceremonial campgrounds of the Winnebago Tribe. Wright's original commission was to be built in Wisconsin, but it was never realized until the clubhouse was recently constructed by Taliesin Architects. SKU/Model Nakoma Indian Statue - 24 Inch Base Width Base is 5.25" W x 6" D Height 24'' Projection 6" Material Cast Sandstone Standard…

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• Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) is recognized world-wide as one of the greatest architects of the twentieth century. His work heralded a new thinking in architecture, using innovation in design and engineering made possible by newly developed technology and materials. His creative ability extended far beyond the border of architecture to graphic design, furniture, art glass, textiles, and decorative elements for the home. • Adapted from the complex rectilinear design of the art glass…

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