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The Louis Sullivan Skylight Tapestry Pillow is inspired by a window designed by Louis Henry Sullivan for a branch of the Farmers Merchant & Union Bank, 1919. For a young Frank Lloyd Wright, his years working under Louis Sullivan, February of 1888 to June of 1893, undoubtedly shaped his design philosophy. Wright, who rarely acknowledged any direct influences called Sullivan his “Lieber Meister” (German for “Beloved Master”). A design from an important historic architectural giant, brought to life for today’s modern homes with extraordinary weaving and depth of color, woven on jacquard looms here in the USA.
Each zippered woven tapestry pillow measures 18" x 18", and includes insert. Cotton/Poly blend. Care instructions: Dry clean for best results. Made in the USA.
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This Frank Lloyd Wright Robie House Hardwood Mini Screen is precision laser-cut from 0.25" cherry veneered MDF with a solid cherry wood base. It measures 12" in height by 6" wide x 2" deep at the attached stand. Ideal for table, desk or windowsill display. This Frank Lloyd Wright Robie House design is adapted from an art glass window in...
This Frank Lloyd Wright Tree of Life Hardwood Mini Screen is precision laser-cut from 0.25" cherry veneered MDF with a solid cherry wood base. It measures 12" in height by 6" wide x 2" deep at the attached stand. Ideal for table, desk or windowsill display. This Frank Lloyd Wright Tree of Life design is inspired by an art glass...
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