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This striking Frank Lloyd Wright Francis Apartments Grille Wood Wall Medallion measures 16" in diameter x 0.5" in depth. It has been precision laser-cut in cherry veneered MDF. This Wright design is an adaptation of an elaborate metal grille that Frank Lloyd Wright designed for the Francis Apartments during his early years as an architect. The grille and the exterior trim of geometric circular designs were typical of Wright's work of this period. The building was demolished in 1971.
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The Arts and Crafts Declan Chevron Stained Glass Panel comes complete with a decorative hanging chain. Perfect for your home office, kitchen or dining room window. A variety of glass types are used, including rippled and striated glass for added detail and dimension. The glass panel is hand crafted using the "copper foil" technique, a method made popular by Louis...
The Frank Lloyd Wright D. D. Martin House stained glass is inspired by Wright's designs in the Darwin D. Martin House in Buffalo, NY (1903-1905). The piece's rectangular geometry echoes the house's modular floor plan. This glass panel can be hung using included chain or displayed on any surface using the included wood stand. 10" square. This Frank Lloyd Wright glass panel is officially licensed by...
The Louis C. Tiffany Gladioli Shawl adapts the floral design from a gorgeous Favrile glass vase in The Met collection. Designed about 1909 by Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 1848–1933), this striking object is embellished with white gladioli. Celebrated for his innovations in stained glass, Louis Comfort Tiffany embodied the artistic spirit of America's Gilded Age. Popular among Art Nouveau artisans,...
The Louis C. Tiffany Morning Glories Shawl interprets a gorgeous glass vase (ca. 1913) by Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 1848–1933) in The Met collection. Formerly in the designer's own private collection, it was among a group of items loaned to The Met in 1925, and later given to the Museum in 1951. Celebrated for his innovations in stained glass, Louis...