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The Frank Lloyd Wright March Balloons Stained Glass is adapted from an unpublished Liberty magazine cover design (1926-1927). The abstract motif designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for the March cover depicts a group of colorful balloons rising into the sky. The editors thought that the series of designs were too "radical" and were never used. This stained glass panel has been developed in association with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. 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 panel is then framed with a metal came and includes hanging chain and wood stand for desk or table display. Ht: 10". W: 10".
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The Frank Lloyd Wright Robie Stained Glass Suncatcher is adapted from one of the distinctive art glass doors in the Frederick C. Robie House, located in Chicago, Illinois, designed in 1908 and completed in 1910. Its dramatic horizontal appearance is enhanced by banks of art glass windows and doors. The handsome geometric designs, twenty-nine of which are uniquely different, although...
The Metropolitan Museum of Art's elegant Tiffany Grapevine scarf is based on a stunning window panel by master decorative artist Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 1848–1933). The window panel, now in the Museum's American Wing, features jewel-like clusters of grapes on trailing vines silhouetted against a distant sky. Textured glass lends a three-dimensional quality and a dazzling iridescence to the grapes....
The design for this Frank Lloyd Wright Oak Park Tapestry Throw was adapted from Wright's famous skylight from his Oak Park Studio (Oak Park, Illinois, 1898). Developed in association with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, the throw measures 48" x 68". 100% cotton. Machine washable and dryer safe. Made in the USA.
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...