The Frank Lloyd Wright Coonley Playhouse Set of Three Stained Glass Panels is based on art glass panels in the Avery Coonley Playhouse, Riverside,IL (c.1912). Wright referred to this triptych as a "kindersymphony". Unlike Wright's early designs with their nature derivations, the Playhouse windows are purely geometric in composition and feature bright, mostly primary colors. This design may have been inspired by a parade, the colored glass simulates a haphazard, yet controlled, arrangement of balloons, confetti and flags. The windows were the the focal point of the playhouse, actually a kindergarten operated by Mrs. Coonley. On these glass panels, enamel colors are individually applied to single sheets of glass which are then kiln fired to permanently fuse the enamels to the glass. The panels are wood framed in black with matching stands. The dimensions of each panel: Ht: 14.5". W: 5".
Perfect for dinner napkins or to hold the day's mail. The Frank Lloyd Wright design of this laser-cut wood holder in cherry finish is adapted from a a wooden door whose carved organic motifs let light pass from the first floor entry hall to the kitchen in the Nathan Moore House (Oak Park, Illinois, 1895). : 6" wide x 6"...
This Frank Lloyd Wright gift set of coasters is inspired by his art glass designs. The Wright gift collection contains one each of the following coaster designs: Willits, Dancing Glass, Oak Park Skylight, Coonley Playhouse Window. Each Frank Lloyd Wright coaster is 4" square, made of original CoasterStones porous sandstone and is cork-backed to protect furniture and prevent scuffs.
When the Hillside Theatre at the Frank Lloyd Wright Taliesin estate burned in 1952, the main stage curtain created in 1932 was destroyed. The new curtain designed by Wright was made in 1956 by the Taliesin Fellowship and is an an abstract image of the Taliesin estate with Taliesin on the hill. Each Frank Lloyd Wright coaster is 4" square,...
The design for this Frank Lloyd Wright Collection tapestry table runner was adapted from Wright's famous skylight from his Oak Park Studio (Oak Park, Illinois, 1898). 76" x 13". Cotton/polyester/acrylic blend fabric. Care instructions: Spot clean or machine wash cold, gentle cycle, lay flat to dry, cool iron. Dry clean for best results. Made in the USA.