Frank Lloyd Wright

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Frank Lloyd Wright

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Frank Lloyd Wright

presents a stunning overview of the work of this towering American genius, encompassing the entirety of Wright's long and extraordinarily prolific career. From his earliest work, such as the Home and Studio in Oak Park, IL, of 1889, to the wonderfully evocative textile block houses of Los Angeles of the mid-1920s, to such seminal masterpieces as Fallingwater, of 1935, in the Pennsylvania wilderness, and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, of 1956, in New York, the book offers an extraordinarily abundant trove of architectural riches. Featuring more than a hundred discrete works, from the well known to the obscure, expertly discussed in the text of highly respected Wright scholar Kathryn Smith, Frank Lloyd Wright weaves a gorgeous tapestry that will engage the mind and delight the eye.

This hardcover book measures 9½ inches by 6½ inches. Published April 21, 2009.

Brand: Random House

Origin: United States

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