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Beth Sholom Synagogue

This structure is designated by the AIA as one of 17 buildings designed by Wright to be retained as an example of his contribution to American culture.

Frank Lloyd Wright (American): Glass & Brass-Plated "Colonial" Zinc, "Tree of Life" Window (circa 1903) [$435,000 (2017)]

Frank Lloyd Wright - stained glass design sometimes called "Tree of Life", also known as a "Wheat" pattern

Sumac Window from FLW's Dana-Thomas House between Chicago and St. Louis.  The pattern carries over to lamps and other elements in the house.

Sumac Window from FLW's Dana-Thomas House, Springfield, IL The pattern carries over to lamps and other elements in the house.

prairieschoolarchitecture:  Frank Lloyd Wright, George Blossom House, Chicago, Illinois, 1892 Photo by Rolf Achilles

prairieschoolarchitecture: “Frank Lloyd Wright, George Blossom House, Chicago, Illinois, 1892 Photo by Rolf Achilles ”

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The stained glass windows of Frank Lloyd Wright. Images via Christies & Chicago Art Institute.

Frank Lloyd Wright Art Glass

The Wright Design program is a partnership with The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and is an elementary study of design, color, nature and architecture.

“Tree of Life” window - Martin House Buffalo, NY, ca. 1904, Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright's Nature-Inspired Drawings

“Tree of Life” window - Martin House Buffalo, NY, ca. Frank Lloyd Wright If you have any questions at all about windows or doors, feel free to contact us - just answers, no sales (unless that's what you're asking for :-)

Florida Southern College - Annie Pfeiffer Chapel (interior) - Frank Lloyd Wright

Florida Southern College - Annie Pfeiffer Chapel (interior) - Frank Lloyd Wright

Great Stained Glass!

Frank Lloyd Wright Stained Leaded Art Glass windows, restoration, Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation authorized reproduction windows and lamps.

Dana Thomas House, Frank Lloyd Wright. Prairie Style. Springfield, Illinois. 1902-4

Prairie Style Stained Glass was a wonderful addition to many of the homes designed by artisans from the – and is still in use today.

Frank Lloyd Wright at the Guggenheim: The Larkin Building by Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright at the Guggenheim

In 2009 the Guggenheim Museum in New York City exhibited more than 200 original Frank Lloyd Wright drawings and photos.

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