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Frank Lloyd WRIGHT

[1867 - 1959]

Folding Side Chair for the Larkin Company Building, Buffalo, New York [execution ca. 1904 (Van Dorn Iron Works )]

  • steel 94.0×51.1×51.1cm

Weed Holder [execution ca. 1900 (James A. Miller and Brother)]

  • copper 74.0×10.5×10.5cm

Desk with attached Chair for the Larkin Company Building, Buffalo, New York [execution ca. 1904 (Van Dorn Iron Works)]

  • steel 109.0×122.0×61.0cm

Chair for the S. C. Johnson & Son, Inc.Administration Building, Racine, Wisconsin [execution ca. 1936 (Steelcase Corporation)]

  • steel 88.9×45.7×50.8cm

"Glass Windows for the Francis W. Little House, ""Northome"", Wayzata, Minnesota" [execution 1912 (The Temple Art Glass Company)]

  • glass,lead,wood 149.0×54.8cm(2 windows)

Living-room Interior of the Dwelling for Mr. and Mrs. Avery Coonley, Riverside, Illinois [publication 1910 [Ernst Wasmuth A.G. Berlin]]

  • lithograph on paper

Chair for the Avery Coonley House, Riverside, Illinois [design undated (Frank Lloyd Wright+++ George M. Niedecken ( collaboration ))+++ execution ca. 1908 (Niedecken-Walbridge)]

  • oak 100.2×37.5×46.8cm

Chair for the Imperial Hotel, Tokyo [design ca. 1913+++ execution ca. 1930]

  • oak, elm, sweet gum 96.0×38.5×41.5cm

[architectural drawing] "Kindersymphonies" [1926]

  • pencil and colored pencil on tracing paper

Glass Window for the Avery Coonley Playhouse, Riverside, Illinois [ca. 1912]

  • glass, lead, wood 61.0×97.5cm

Sconce for the Avery Coonley House, Riverside, Illinois [ca. 1908]

  • glass, bronze 18.4×22.9×27.9cm

High-back Chair for the Warren Hickox House [ca. 1900]

  • oak 129.6×46.9×50.3cm
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