This autumnal rectilinear design is adapted from one of the two matching art glass skylights in the entrance to Frank Lloyd Wright's studio, at his home in Oak Park, Illinois, 1898. The pillow has a black solid color back, corded edges and 100% polyester fill. 18" square. Spot clean only.
The design source for this tapestry pillow is the 1926-27 Liberty Magazine Frank Lloyd Wright March Balloons cover design. The editors thought that the series of designs were too "radical" and were never used. The Pillow has a solid color back, corded edges and 100% polyester fill. 18" square. Spot clean only.
The design for this Frank Lloyd Wright Oak Park Tapestry Throw was adapted from 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 dryable.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Saguaro Tapestry Throw is adapted from one of Wright's most popular designs. In 1926-27 Liberty Magazine commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to design a series of cover designs that the editors thought to be too "radical" and never used. Developed in association with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, the throw measures 48" x 68". 100% cotton. Machine...
The intricate Frank Lloyd Wright window design from the Darwin D. Martin House (1904) depicts three trees in bloom. This stunning 100% cotton tapestry weave throw features the "Tree of Life" design in brown, forest green, blue and eggplant. Developed in association with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, the throw measures 68" x 48". Machine washable and dryable.
In 1927, Frank Lloyd Wright designed a series of twelve monthly covers based on seasonal themes for Liberty magazine. When submitted, Liberty judged the covers to be too radical to be published. The presentation drawings were returned to Wright, and they later became the basis for interpretations executed in diverse product design. In 1937, Wright’s proposed July Liberty cover, an elegant abstraction of the American flag, titled “The...
The Frank Lloyd Wright Coonley Playhouse Tapestry Throw is adapted from one of the many art glass windows in the Avery Coonley Playhouse, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for Avery and Queen Coonley in 1912. Designed originally to appeal to children, each one of the designs is a unique abstract representation of elements seen in a parade: balloons, flags and confetti. Developed...