The Frank Lloyd Wright Art Glass of the Martin House Complex Book has 96 pages with 30 color photographs. When Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) designed the Darwin D. Martin House complex (1903-1905), he filled the windows, doors, skylights, and laylights with nearly four hundred pieces of his signature art glass. The spectacular designs, abstractions of the architecture and surrounding environment, are among some of Wright's finest. These "light screens," as Wright called them, were fundamental to his principle of "bringing the outside in" by blurring the line between enclosed and open spaces. 96 pages with 30 color photographs of art glass designs, drawings, historical photographs, floor plans, chronology, bibliography. Size: 9 x 9 in. Hardcover with jacket.
The Charley Harper Cardinal Holiday Card Assortment uses simple shapes and vivid color to capture the spirit of the holiday season. Before Charley Harper had painted animals of all kinds, he was exploring the foothills near his family’s home in rural West Virginia. Inspired by this landscape and its wildlife he created original paintings in his distinctive “minimal realist” style....
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A boxed set of 12 cream-colored embossed cards, featuring designs by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. This boxed set contains 3 cards each of 4 designs and 1 dozen white envelopes. The designs featured are: Wall Stencil, Mackintosh chairs, Fabric design and Hill House stencil. The cards are 4 3/4" x 6"
The Frank Lloyd Wright Liberty Patterns Boxed Notecard Set features four different Liberty pattern designs. In 1927, Wright designed a series of monthly covers based on seasonal themes for Liberty magazine. Liberty judged the covers to be too avant-garde and rejected them. Each box contains twenty cards featuring four different Liberty designs. This notecard boxed set is the perfect gift for a Frank...
Intricate designs, vibrant colors, and gold foil accents distinguish the Frank Lloyd Wright Designs Luxe Notecard Set. This notecard assortment includes twenty cards in four different designs by Wright's longtime personal secretary, Eugene Masselink. 20 cards, 21 envelopes. Cards Measure: 5” x 7”. Box : 5.5” x 7.5” x 1.5.