The Frank Lloyd Wright House Beautiful Greeting Assortment Notecard Box features designs from Frank Lloyd Wright. The Arts and Crafts movement, with its rejection of mass production technology, gave rise to an enthusiasm for fine art printing, and Chicago, where Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) practiced architecture early in his career was a national center for artisan produced books. Wright designed several books for the tiny Auvergne Press in the late 1890s. The House Beautiful is the finest of them. Its text, by Unitarian minister William Gannett, proposed that spiritual, intellectual, and bodily health was augmented by a properly designed and furnished home. Gannett's views dovetailed with Wright's emerging theory of organic architecture.
Each card measures 5" x 3.75" and contains an intricate foil stamping of Wright's designs with deluxe coordinating lined envelopes. The drawer box design with ribbon pull measures 5.75" x 4.5". Perfect for admires of Wright and collectors of stationery. 16 Notecards, 2 each of 8 designs. 17 Envelopes.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Saguaro Forms WrightSicle design 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. In 1973 there was a fire in the Arizona Biltmore. The Saguaro Forms and Cactus Flowers graphic...
The Frank Lloyd Wright Robie Art Glass Window Christmas Tree Ornament WrightSicle gift ornament is crafted in silver plate with an anti-tarnish coating. The ornament is gift boxed and comes with a design history card. Bring the beauty of architecture to your home. The wrightsicle ornament is 4" in length. Made in the USA.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Martin House Tree of Life Christmas tree ornament WrightSicle gift ornament is crafted in silver plate with an anti-tarnish coating. The ornament is gift boxed and comes with a design history card. The Wrightsicle ornament is 4" in length. Made in the USA.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Dana Sumac WrightSicle design is adapted from an art glass dining room window from the Susan Lawrence Dana House (Springfield, Illinois, 1904). The ornament is gift boxed and comes with a design history card. The wright-sicle ornament is 4" in length. Made in the USA.