|Frank Lloyd Wright Collection® |
The Frank Lloyd Wright Collection® made in the USA 100% Cotton Throws are machine wash and dry. A story card is included with each throw making them excellent gifts.|
April Showers is a 1927 design by Wright, one of a series proposed for the covers of "Liberty" Magazine. Thought to be too radical, the designs were never published.
The Coonley Playhouse throw design is inspired by the art glass windows in this famous private kindergarten for gifted students in Riverside, IL.
This is a newer brighter colorway.
The Dana Sumac throw design is inspired by the multiple double sumac windows that form a semi-circle seating area to the north beyond the dining room in this Springfield, IL home. Of particular note: this throw is extra plush caused by extra canary colored yarn woven in to create the stained glass background color.
Luxfer Throw is reminiscent of the 'Iridian' prism glass flower pattern window tiles designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
March Balloons is one of a series of 10 Wright designs created for the covers of Liberty Magazine in 1926-27. The image for the month of March depicts a group of colorful balloons rising into the sky. All 10 designs were considered too radical and were never published.
The Martin Pier Cluster design is inspired by the windows that enclosed the pier clusters that supported the 2nd floor of this spectacular house in Buffalow, NY.
The Saguaro Forms throw design comes from Wright's 1927 series of Liberty Magazine covers. Considered too radical, the designs were never published.
The Oak Park (Home & Studio) Skylight Detail throw design is based on the ceiling skylight in the loggia of the studio he attached to his Oak Park Home in 1897.
The Tree of Life Tapestry throw design is inspired by an art glass window design for the Darwin Martin house in Buffalo, NY. The Tree of Life name is not original but came to being used during the later history of the house.
The Waterlily Tapestry throw design is inspired by a famous art glass design found in Wright’s archives. Interestingly, to date the design has not been linked specifically to any of his commissions. This is a newer white colorway.
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