Frank Lloyd Wright
Gallery Two

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Detail showing Wright's stylized stained glass windows and intricate wall tiles (redone after the 1977 fire). Guest wing (now family bedrooms) of a large Prairie Style estate.  The open air passage below leads to the main entry courtyard. View of the kitchen and service wing, originally with a narrow driveway running beneath to the entry courtyard. The dining room wing is on the right. Detail of light post at end of bridge.
Frank Lloyd Wright
Avery Coonley House
1907. Riverside, Illinois
Frank Lloyd Wright
Avery Coonley House
1907. Riverside, Illinois
Oblique front elevation of a medium-sized 2 story wood and plaster Prairie Style home. Left front corner view of a small 2 story wood and plaster Prairie Style home in the Ravine Bluffs Development.
Frank Lloyd Wright
A. Coonley House
1907. Riverside, IL
Wright, Ravine
Bluffs Bridge
1915. Glencoe, IL
Detail of the bay window of this Frank Lloyd Wright prarie style home. Entry marker to the development.  Detail of spherical planter.
Frank Lloyd Wright
J. Kibben Ingalls House
1909. River Forest, IL
Frank Lloyd Wright
Hollis R. Root House
1915. Glencoe, Illinois
Front elevation of a small 2 story wood and plaster Prairie Style home. View of entry bridge from the top, showing light posts on end, square planters, and seating area at side of bridge.
Wright, Davenport
House, 1901
River Forest, IL
Frank Lloyd Wright, E.
Arthur Davenport House
1901. River Forest, IL
Frank L. Wright, Ravine
Bluffs Developm't Bridge
1915. Glencoe, Illinois
Frank Lloyd Wright
Ravine Bluffs Dev'p
1915. Glencoe, IL

"An architect's most useful tools are an eraser at the drafting board, and a wrecking bar at the site."

- Frank Lloyd Wright, quote found on the Internet, original source unknown.


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