Important American Prairie School Frank Lloyd Wright Plaster Work Frieze Panel
Important American Prairie School Frank Lloyd Wright Plaster Work Frieze Panel Important American Prairie School Frank Lloyd Wright Plaster Work Frieze Panel Important American Prairie School Frank Lloyd Wright Plaster Work Frieze Panel Important American Prairie School Frank Lloyd Wright Plaster Work Frieze Panel Important American Prairie School Frank Lloyd Wright Plaster Work Frieze Panel Important American Prairie School Frank Lloyd Wright Plaster Work Frieze Panel Important American Prairie School Frank Lloyd Wright Plaster Work Frieze Panel

Important American Prairie School Frank Lloyd Wright Plaster Work Frieze Panel

Ref: AR6622
This antique, sumac pattern plaster fragment was salvaged from the Dana-Thomas House that was designed by famed architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. It was removed when the house underwent restoration in 1979, when the plasterwork was replaced by a more durable replica. The sumac motif appears throughout the house.
MAKER
Designer: Frank Lloyd Wright (American, 1867-1959)
PROVENANCE
Dana-Thomas House (2nd Floor, 301 East Lawrence Avenue, Springfield, IL, built 1902-4). National Heritage Museum (Lexington, MA).
DATE
c. 1902
DIMENSIONS
Width 30 Depth 2.25 Height 24.25 in.
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