Frank Lloyd Wright


Frank Lloyd Wright art glass lamp coming to Kirkland

The Kirkland Museum, 1201 Bannock St., Denver, announces the gift of a lamp, constructed from two pieces of Frank Lloyd Wright art glass (1903-1904), which will be featured in the show, “Frank Lloyd Wright Inside the Walls,” opening June 17. In 1964, art collector Bertie Slutzky purchased two pieces at a Chicago antique store, recognizing them as Frank Lloyd Wright glass. A local metalsmith joined the pieces to make a table lamp, which she presented to her son, Louis Newman, as a graduation gift. Mr. Newman and his husband, Justin Ferate, donated the lamp to the museum in 2018.
Virginia Business

Va. Beach’s Frank Lloyd Wright house is for sale

A Virginia Beach house designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright is back on the market for just under $3 million. The 3,020-square-foot home at the city’s North End, on Crystal Lake, was designed in 1953 for Andrew and Maude Cooke and completed in 1959. Maude Cooke wrote a letter to Wright seeking a design for the family’s home, as many enthusiasts did at the time.
Midland Daily News

Round House Designed by Student of Frank Lloyd Wright Rolls Onto the Market

Designed by a protégé of architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the Round House in Ohio rolled onto the market in mid-April for $975,000 and immediately attracted offers. The curvaceous residence was conceived by architect Ted Van Fossen and sits in the coveted Rush Creek Village neighborhood in Worthington. Consisting...

Inside the Frank Lloyd Wright inspired home on the market in Canton

CANTON, Mich. (FOX 2) - An architectural gem is going on the market in Canton and the nearly 3,000 square foot home that's connected to the legendary architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. The home was once owned by Dr. Harold Kominaris, who died in December at the age of 97. Now...

A rare Frank Lloyd Wright home hits the market in Atherton

The Mathews House, one of only three residences designed by Wright on the Peninsula, has an $8 million asking price. A noted architect, but a home for everyday Americans. Most properties attract buyers for the features they have rather than the ones they don’t – that’s not the case for the 1,940-square-foot, single-story Mathews House in Atherton that the went on the market for $8 million this spring. Each of the walls in this 1952-era home, except one, lacks 90-degree angles.

See The Met’s Latest Exhibition, Which Boldly Mixes Fashion and Frank Lloyd Wright

Each spring, The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute exhibitions seem increasingly ambitious in scale and concept. While recent shows, such as the 2019 “Camp: Notes on Fashion,” have charted new territory in visualizing abstract subject matter, others, including the 2015 “China: Through the Looking Glass” and the 2018 “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination,” have transported visitors around the museum, and, in theory, the world.