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Morris Residence (a.k.a. "Seacliff") by Frank Lloyd Wright (unbuilt), rendering by John deKoven Hill

Morris Residence (a. "Seacliff") by Frank Lloyd Wright (unbuilt), rendering by John deKoven Hill Más

Fallingwater by BluPaint

A picture of a drawing I made after a picture of the famous house 'Fallingwater' by Frank Lloyd Wright.

Guggenheim in pink marble

Frank Lloyd Wright actually considered painting the Guggenheim pink.

Lloyd Wright's Moore House...This is Frank's son.  In my opinion he was as good, maybe even better a renderer than his father.

Help save Lloyd Wright's Moore House

This is Frank's Lloyd Wright's son. In my opinion he was as good, maybe even better a renderer than his father.

Frank Lloyd Wright on Drawing - Part Three / Un-built Work - BeLoose Graphic Workshop

Frank Lloyd Wright on Drawing - Part Three / Un-built Work - BeLoose Graphic Workshop

Small Town Hall (1912-1913) : Drawing from Frank Lloyd Wright's book "Modern Architecture" (1931) | Image : Leo Boudreau

danismm: “Small Town Hall Drawing from Frank Lloyd Wright’s book “Modern Architecture” via Leo Boudreau ”

This is a rendering done by Frank Lloyd Wright and his firm for a home that was to be built in San Francisco's Seacliff neighborhood for the V.C. Morris family. This was the first version. It is from "Frank Lloyd Wright, the Collected Works, 1943-1959," published by Taschen. Photo: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, Arizona

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A masterful coloured pencil drawing from the office of Frank Lloyd Wright. The colour graduations help to 'fade in' the drawings focus. Apparently he studied and was inspired by Japanese woodblock prints and their use of space and colour.

Frank Lloyd Wright, project, All-Steel Houses for Los Angeles, 1938  |   Proposed for an area bounded by La Brea Ave., Slauson Ave. and Overhill Drive.   The vertically striated tower is a leftover from the original scheme, which was to have consisted of vertical steel channels 9" wide and up to 17' long, with light-weight concrete fill for insulation. These alternated with 9" x 17' windows, hinged at the top, opening outward.

Frank Lloyd Wright I All-Steel Houses for Los Angeles I 1938 I Proposed for an area bounded by La Brea Ave. and Overhill Drive

Frank Lloyd Wright Master Drawings 2015 Wall Calendar by Frank Lloyd Wright, available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Frank Lloyd Wright concept drawing for The Modern Gallery Museum for the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York City, 1943-59, ink and color pencil on trace paper
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