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Creator Name: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Creator Nationality: North American; American
Creator Role: Designer
Creator Dates/Places: 1867 - 1959
Creator Name-CRT: Frank Lloyd Wright
Title: Hallway from the Francis W. Little House
Creation Start Date: 1912
Creation End Date: 1914
Creation Date: 1912 - 1914
Object Type: Architecture
Classification Term: Furniture
Materials and Techniques: Oak, pine, glass, zinc caming, porcelain, brass hardware, metal screens, cotton canvas upholstery, fabric-covered shades
Dimensions: L 216 in., W 192 in.
AMICA Contributor: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Owner Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
ID Number: 72.11
Credit Line: The David Draper Dayton Fund
Copyright: ? Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
1907 Francis and Mary Little commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright, the architect of their home in Peoria, to design a summer residence for them on their lakeshore property. The home that Wright designed for the Littles was one of his last great Prairie School houses. There was much discussion between Wright, who drew elaborate designs for the windows, and Mr. Little, who did not want an intricate pattern to obscure his view of the lake. In the many large expanses of glass throughout the house, a central area of plain glass is "framed" with a border that includes white and red squares and triangles. The Metropolitan Museum of Art purchased the house in 1972, dismantling rooms for reinstallation at the Metropolitan and other museums. This hallway, which led to the master bedroom, has been installed without its fourth wall, allowing a broader view of the windows.
AMICA ID: MIA_.72.11
Measurement Unit: in
AMICA Library Year: 2002
Media Metadata Rights:
? The Minneapolis Institute of Arts
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