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Chicago

ArchiTech Gallery

Exhibition Detail
Frank Lloyd Wright Prints and Drawings
730 North Franklin St.
Suite 200
Chicago, IL 60654


September 6th, 2013 - December 21st, 2013
 
Playhouse No. 0 Oak Park The Goblin #1, Frank Lloyd WrightFrank Lloyd Wright,
Playhouse No. 0 Oak Park The Goblin #1,
1926, Pencil and colored pencil on tissue, 11 x 17 inches
© Courtesy of ArchiTech Gallery
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Original prints and drawings from Wright's projects and photographs of both Taliesins kept by his favorite photographer.

 

Frank Lloyd Wright was arguably the most important American architect in history. His buildings are saved as important civic monuments and his drawings are shown in museums.

 

ArchiTech Gallery has devoted it's entire Fall schedule to an exhibit and sale of early Wright drawings and prints from his legendary studio. Also, the private collection of photographs from his favorite photographer, Pedro Guerrero, will also be showcased on the walls, showing the interiors and exteriors of both Taliesins in Wisconsin and Arizona.

 

As the Prairie House designs are also the rarest, these drawings from his own hand and those of his draftsmen serve as the earliest creations from the mind of America's "Leonardo da Vinci."

 

ArchiTech Gallery exhibits these design and architecture works in a special show and sale of original material opening September 6th and continuing through December 21st, 2013.

 

ArchiTech Gallery is Chicago's only commercial gallery of architectural art. Located in the heart of the River North art gallery district, ArchiTech specializes in original works and sells to museums and private collectors. But anyone with an interest in seeing museum level works up close is welcome to come in.


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