Prairie School

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Avery Coonley Playhouse: Triptych Window
Frank Lloyd Wright
American, 1867-1959
Avery Coonley Playhouse: Triptych Window, 1912
Frank Lloyd Wright
American, 1867-1959
Coonley, Avery, House: Leaded Glass Window, 1908
Darwin D. Martin House: "Tree of Life" Window
Frank Lloyd Wright
American, 1867-1959
Fabricated by Linden Glass Company, Chicago, Illinois
Darwin D. Martin House: "Tree of Life" Window, 1904
Emil Bach House, Chicago, Illinois: Window
Frank Lloyd Wright
American, 1867-1959
Emil Bach House, Chicago, Illinois: Window, c. 1915
Leaded Glass Window Depicting A Stylized Poppy
Unknown American designer
Originally attributed to George Washington Maher
American, 1864-1926
Leaded Glass Window Depicting A Stylized Poppy, 1900–25
Mahony, Gerald House: Window
Marion Mahony Griffin
American, 1871-1962
Mahony, Gerald House: Window, 1907 (demolished 1965)
Midway Gardens, Cottage Grove Avenue and 60th Street, Chicago, Illinois: Block from Façade
Frank Lloyd Wright
American, 1867-1959
Midway Gardens, Cottage Grove Avenue and 60th Street, Chicago, Illinois: Block from Façade, 1913–14 (demolished 1929)
Artist: Alfonso Iannelli
American, 1888-1965
Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright
American, 1867-1959
Midway Gardens: Sprite Head Study for Exterior, c. 1912 (demolished 1929)
Walter Burley Griffin (American, 1876-1937)
Marion Mahoney Griffin (American, 1871-1962)
Augustus A. Fritsch (Australian, 20th century)
Newman College, University of Melbourne, Australia: Perspective View of Courtyard, n.d.
Robert W. Evans House, 9914 South Longwood Drive, Chicago, Illinois: Leaded Glass Window
Frank Lloyd Wright
American, 1867-1959
Robert W. Evans House, 9914 South Longwood Drive, Chicago, Illinois: Leaded Glass Window, c. 1908
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