The Prairie School: Design Vision for the Midwest

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Emerging in Chicago around 1900, the Prairie School was an architectural movement inspired by the flat, expansive landscape of the Midwest. This fascinating publication serves as a fine introduction to this widely influential vision of American design. Featured are superb works by Prairie School practitioners such as Frank Lloyd Wright, including furniture, decorative arts, drawings, building fragments, and rare books and documents.

Museum Studies, vol. 21, no. 2

Soft-cover, 8 3/8" x 10 1/4",   112 pages

Fall 1995

Prairie Cover

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