Decorative Arts of Frank Lloyd Wright Photos

Frank Lloyd Wright not only designed buildings, but also designed and controlled the furniture that went into them. Here are photos of Wright's lamps, chairs desks, and porcelain.

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Tokyo Imperial Hotel China by Frank Lloyd Wright reissued by Noritake in 1990 at Kirkland Museum. Denver, CO.Tokyo Imperial Hotel China teapot by Frank Lloyd Wright reissued by Noritake in 1990 at Kirkland Museum. Denver, CO.Tokyo Imperial Hotel China for Cabaret dining room by Frank Lloyd Wright reissued by Noritake in c1960 at Kirkland Museum. Denver, CO.Porcelain reproductions of place setting from Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, Japan by Frank Lloyd Wright at Smithsonian Castle. Washington, DC.
Tokyo Imperial Hotel China (1916-22) by Frank Lloyd Wright reissued by Noritake in 1990 at Kirkland Museum. Denver, CO.Tokyo Imperial Hotel China teapot (1916-22) by Frank Lloyd Wright reissued by Noritake in 1990 at Kirkland Museum. Denver, CO.Tokyo Imperial Hotel China for Cabaret dining room (1916-22) by Frank Lloyd Wright reissued by Noritake in c1960 at Kirkland Museum. Denver, CO.Porcelain reproductions (1966) of place setting from Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, Japan(1922) by Frank Lloyd Wright at Smithsonian Castle. Washington, DC.
Original Midway Gardens plate by Frank Lloyd Wright made in Germany at Kirkland Museum. Denver, CO.Floor lamp by Frank Lloyd Wright for Sherman Booth house of Glencoe, IL, at Kirkland Museum. Denver, CO.Wright-style lamp in living room of Graycliff. Buffalo, NY.Wright-style Arizona Biltmore Hotel. Phoenix, AZ.
Original Midway Gardens plate (1914) by Frank Lloyd Wright made in Germany at Kirkland Museum. Denver, CO.Floor lamp (1915) by Frank Lloyd Wright for Sherman Booth house of Glencoe, IL, at Kirkland Museum. Denver, CO.Wright-style lamp in living room of Graycliff. Buffalo, NY.Concrete textile block wall with lighting in Arizona Biltmore Hotel. Phoenix, AZ.
F.L. Wright's Taliesin West. Scottsdale, AZ.Lamps of Unity Temple. Oak Park, IL.Entrance hall swag lamps of Unity Temple. Oak Park, IL.Fence & lamp stand of SC Johnson Wax complex. Racine, WI.
Built-in overhead lighting in living room at Taliesin West. Scottsdale, AZ.Lamps of Unity Temple. Oak Park, IL.Entrance hall swag lamps of Unity Temple. Oak Park, IL.Fence & lamp stand of SC Johnson Wax complex. Racine, WI.
F.L. Wright's Grady Gammage Auditorium at ASU. Tempe, AZ.Stylized blueprint of heritage ruin between storks on columns of F.L. Wright's studio entrance. Oak Park, IL.Desk by Frank Lloyd Wright at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Pulpit of Unity Temple. Oak Park, IL.
Grady Gammage Auditorium details of Frank Lloyd Wright's globe lamps. Tempe, AZ.Stylized blueprint of heritage ruin between storks on columns of F.L. Wright's studio entrance. Oak Park, IL.Desk (1908) by Frank Lloyd Wright at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Pulpit of Unity Temple. Oak Park, IL.
Steel & Formica desk for Johnson Wax Co. of Racine, WI by Frank Lloyd Wright & made by Steelcase, Inc., at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Steel & Formica desk for Johnson Wax Co. of Racine, WI by Frank Lloyd Wright & made by Steelcase, Inc., at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Frank Lloyd Wright designed office chair for Johnson Wax Co. of Racine, WI, at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Side chair for Imperial Hotel, Tokyo by Frank Lloyd Wright at Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, CT.
Steel & Formica desk for Johnson Wax Co. of Racine, WI (1936-9) by Frank Lloyd Wright & made by Steelcase, Inc., at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Steel & Formica desk for Johnson Wax Co. of Racine, WI (1936-9) by Frank Lloyd Wright & made by Steelcase, Inc., at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Frank Lloyd Wright designed office chair (1936-9) for Johnson Wax Co. of Racine, WI, at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Side chair for Imperial Hotel, Tokyo (1921) by Frank Lloyd Wright at Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, CT.
Side chair by Frank Lloyd Wright for Wright Studio in Oak Park, IL at LACMA. Los Angeles, CA.Chair from Larkin House of Buffalo, NY by Frank Lloyd Wright at Pinakothek der Moderne. Munich, Germany.Side chair by Frank Lloyd Wright at Brooklyn Museum. Brooklyn, NY.Side chair by Frank Lloyd Wright at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.
Side chair (1898-1902) by Frank Lloyd Wright for Wright Studio in Oak Park, IL at LACMA. Los Angeles, CA.Chair from Larkin House of Buffalo, NY (1903) by Frank Lloyd Wright at Pinakothek der Moderne. Munich, Germany.Side chair (1904) by Frank Lloyd Wright at Brooklyn Museum. Brooklyn, NY.Side chair (1904) by Frank Lloyd Wright at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.
Side chair by Frank Lloyd Wright at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Wright-style chair in living room of Graycliff. Buffalo, NY.Tall-back side chair for Warren Hickox House of Chicago by Frank Lloyd Wright made by John W. Ayers & Co. at Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.Armchair by Frank Lloyd Wright at de Young Museum. San Francisco, CA.
Side chair (1904) by Frank Lloyd Wright at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Wright-style chair in living room of Graycliff. Buffalo, NY.Tall-back side chair (1900) for Warren Hickox House of Chicago by Frank Lloyd Wright made by John W. Ayers & Co. at Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.Armchair (c1937) by Frank Lloyd Wright at de Young Museum. San Francisco, CA.
Spindle cube chair by Frank Lloyd Wright at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Wooden armchair for Ray W. Evans House of Chicago by Frank Lloyd Wright at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Reclining armchair for Zimmerman House by Frank Lloyd Wright at Currier Museum of Art. Manchester, NH.Reclining armchair for Zimmerman House by Frank Lloyd Wright at Currier Museum of Art. Manchester, NH.
Spindle cube chair (1902-6) by Frank Lloyd Wright at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Wooden armchair for Ray W. Evans House of Chicago (c1908) by Frank Lloyd Wright at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Reclining armchair for Zimmerman House (1902-3) by Frank Lloyd Wright at Currier Museum of Art. Manchester, NH.Reclining armchair for Zimmerman House (1902-3) by Frank Lloyd Wright at Currier Museum of Art. Manchester, NH.
Cast aluminum armchair made for Price Tower by Frank Lloyd Wright at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Cast aluminum armchair made for Price Tower by Frank Lloyd Wright at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.F.L. Wright's Taliesin West. Scottsdale, AZ.Bench at Zimmerman House. Manchester, NH.
Cast aluminum armchair made for Price Tower (1956) by Frank Lloyd Wright at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Cast aluminum armchair made for Price Tower (1956) by Frank Lloyd Wright at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.F.L. Wright's stools designed for Taliesin West. Scottsdale, AZ.Bench at Zimmerman House. Manchester, NH.
Library table by Frank Lloyd Wright & made by John W. Ayers Co. with Tiffany Lily lamp at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Conservatory layout with Wright-style table & lamp in Graycliff. Buffalo, NY.Wright-style table & lamp in Graycliff. Buffalo, NY.Triangular table by Wright in living room of Graycliff. Buffalo, NY.
Library table (1896) by Frank Lloyd Wright & made by John W. Ayers Co. with Tiffany Lily lamp (1902-17) at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Conservatory layout with Wright-style table & lamp in Graycliff. Buffalo, NY.Wright-style table & lamp in Graycliff. Buffalo, NY.Triangular table by Wright in living room of Graycliff. Buffalo, NY.
F.L. Wright's Taliesin West. Scottsdale, AZ.F.L. Wright's Taliesin West. Scottsdale, AZ.Copper urn by Frank Lloyd Wright at LACMA. Los Angeles, CA.Wright-style Arizona Biltmore Hotel. Phoenix, AZ.
Living room interior of F.L. Wright's Taliesin West. Scottsdale, AZ.Living room furnishings at Wright's Taliesin West. Scottsdale, AZ.Copper urn (1895-1900) by Frank Lloyd Wright at LACMA. Los Angeles, CA.Stained glass window by Frank Lloyd Wright in Arizona Biltmore Hotel. Phoenix, AZ.
Wright-style Arizona Biltmore Hotel. Phoenix, AZ.Stained glass window from Oscar Steffens House by Frank Lloyd Wright at Stained Glass Museum. Chicago, IL.Tree of Life window by Frank Lloyd Wright at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Tree of Life stained glass window from Darwin D. Martin House of Buffalo, NY by Frank Lloyd Wright at de Young Museum. San Francisco, CA.
Detail of stained glass window by Frank Lloyd Wright in Arizona Biltmore Hotel. Phoenix, AZ.Stained glass window (1909) from Oscar Steffens House by Frank Lloyd Wright at Stained Glass Museum. Chicago, IL.Tree of Life window (1904) by Frank Lloyd Wright at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Tree of Life stained glass window from Darwin D. Martin House of Buffalo, NY (1904) by Frank Lloyd Wright at de Young Museum. San Francisco, CA.
Tree of Life window from Darwin D. Martin House by Frank Lloyd Wright made by Linden Glass Co. of Chicago at Detroit Institute of Arts. Detroit, MI.Stained-glass window by F.L. Wright on Barton House. Buffalo, NY.Stained glass window of Frank Lloyd Wright's 629 Bird Ave House. Buffalo, NY.Tree of Life stained glass window by Frank Lloyd Wright from Darwin D. Martin House, Buffalo at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.
Tree of Life window from Darwin D. Martin House (1904) by Frank Lloyd Wright made by Linden Glass Co. of Chicago at Detroit Institute of Arts. Detroit, MI.Stained-glass window by F.L. Wright on Barton House. Buffalo, NY.Stained glass window of Frank Lloyd Wright's 629 Bird Ave House. Buffalo, NY.Tree of Life stained glass window (1904) by Frank Lloyd Wright from Darwin D. Martin House, Buffalo at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.
Detail of Tree of Life stained glass window by Frank Lloyd Wright from Darwin D. Martin House, Buffalo at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Leaded glass window by Frank Lloyd Wright from Darwin D. Martin house in Buffalo, NY at Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, OH.Window from Darwin D. Martin House by Frank Lloyd Wright & Linden Glass Co. at Chrysler Museum of Art. Norfolk, VA.Playhouse stained glass window by Frank Lloyd Wright from Avery Coonley Home, Riverside, IL at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.
Detail of Tree of Life stained glass window (1904) by Frank Lloyd Wright from Darwin D. Martin House, Buffalo at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Leaded glass window (c1904) by Frank Lloyd Wright from Darwin D. Martin house in Buffalo, NY at Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, OH.Window from Darwin D. Martin House (c1903-9) by Frank Lloyd Wright & Linden Glass Co. at Chrysler Museum of Art. Norfolk, VA.Playhouse stained glass window (1912) by Frank Lloyd Wright from Avery Coonley Home, Riverside, IL at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.
Colored glass window from Avery Coonley Playhouse, Riverside, IL by Frank Lloyd Wright at MoMA. New York, NY.Copper weed holder vase by Frank Lloyd Wright at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Cast iron entrance gate from Francis Apartments, Chicago by Frank Lloyd Wright at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Wrought iron elevator grill from Rookery Building, Chicago by Frank Lloyd Wright at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.
Colored glass window (1912) from Avery Coonley Playhouse, Riverside, IL by Frank Lloyd Wright at MoMA. New York, NY.Copper weed holder vase (1893-1902) by Frank Lloyd Wright at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Cast iron entrance gate (1895) from Francis Apartments, Chicago by Frank Lloyd Wright at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Wrought iron elevator grill (1907) from Rookery Building, Chicago by Frank Lloyd Wright at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.
Concrete block from demolished Midway Gardens, Chicago by Frank Lloyd Wright at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Terracotta & stone corner lantern from demolished Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, Japan by Frank Lloyd Wright at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.

Concrete block (1913-4) from demolished Midway Gardens, Chicago by Frank Lloyd Wright at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Terracotta & stone corner lantern (1915) from demolished Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, Japan by Frank Lloyd Wright at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.


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