Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright - under colored paint Wright believed...

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Fr ank Lloyd W r ight Adapted From a Presentation Created by Rock Ledge Elementary Fine Art Program, Seymour, WI Original Source: http://www.seymour.k12.wi.us/rle/art/grade_level_units.html
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Frank Lloyd Wright Born in Richland Center, Wisconsin on June 8 th , 1867. Went to the University of Wisconsin. Lived in Spring Green, Wisconsin and built his house Taliesin Taliesin
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ARCHITECTURE The art of making plans for buildings or a style of building. Grade 4 Falling Water , Pennsylvania Wright’s houses were constructed with simple building materials. Wood looked like wood, and brick was the color of the clay it was made from. The natural colors of the building materials were never hidden
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Unformatted text preview: under colored paint. Wright believed the interior and exterior of a home should go together as well as suiting the people who would live in the house. PRAIRIE STYLE Prairie houses were did not have attics or basements, which he thought of as storage places for things that should be thrown away. Without a basement to separate it from the earth, the prairie house appeared to be planted in the ground. Frank Lloyd Wright House in Oshkosh Frank Lloyd Wright, 1917 Stephen M.B. Hunt House II 1165 Algoma Boulevard Oshkosh, Wisconsin Guggenheim , New York Inside the Guggenheim Wright never got to see the completion of this museum that he designed....
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