Tree of Life Miniature Stained Glass Panel
by Frank Lloyd Wright
from the Darwin D. Martin House
Dimensions: 2 1/2" x 3 1/4"
During his 74 year career, Frank Lloyd Wright revolutionized American architecture with his passion for organic architecture. His enormous legacy of buildings, furnishings and books champion the harmonious union of form, design and function, creating a style that is uniquely Wright.
In the Darwin D. Martin House, consistency of the rectilinear design is echoed throughout, from the large scale architecture to the home decorations. The stained glass window known today as the Tree of Life was called by Wright simply the second-floor pattern. Although the integration of nature was very important to Wright, he rarely identified specific designs as such. The Tree of Life Detail focuses on the chevrons (v-designs) which are interpreted as ordered treetops, simultaneously reaching towards the heavens.
This Frank Lloyd Wright Collection product is authorized by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, and has been developed with the cooperation of the Darwin D. Martin House Complex administered by the Martin House Restoration Corporation, Buffalo, New York. A portion of the sales of this product supports the conservation and education programs of these institutions.
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