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RARE Orig. 1994 Museum of Modern Art Frank Lloyd Wright Millard House Pasadena

RARE Orig. 1994 Museum of Modern Art Frank Lloyd Wright Millard House Pasadena

RARE Orig. 1994 Museum of Modern Art Frank Lloyd Wright Millard House Pasadena

RARE Orig. 1994 Museum of Modern Art Frank Lloyd Wright Millard House Pasadena

RARE Orig. 1994 Museum of Modern Art Frank Lloyd Wright Millard House Pasadena

RARE Orig. 1994 Museum of Modern Art Frank Lloyd Wright Millard House Pasadena

Artist: Frank Lloyd Wright. Title: Residence of Mrs. George Madison Millard, Pasadena CA. Condition: Both frame and poster in excellent condition. Size: 29.5 x 30.5. Frame: Silver-tone metal frame, under acrylic. George Madison Millard House, Pasadena, California, 1923. Please look over the photos clearly. There is writing in the lower left corner which indicates “Millard” and then something which may be a designer’s signature. Please look over the photos carefully. They are photos of the exact piece you will receive. Fed Ex needs a street address, rather than a P. Due to size and weight, no international orders please. The item “RARE Orig. 1994 Museum of Modern Art Frank Lloyd Wright Millard House Pasadena” is in sale since Monday, October 22, 2018. This item is in the category “Art\Art Posters”. The seller is “western_estate_sales” and is located in Las Vegas, Nevada. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Subject: Houses
  • Style: Modern
  • Originality: Open Edition Print
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Size: Medium (up to 36in.)
  • Height (Inches): 30.5
  • Width (Inches): 29.5
  • Artist: Frank Lloyd Wright
  • Features: Framed
  • Color: Pale Blues
  • Quantity Type: Multi-Piece Work
  • Date of Creation: 1994
  • Year: 1994

Rare Orig 1956 Opening Day Ceremony Packet Frank Lloyd Wright Price Tower Photo

Rare Orig 1956 Opening Day Ceremony Packet Frank Lloyd Wright Price Tower Photo

Rare Orig 1956 Opening Day Ceremony Packet Frank Lloyd Wright Price Tower Photo

Rare Orig 1956 Opening Day Ceremony Packet Frank Lloyd Wright Price Tower Photo

Rare Orig 1956 Opening Day Ceremony Packet Frank Lloyd Wright Price Tower Photo

Rare Orig 1956 Opening Day Ceremony Packet Frank Lloyd Wright Price Tower Photo

Rare Orig 1956 Opening Day Ceremony Packet Frank Lloyd Wright Price Tower Photo

Rare Orig 1956 Opening Day Ceremony Packet Frank Lloyd Wright Price Tower Photo

Rare Orig 1956 Opening Day Ceremony Packet Frank Lloyd Wright Price Tower Photo

Rare Orig 1956 Opening Day Ceremony Packet Frank Lloyd Wright Price Tower Photo

Rare Orig 1956 Opening Day Ceremony Packet Frank Lloyd Wright Price Tower Photo

Rare Orig 1956 Opening Day Ceremony Packet Frank Lloyd Wright Price Tower Photo

This sale is for an original opening day Sarah Moni packet from Frank Lloyd Wrights only skyscraper. It is the price tower in Bartlesville Oklahoma. This is from February 9, 1956. It is a folder that measures eight and three-quarter inches by 11 inches. It has graphics in black and red at the price tower to the front with the design continuing on to the back. Has one bumped bottom left bottom corner, otherwise in very good condition. Inside you get everything pictured. I tried to show everything. There are photos postcards for an order form and two brochures and a small booklet. Again this is an original, they came out of an estate in Bartlesville. The item “Rare Orig 1956 Opening Day Ceremony Packet Frank Lloyd Wright Price Tower Photo” is in sale since Saturday, March 16, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Historical Memorabilia\Fairs, Parks & Architecture\Buildings”. The seller is “mod50s” and is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This item can be shipped to United States.

RARE Frank Lloyd Wright Orig 1994 MOMA Poster, The Illinois Cantilever Structure

RARE Frank Lloyd Wright Orig 1994 MOMA Poster, The Illinois Cantilever Structure

RARE Frank Lloyd Wright Orig 1994 MOMA Poster, The Illinois Cantilever Structure

RARE Frank Lloyd Wright Orig 1994 MOMA Poster, The Illinois Cantilever Structure

RARE Frank Lloyd Wright Orig 1994 MOMA Poster, The Illinois Cantilever Structure

Artist: Frank Lloyd Wright. Condition: Poster and frame in Very Good ++ condition (Not new but close to). Title: The Illinois Cantilever Structure. Size: 12 x 48. Frame: Silver tone metal frame, under acrylic, 12 x 48. The Illinois was envisioned by Wright as a mile high structure whose vertical design would help contain urban sprawl. It was, of course, never realized. Poster is an original from the 1994 Frank Lloyd Wright exhibition, the first architectural exhibition of the Museum of Modern Art. This is an oversized piece. Will be by Fed Ex Insured, Ground and is included in the price. Please, due to size and weight, no international orders. Fed Ex requires a street address vs. The item “RARE Frank Lloyd Wright Orig 1994 MOMA Poster, The Illinois Cantilever Structure” is in sale since Friday, October 26, 2018. This item is in the category “Art\Art Posters”. The seller is “western_estate_sales” and is located in Las Vegas, Nevada. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Originality: Open Edition Print
  • Subject: Architecture
  • Size: Large (up to 60in.)
  • Style: Modernism
  • Height (Inches): 48″
  • Width (Inches): 12
  • Artist: Frank Lloyd Wright
  • Color: Blues, Pale Yellow
  • Quantity Type: Multi-Piece Work
  • Features: Framed
  • Date of Creation: 1994

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

2 – 24″ x 36″ Sepia Architectural Prints in Good Condition of the William Wesley Peters, Architect and Taliesin Associates, Architect submission in approximately 1964 for the Belmont Park proposed new grandstand. One print is a rendering of the Grandstand, while the second print has a title block and is a cross section of the design. Cross Section 1/10 Scale. New Pavilion and Clubhouse at Belmont Park. For the New York Racing Association, Inc. William Wesley Peters, Architect Taliesin Associates, Architect. Update: Owner will provide notarized description of the origins of the prints. History: William Wesley Peters was Frank Lloyd Wright’s first apprentice who devoted much of his career to preserving Wright’s work and legacy. He was an architect as well and served as structural engineer and project architect on famous buildings such as the Guggenheim and Fallingwater. He personally designed 120 projects including the Pearl Palace in Iran. When Wright died in 1959, Peters took over his “studio” known as Taliesin Associates. He not only married Wright’s adopted daughter but also briefly married Lenin’s daughter. In the early 60′s the New York Racing Association board selected three well known architects to submit a design for a new Belmont Park Grandstand. William Wesley Peters and Taliesin Associates were one of 3 selected. After preliminary design approvals the three where directed to proceed with the designs and to make a model. During his life Frank Lloyd Wright did a design for a generic race track grandstand. The design submitted by Peters and Taliesin Associates were Frank Lloyd Wright’s generic concept expanded. A revolutionary design, but the board eventually authorized Arthur Froelich to proceed with his concept. These 2 Sepia Architectural Prints were part of the original William Wesley Peters/ Taliesin Associates proposal and were saved by an employee of NYRA at the time. The prints are yellowing and have some brittle edges. The item “Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)” is in sale since Saturday, August 18, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Historical Memorabilia\Fairs, Parks & Architecture\Buildings”. The seller is “herm-61″ and is located in Clarence Center, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

2 – 24″ x 36″ Sepia Architectural Prints in Good Condition of the William Wesley Peters, Architect and Taliesin Associates, Architect submission in approximately 1964 for the Belmont Park proposed new grandstand. One print is a rendering of the Grandstand, while the second print has a title block and is a cross section of the design. Cross Section 1/10 Scale. New Pavilion and Clubhouse at Belmont Park. For the New York Racing Association, Inc. William Wesley Peters, Architect Taliesin Associates, Architect. Update: Owner will provide notarized description of the origins of the prints. History: William Wesley Peters was Frank Lloyd Wright’s first apprentice who devoted much of his career to preserving Wright’s work and legacy. He was an architect as well and served as structural engineer and project architect on famous buildings such as the Guggenheim and Fallingwater. He personally designed 120 projects including the Pearl Palace in Iran. When Wright died in 1959, Peters took over his “studio” known as Taliesin Associates. He not only married Wright’s adopted daughter but also briefly married Lenin’s daughter. In the early 60′s the New York Racing Association board selected three well known architects to submit a design for a new Belmont Park Grandstand. William Wesley Peters and Taliesin Associates were one of 3 selected. After preliminary design approvals the three where directed to proceed with the designs and to make a model. During his life Frank Lloyd Wright did a design for a generic race track grandstand. The design submitted by Peters and Taliesin Associates were Frank Lloyd Wright’s generic concept expanded. A revolutionary design, but the board eventually authorized Arthur Froelich to proceed with his concept. These 2 Sepia Architectural Prints were part of the original William Wesley Peters/ Taliesin Associates proposal and were saved by an employee of NYRA at the time. The prints are yellowing and have some brittle edges. The item “Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)” is in sale since Wednesday, August 8, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Historical Memorabilia\Fairs, Parks & Architecture\Buildings”. The seller is “herm-61″ and is located in Clarence Center, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

2 – 24″ x 36″ Sepia Architectural Prints in Good Condition of the William Wesley Peters, Architect and Taliesin Associates, Architect submission in approximately 1964 for the Belmont Park proposed new grandstand. One print is a rendering of the Grandstand, while the second print has a title block and is a cross section of the design. Cross Section 1/10 Scale. New Pavilion and Clubhouse at Belmont Park. For the New York Racing Association, Inc. William Wesley Peters, Architect Taliesin Associates, Architect. Update: Owner will provide notarized description of the origins of the prints. History: William Wesley Peters was Frank Lloyd Wright’s first apprentice who devoted much of his career to preserving Wright’s work and legacy. He was an architect as well and served as structural engineer and project architect on famous buildings such as the Guggenheim and Fallingwater. He personally designed 120 projects including the Pearl Palace in Iran. When Wright died in 1959, Peters took over his “studio” known as Taliesin Associates. He not only married Wright’s adopted daughter but also briefly married Lenin’s daughter. In the early 60′s the New York Racing Association board selected three well known architects to submit a design for a new Belmont Park Grandstand. William Wesley Peters and Taliesin Associates were one of 3 selected. After preliminary design approvals the three where directed to proceed with the designs and to make a model. During his life Frank Lloyd Wright did a design for a generic race track grandstand. The design submitted by Peters and Taliesin Associates were Frank Lloyd Wright’s generic concept expanded. A revolutionary design, but the board eventually authorized Arthur Froelich to proceed with his concept. These 2 Sepia Architectural Prints were part of the original William Wesley Peters/ Taliesin Associates proposal and were saved by an employee of NYRA at the time. The prints are yellowing and have some brittle edges. The item “Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)” is in sale since Sunday, July 29, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Historical Memorabilia\Fairs, Parks & Architecture\Buildings”. The seller is “herm-61″ and is located in Clarence Center, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

2 – 24″ x 36″ Sepia Architectural Prints in Good Condition of the William Wesley Peters, Architect and Taliesin Associates, Architect submission in approximately 1964 for the Belmont Park proposed new grandstand. One print is a rendering of the Grandstand, while the second print has a title block and is a cross section of the design. Cross Section 1/10 Scale. New Pavilion and Clubhouse at Belmont Park. For the New York Racing Association, Inc. William Wesley Peters, Architect Taliesin Associates, Architect. Update: Owner will provide notarized description of the origins of the prints. History: William Wesley Peters was Frank Lloyd Wright’s first apprentice who devoted much of his career to preserving Wright’s work and legacy. He was an architect as well and served as structural engineer and project architect on famous buildings such as the Guggenheim and Fallingwater. He personally designed 120 projects including the Pearl Palace in Iran. When Wright died in 1959, Peters took over his “studio” known as Taliesin Associates. He not only married Wright’s adopted daughter but also briefly married Lenin’s daughter. In the early 60′s the New York Racing Association board selected three well known architects to submit a design for a new Belmont Park Grandstand. William Wesley Peters and Taliesin Associates were one of 3 selected. After preliminary design approvals the three where directed to proceed with the designs and to make a model. During his life Frank Lloyd Wright did a design for a generic race track grandstand. The design submitted by Peters and Taliesin Associates were Frank Lloyd Wright’s generic concept expanded. A revolutionary design, but the board eventually authorized Arthur Froelich to proceed with his concept. These 2 Sepia Architectural Prints were part of the original William Wesley Peters/ Taliesin Associates proposal and were saved by an employee of NYRA at the time. The prints are yellowing and have some brittle edges. The item “Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)” is in sale since Thursday, July 19, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Historical Memorabilia\Fairs, Parks & Architecture\Buildings”. The seller is “herm-61″ and is located in Clarence Center, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

2 – 24″ x 36″ Sepia Architectural Prints in Good Condition of the William Wesley Peters, Architect and Taliesin Associates, Architect submission in approximately 1964 for the Belmont Park proposed new grandstand. One print is a rendering of the Grandstand, while the second print has a title block and is a cross section of the design. Cross Section 1/10 Scale. New Pavilion and Clubhouse at Belmont Park. For the New York Racing Association, Inc. William Wesley Peters, Architect Taliesin Associates, Architect. Update: Owner will provide notarized description of the origins of the prints. History: William Wesley Peters was Frank Lloyd Wright’s first apprentice who devoted much of his career to preserving Wright’s work and legacy. He was an architect as well and served as structural engineer and project architect on famous buildings such as the Guggenheim and Fallingwater. He personally designed 120 projects including the Pearl Palace in Iran. When Wright died in 1959, Peters took over his “studio” known as Taliesin Associates. He not only married Wright’s adopted daughter but also briefly married Lenin’s daughter. In the early 60′s the New York Racing Association board selected three well known architects to submit a design for a new Belmont Park Grandstand. William Wesley Peters and Taliesin Associates were one of 3 selected. After preliminary design approvals the three where directed to proceed with the designs and to make a model. During his life Frank Lloyd Wright did a design for a generic race track grandstand. The design submitted by Peters and Taliesin Associates were Frank Lloyd Wright’s generic concept expanded. A revolutionary design, but the board eventually authorized Arthur Froelich to proceed with his concept. These 2 Sepia Architectural Prints were part of the original William Wesley Peters/ Taliesin Associates proposal and were saved by an employee of NYRA at the time. The prints are yellowing and have some brittle edges. The item “Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)” is in sale since Tuesday, June 19, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Historical Memorabilia\Fairs, Parks & Architecture\Buildings”. The seller is “herm-61″ and is located in Clarence Center, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)

2 – 24″ x 36″ Sepia Architectural Prints in Good Condition of the William Wesley Peters, Architect and Taliesin Associates, Architect submission in approximately 1964 for the Belmont Park proposed new grandstand. One print is a rendering of the Grandstand, while the second print has a title block and is a cross section of the design. Cross Section 1/10 Scale. New Pavilion and Clubhouse at Belmont Park. For the New York Racing Association, Inc. William Wesley Peters, Architect Taliesin Associates, Architect. History: William Wesley Peters was Frank Lloyd Wright’s first apprentice who devoted much of his career to preserving Wright’s work and legacy. He was an architect as well and served as structural engineer and project architect on famous buildings such as the Guggenheim and Fallingwater. He personally designed 120 projects including the Pearl Palace in Iran. When Wright died in 1959, Peters took over his “studio” known as Taliesin Associates. He not only married Wright’s adopted daughter but also briefly married Lenin’s daughter. In the early 60′s the New York Racing Association board selected three well known architects to submit a design for a new Belmont Park Grandstand. William Wesley Peters and Taliesin Associates were one of 3 selected. After preliminary design approvals the three where directed to proceed with the designs and to make a model. During his life Frank Lloyd Wright did a design for a generic race track grandstand. The design submitted by Peters and Taliesin Associates were Frank Lloyd Wright’s generic concept expanded. A revolutionary design, but the board eventually authorized Arthur Froelich to proceed with his concept. These 2 Sepia Architectural Prints were part of the original William Wesley Peters/ Taliesin Associates proposal and were saved by an employee of NYRA at the time. The prints are yellowing and have some brittle edges. The item “Belmont Park Orig Prints-Wm. Wesley Peters/Taliesin Assoc. (Frank Lloyd Wright)” is in sale since Saturday, June 9, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Historical Memorabilia\Fairs, Parks & Architecture\Buildings”. The seller is “herm-61″ and is located in Clarence Center, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

ACME STUDIOS FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT PIN, BY ROBERT RISKO, With ORIG CARD/POUCH, RARE

ACME STUDIOS FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT PIN, BY ROBERT RISKO, With ORIG CARD/POUCH, RARE

ACME STUDIOS FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT PIN, BY ROBERT RISKO, With ORIG CARD/POUCH, RARE

ACME STUDIOS FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT PIN, BY ROBERT RISKO, With ORIG CARD/POUCH, RARE

This pin is part of a series of 7 Designed by Vanity Fair Artist Robert Risko for ACME Studios, approx 1 1/4″ x 3/4″. This is the FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT model, which is the rarest of the series. Robert Risko first gained prominence when pop artist Andy Warhol began to feature his work in Interview Magazine. Since then Risko has been a regular contributor to Vanity Fair, Time, Rolling Stone and The New Yorker, as well as having had two one man shows in Hong Kong and New York. Excellent condition with only light surface wear, with original card and ACME felt pouch. The item “ACME STUDIOS FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT PIN, BY ROBERT RISKO, With ORIG CARD/POUCH, RARE” is in sale since Friday, May 18, 2018. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Vintage & Antique Jewelry\Costume\Designer, Signed\Sets”. The seller is “mrallgreat” and is located in Houston, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, El salvador, Honduras, Jamaica.
  • Material: Enamel
  • Brand: ACME STUDIOS