The University of Wisconsin Press
Art / Architecture
Frank Lloyd Wright
and George Mann Niedecken
Prairie School Collaborators
Cheryl Robertson, with chronology and appendix by Terrence Marvel
Frank Lloyd Wright was deeply committed to the idea that the home and all its furnishings be a comprehensive work of art. One of his key collaborators was Milwaukee-based interior decorator George Mann Niedecken. This catalog presents a range of Wright-Niedecken collaborations during the decade from the inception of the Niedecken-Walbridge Company in 1907 to Wright's final dwellings in the Prairie idiom circa 1918. Since Wright and Niedecken were deeply committed to unified design, the catalog takes a commission-based approach to their work.
Distributed for the Milwaukee Art Museum
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LC: 99-198129 NA
116 pp. 10 7/8 x 9 1/4
10 color illus., 2 color photos,
19 b/w illus., 22 b/w photos
Paper $16.95 t
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