Originally created as a cover for Liberty magazine, this design was actually published on the July 1937 cover of Town and Country magazine.
Size: 27" x 20"
Design: Frank Lloyd Wright
Hailed by the American Institute of Architects as "the greatest American architect of all time," Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) used innovative abstract decorative motifs at a time when ornate floral patterns were the norm. This gravitation toward the geometry of modernism led Wright to an informed appreciation of avant-garde graphic art that was coming to the fore in the early twentieth century - largely in European publications. In the mid-1920s, Wright offered Liberty magazine a year's worth of semi-abstract cover designs, but Liberty never accepted or rejected the proposal. Wright got his presentation drawings back, and they became the basis of later, fully executed designs in diverse media.
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