Here Julie L. Sloan presents the largest gathering of these windows ever published. -B "Visionary and prolific, Frank Lloyd Wright conceived leaded-glass windows for almost every one of his buildings between 1885 and 1923, his most celebrated years
Here Julie L. -B "Visionary and prolific, Frank Lloyd Wright conceived leaded-glass windows for almost every one of his buildings between 1885 and 1923, his most celebrated years. His output was prodigious: an estimated 4,365 windows designs for over 160 structures, more than 100 of which were realized. Here Julie L.
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Julie L. Sloan is the preeminent authority on Wright's leaded glass and a noted stained-glass scholar and conservator. She has taught at Columbia University, Williams College, and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. David G. De Long, author of the introduction, is an architectural historian and internationally known expert on Wright. Sloan went in-depth into the history of the early period but missed the very early co-authored commissions and she incorrectly came to a 'conclusion' with her 'matrix's" of charts showing 'shapes he used in artglass' and the periods used. I doubt if she went out and actually saw alot of the 'Wright buildings' of the 40's and late 50's which have artglass in them.
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Light Screens also uncovers the influences on Wright's ornament- from Japonisme . A companion to this catalogue is Julie L. Sloan, Light Screens: The Complete Leaded-Glass Windows of Frank Lloyd Wright.
Light Screens also uncovers the influences on Wright's ornament- from Japonisme to Friedrich Froebel's educational exercises- and presents invaluable insights on period terms for Wright's glass, on his writings about it, on how glass was made in his time, and on claims for his assistants' authorship of certain designs. Including illustrations made especially for this book, Sloan shows how Wright, in her words, expanded the frontiers of stained glass in both its use and its design.
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