Richard Man – Photography and Calligraphy

March 2, 2009

A Frank Lloyd Wright House

Filed under: photography — Tags: , , , , — richard @ 8:58 pm

My mother in law lives across a Frank Lloyd Wright house. It’s on the small side, comparing to the other Wright’s house, but stately nevertheless.

p.s. I have changed the home page of http://www.rfman.com to show a slideshow of what I think is 31 of my best work so far. Interestingly, only 3 were taken prior to 2007. I guess I like my new work better.

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3 Comments »

  1. Neat!
    Not all of Frank’s houses are huge. It’s just that, it took a good amount of money to get him to build a house for you. And if you had $$ you might as well build a Big House.
    But in the beginning, it didn’t take as much money. And then again, some people just don’t like Huge Houses.

    Comment by Lisa Harrigan — March 2, 2009 @ 10:48 pm

  2. To me this looks like a typical prairie style house like the Robie in Chicago, or the Westcott House http://www.westcotthouse.org in Springfield, OH. These houses, which were built in the early part of the last century were anywhere from around 300 square feet to much bigger, but they were actually larger than many of the Usonian house, which came later. Where is this house? Your mother in law has a very nice view. And you work is great.

    Comment by Erik — March 9, 2009 @ 7:09 pm

    • The house is in a northern Chicago suburb. Unfortunately, we have never been inside or even seen too much of the outside except this front view. They are private people 🙂

      Thanks for the kind words.

      Comment by imagecraft — March 9, 2009 @ 8:06 pm


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