Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin, a book by Randolph C. Henning, is a unique journey through the iconic architect's work at Taliesin. Wisconsin-born Wright (1867-1959) designed Taliesin in 1911 to use as his personal residence, architectural studio, and working farm. The author has assembled a collection of rare vintage postcards and images of Taliesin at various stages. 2011 was the 100-year anniversary of Taliesin located in the hills of Spring Green, Wisconsin.
112 pages, illustrated, paperback.
By: Randolph C. Henning
53 color postcards
Paperback - 8 in. x 8 in.
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Randolph C. Henning, a Frank Lloyd Wright enthusiast, is an architect in Lewisville, North Carolina, and author of At Taliesin: Newspaper Columns by Frank Lloyd Wright and the Taliesin Fellowship, 1934-1937.