Prairie School Art Glass Pieces Night Light
As part of his vision for a total work of art, Frank Lloyd Wright designed art glass pieces for many of his architectural projects. He used abstracted geometric motifs that set him apart from the realistic scenes commonly seen in stained glass at the time. This pattern is from a piece of art glass exhibited in 1907 for the Chicago Architectural Club at the Art Institute of Chicago. The glass was most likely a leftover piece from Wright’s recently-completed Susan Lawrence Dana House in Springfield, Illinois (1902–1904). Today it is combined with another piece of Wright-designed art glass to form a lamp, giving it new life.
Our Frank Lloyd Wright night lights are made with cherry veneered MDF. This elegant night light feature slats on the top and sides with a clear acrylic bottom panel to allow more light to shine through. The base is almond colored to blend in with the cherry motif. 4" x 4" x 1.5".
A portion of purchase price supports the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation’s work to inspire people to discover and embrace an architecture for better living through meaningful connections to nature, the arts, and each other. Your purchase also supports the preservation of Frank Lloyd Wright’s buildings for future generations to enjoy.