Frank Lloyd Wright: An Autobiography
Pomegranate, 2005 - 561 Seiten
This reprint of the enlarged and revised edition of architect Frank Lloyd Wright's (1867-1959) autobiography from 1943 contains five books (lengthy separated sections) on family, fellowship, work, freedom, and form, in which he describes his childhood, apprenticeship, personal life, travels, and the details behind works such as the Prairie and Us
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