Frank Lloyd Wright's House Liberated

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Frank Lloyd Wright's House

Frank Lloyd Wright's House Beautiful by Diane Maddex (New York: William Morrow and Co., 2000)

Daumier: Liberated Women, Bluestockings and Socialists (by Francoise Parturier, catalogue and captions by Jacqueline Armingeat, trans. by Susan D. Resnick (New York: Vilo, Inc., 1982)

Doctors and Medicine in the Works of Daumierby Jean Adhemr (Tabard Press, 1989)

Honore Daumier: Mit 72 Abbildungen von Lithographien, Holzschnitten, Tuschzeichnungenby Fritz Stahl (Berlin: Rudolf Mosse Buchverlag, 1930)

La Vie et l'Art Romantiques. Daumier: Peintre et Lithographie by Raymond Eschollier (Paris: H. Floury, 1923)


"It embalms for us in type the qualifications of our time"--Frank Lloyd Wright, 1896 (p. 41)

"The typical house of the era, he claimed, had 'an especially ugly hole to go in and come out of.'" (p. 67)

Frank Lloyd Wright’s House Liberated—September 16, 2013--original blog post

Something about Frank Lloyd Wright just screams out for a tension, and Daumier swoops in with a prayer-y stylo.

Liber-tay. Equali-tay. Fraterni-tay.

Simplici-tay. Natural bow-tay. Pudeur.