Louis Sullivan (1856-1924), designer panel circa 1970s glazed plaster This design was originally used in the Auditorium Building in Chicago, Illinois and later used in Wright's home. 29 1/2"w x 1"d x 29 1/2"h
Exhibitions: Similar examples can be seen in the collections of the City Museum of St. Louis, Missouri and Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.
Catalog Note: This example is one of twelve panels produced circa 1970s for the restoration of Frank Lloyd Wright's home and studio in Oak Park, Illinois. The design was initially used in the second floor hotel lobby of the Auditorium Building circa 1888-89, where Wright worked as a draftsman for Sullivan. Sullivan gave Wright permission to use this design in his Oak Park home.