A full-size marionette theatre designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for his youngest son Llewellyn was on display at the Art Institute of Chicago for a special Chicago Architectural Club exhibit from April 9 to May 3, 1914. The stage, made of red cypress, shows some wear from overuse as it had been made several years before. Some of Wright’s Japanese prints in his specially designed holders are also on display.
(Source: Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust)

A full-size marionette theatre designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for his youngest son Llewellyn was on display at the Art Institute of Chicago for a special Chicago Architectural Club exhibit from April 9 to May 3, 1914. The stage, made of red cypress, shows some wear from overuse as it had been made several years before. Some of Wright’s Japanese prints in his specially designed holders are also on display.

(Source: Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust)

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