Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright (June 8, 1867 – April 9, 1959) was an American architect, interior designer, writer and educator, who designed more than 1000 structures and completed 532 works. He named his philosophy "Organic Architecture," in which he sought to bring harmony between humans and the environment in an aesthetically pleasing and artful manner.

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What are mint condition Frank Lloyd Wright 2 cent stamps worth?

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Scott # 1280 You can purchase a mint copy (not canceled or used, original condition) for about .25 and a used one for .15. Most dealers won't purchase single stamps at this low a value. Consult a postage stamp catalog, usually available at your local library for exact identification and catalog values. With few exceptions, U.S. postage stamps issued after World War Two are worth face value or less. Anything with a denomination of under 10 cents (and most of those above 10 cents) is commonly traded at 60-80 percent of face value, in quantity.
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When did Frank Lloyd Wright die?

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Frank Lloyd Wright died on April 9, 1959 at the age of 91.
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Frank Lloyd Wright was considered one of America's greatest?

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...architects. For goodness sake, don't use Answers.com for this kind of question. Just Google "Frank L..." -- you'll get all you want.
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Was a girlfriend of Frank Lloyd Wright murdered in Wisconsin?

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Yes. Mamah Cheney was killed with an ax along with six other people by Julian Carlton on August 15, 1914. Carlton also set fire to the house they lived in in Spring Green.
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Was frank Lloyd wright egotistical?

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I don't know about egotistical, but he had a complex about being short. He designed his buildings with lower-than-normal ceiling heights and incorporated design "flaws" on some staircases that would make tall people bump their heads if they weren't careful.
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Where did Frank Lloyd Wright go to school?

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University of Wisconsin at Madison
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How many brothers and sisters did Frank Lloyd Wright have?

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he had 4 siblings. as for me I only have 1+me=2
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Who was influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright?

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For one, Alden Dow, a Michigan architect from the Dow Chemical family. Some of his work can be toured in Midland, Michigan.
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Frank Lloyd Wright?

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Americans most known architect,he would design every detail of his projects,furniture,windows and doors.falling watter and Guggenheim museum
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How did Frank Lloyd Wright help humanity?

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Frank Lloyd Wright helped humanity with many thing the main one is to bring the outside in and and blend the house in its sorroundings which he thought no matter where the building should be it should blend in to its sorroundings. His also other contribution was the open floor plan and to get out of the Victorian age which there was rooms for certain things. He is famous for his greatest creation Fallingwater wich is a house cantilivered over a stream and the Guggenheim mueseum in New york City and his personal home Taliesin in Spring, Green Wisconsin.
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Why did Julian Carlton killed Mamah Borthwick mistress of Frank Lloyd Wright?

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Julian sensed that he was out of favor with Mamah when he compared himself with the other workers. He thought he toiled as much as the others but did not receive anywhere near the respect from the Wrights or his fellow-workers. In his twisted mind he planned the massacre and his escape for the next occasion when anyone of the workers gave him a hard time. It was premeditated without question down to the details of separating all of the victims, arranging the fire accelerant (gasoline) to be nearby along with how to introduce it into the room, choosing an instrument (a hand axe) that he believed would cause certain death if there were any survivors from the fire, thinking through where he could hide out of site (in the furnace) until after the fire was put out ... and finally the means to end his own life if he was detected (injesting acid). This is the sort of crime that is deeply personal and therefore we can believe his common-law wife was completely ignorant of his intent. I do not think killing Mamah and her children was in his original plan, but when it became apparent to him that they witnessed his carnage he felt compelled to dispatch them; thus, he believed that there were no living witnesses and when confronted with eyewitness testimony he opted to be silent until he could devise a method of escape or suicide (starvation was his choice). His wife was interviewed, subsequently released and disappeared in Chicago. I have already visited Taliesin West in Scottsdale so my bucket list includes a visit to Taliesin at Spring Green, Wisconsin. Cliff43
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Who inspired Frank Lloyd Wright?

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The work of Friedrich Fröbel was a big influence. Wright was also mentored by Louis Sullivan, the "father of skyscrapers" and a big influence to the Chicago group of architects who have come to be known as the Prairie School. Wright also drew inspiration from Japanese art and architecture; work that is deeply tied to nature and the surrounding natural environment.
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What mediums did frank Lloyd wright work in?

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He was an architect. Sources: Google, Ted Mosby.
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When did Frank Lloyd Wright got married and had children?

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Frank Lloyd Wright was married three times and fathered seven children: four sons and three daughters. He also adopted Svetlana Wright Peters, the daughter of his third wife, Olgivanna Lloyd Wright His wives were: Catherine "Kitty" (Tobin) Wright (1871-1959). Socialite and Social Worker. Married June 1889; divorced November 1922. Maude "Miriam" (Noel) Wright (1869-1930). Artist. Married November, 1923; divorced August 1927. Olga Ivanovna "Olgivanna" (Lazovich Milanoff) Lloyd Wright (1897-1985). Dancer and writer. Married August 1928.
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What is Frank Lloyd Wright famous for?

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Frank Lloyd Wright was a famous architect who was famous for his unique architectural designs in which nature was often incorporated. He designed a famous art gallery in Manhattan (I forgot the name, starts with G). He also created a large house with a single room (no walls in the inside). His sense of interior design, open space, and his building's relation to nature all contribute to its uniqueness. The house is set on a miniature waterfall, almost completely surrounded by water. The inside is designed with natural rocks, wood, and other things associated with nature. This house is still up today, the furniture untouched, and is considered a tourist attraction.
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Is Frank Lloyd wright a architect?

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Yes, he was an architect.

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