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    FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT (American, 1867-1959)
    Perspectives of Como Orchards Summer Colony, Darby, Montana (three works), 1910
    Lithographs on paper
    12-1/2 x 21-3/8 inches (31.8 x 54.3 cm) (plate, approx. each)
    Each embossed with artist's blindstamp lower left
    Each stamped by Burnham Library, Art Institute of Chicago, on verso
    Printed and published by Ernst Wasmuth, Berlin

    The Como Orchard Colony Clubhouse, Pl. XLVII
    Typical Cottages of Como Orchard Colony, Pl. XLVII(a)
    Overview Plan of Como Orchard Summer Colony, Pl. XLVI

    Built 1909, demolished over the years
    Master Plan for camp-like development

    Spaced: Gallery of Architecture, New York.

    More information about FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT, also known as Wright, Frank Lloyd, Rait, Frank Lloid, Rayt, Frank Luyd, Frank Lloyd Wright, Frank Lloyd Lincoln Wright.

    Condition Report*: Each has fair to moderate paper discoloration throughout; some tears and rips to sheet edges with general light handling creases throughout each; a few spots of possible surface grime; otherwise, no visible condition issues.  All are adhered to mount along top sheet edge and matted to an overall size of 20 x 30 inches.  Sheet sizes measure approx. 15-1/4 x 24-6/8 inches each. Not framed.
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    March, 2015
    31st Tuesday
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