The Prairie School: Design Vision for the Midwest
This special issue of The Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies explores the work of the Prairie School, the world-renowned architectural movement that began in Chicago at the turn of the century. An introduction to the history of the Prairie School is followed by three articles examining works in the museum's departments of architecture and American arts, and in the Ryerson and Burham Libraries at the Art Institute. Two other essays in this issue discuss a rare textile sample book designed by FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT, and the remarkable career of the Prairie School architect and designer MARION MAHONY GRIFFIN.
Art Institute of Chicago
Architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright
The Art Institute Of Chicago, "The Prairie School: Design Vision for the Midwest" (1995). Frank Lloyd Wright Book Collection. 326.