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Frank Lloyd Wright "Waterlilies" Porcelain Ornament

Frank Lloyd Wright "Waterlilies" Porcelain Ornament

By Accent by RainCaper

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Beautiful porcelain double-sided keepsake ornament showcasing fine art that can be displayed year-round. Gift packaging includes glossy envelope design with cutout window, with information about Frank Lloyd Wright printed on the back.
  • Product type: Ornament
  • Shipping Dimensions: 4.25 × 3.375 × 0.125 inches
    (10.8 × 8.6 × 0.3 cm)
  • Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb (2.0 oz; 57 g)
  • SKU010010685 | 037336005577
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Accent by RainCaper

Accent by RainCaper

Founded by mother-daughter duo Jan Hartman and Lindsay Hagerman, Pennsylvania-based RainCaper® launched in 2016. Designer Jan ran a destination retail store where she and daughter Lindsay offered distinctive gifts and accessories for 24 years.

The Accent by RainCaper ® Fine Art Collection reflects Jan’s love of the arts (she and her husband Jim are avid art collectors); it makes Jan especially happy to see how art resonates with people and watch as their love of art translates into an appreciation and desire for the Accent by RainCaper® Fine Art Collection.

Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) remains an iconic figure in American architecture and design. Born in Richland Center, Wisconsin, Wright's career spanned over seven decades and left an indelible mark on the world of architecture. He was known for his visionary approach, pioneering organic architecture that seamlessly integrated buildings with their natural surroundings. Wright's most famous works include Fallingwater, a masterpiece of modern architecture built over a waterfall in Pennsylvania, and the Guggenheim Museum in New York City, which features a distinctive spiral design. His unique style, characterized by clean lines, open spaces, and innovative use of materials, has influenced countless architects and continues to inspire generations of designers worldwide. Wright's legacy as an architectural genius and his commitment to a harmonious relationship between nature and structures have solidified his place as one of America's most revered architects.

Throughout his career, Wright designed more than 1,000 structures, ranging from private residences and office buildings to places of worship and museums. He believed in creating architecture that responded to its environment and celebrated the spirit of the American landscape. The Prairie style, developed by Wright in the early 20th century, emphasized horizontal lines and open interior spaces, reflecting the vastness of the Midwestern prairie. His contributions to the field of architecture were not limited to design alone; Wright also embraced innovative construction techniques and advocated for the use of locally sourced materials. Beyond his architectural achievements, Wright was a complex personality, often attracting controversy and facing personal and professional challenges. Nevertheless, his lasting impact on the built environment and his influence on subsequent generations of architects have firmly established him as a visionary and celebrated American architect.