This antique, sumac pattern plaster fragment was salvaged from the Dana-Thomas House that was designed by famed architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. It was removed when the house underwent restoration in 1979, when the plasterwork was replaced by a more durable replica. The sumac motif appears throughout the house.
Designer: Frank Lloyd Wright (American, 1867-1959)
Dana-Thomas House (2nd Floor, 301 East Lawrence Avenue, Springfield, IL, built 1902-4). National Heritage Museum (Lexington, MA).
Width 30 Depth 2.25 Height 24.25 in.
Important American Prairie School Frank Lloyd Wright Plaster Work Frieze Panel
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