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Frank Lloyd Wright (American, 1867-1959)

Rose Pauson House, Phoenix, Arizona, 1939-1941

The Rose Pauson House is one of many tragic losses in Frank Lloyd Wright’s career. Despite taking nearly 3 years to design and build, the house lasted only 1 year. It burned in a catastrophic fire in 1943.

After the fire, the stone ruins persisted on the prominent Phoenix hillsite for over 30 years. Covered in tags, the area was called “Ship Rock.” The ultimate desecration of the site occurred when the ruins were moved to a nearby housing development to become the entrance sign for “Alta Vista Estates” (bottom photo).

  April 13, 2014 at 01:01pm

Taliesin Tuesday!

Taliesin Tuesday!

Taliesin Tuesday!

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West (1937), Scottsdale, Arizona

Taliesin Tuesday!

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West (1937), Scottsdale, Arizona

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Taliesin West, Frank Lloyd Wright

Scottsdale, Arizona 

This was Frank Lloyd Wright’s winter home

Photos taken in January, 2014

Taliesin Tuesday!

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West (1937), Scottsdale, Arizona

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A program from the Taliesin Festival of Music and Dance, 1969. The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives (The Museum of Modern Art | Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia University, New York).

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Andrew Pielage Photography's new photos of Taliesin West and the David and Gladys Wright house will be on view as part of Artlink Phoenix's Art Detour March 8-9. 

Join us for a unique look into the private Arizona residences of Frank Lloyd Wright and his family at Andrew’s gallery located at 918 N. 6th Street, Phoenix, 85004. This show is sponsored by both the Foundation and Image Craft, LLC.

Taliesin Tuesday!