Article: Kirkland Museum (Denver, CO) launches celebration of architect Frank Lloyd Wright

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SDR
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Re: Article: Kirkland Museum (Denver, CO) launches celebration of architect Frank Lloyd Wright

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Anybody want to take a stab at identifying either of the components of this "married" art glass piece ?

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Re: Article: Kirkland Museum (Denver, CO) launches celebration of architect Frank Lloyd Wright

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Either Julie Sloan, Doreen Ehrlich or Thomas Heinz might be best to answer that question. Paging through their books, however, all 3 tend to focus on windows rather than light fixtures. Windows tend to have more plain glass than the lamp shades, so it's hard to be certain.


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