Frank Lloyd Wright Midway Gardens Sprite Statue

Frank Lloyd Wright Midway Gardens Sprite Statue
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AMERICA'S ARCHITECT - Frank Lloyd Wright is perhaps the most prolific of America's architects. He designed over 800 structures during the course of his professional years. But more than that, he was a driven advocate for design in a total sense, and sought beauty in every dimension. SCULPTURE DETAILS - This Frank Lloyd Wright Sprite garden sculpture is an authorized reproduction of the full-sized sculpture that was created for the Midway Gardens in Chicago 1913-14 . Beautifully cast in stone, this striking garden sculpture will last for years in any climate. Shown here, it includes the matching PEDESTAL. Sculpture Dimensions: 6"W x 7"D x 31"H and Weight: 40 lbs. Pedestal Dimensions: 11"H x 11.5"W x 8.5"D and Weight: 37 lbs. Antique Gray Finish. NICHOLS BROS. STONEWORKS - For almost 20 years Nichols Bros. Stoneworks has been manufacturing the highest quality reconstituted stone planters, garden ornaments and site furnishings in classic European and contemporary designs. In 1998 we were granted the license to be the exclusive manufacturer of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation stone vases and garden ornaments. QUALITY MATERIAL - This dry cast stone has been around for centuries and has proven to be a quality, durable and most attractive alternative to other materials. The nature of this stone gives it a number of advantages for use in garden and architectural applications.

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This Frank Lloyd Wright Sprite garden sculpture is an authorized reproduction of the full-sized sculpture that was created for the Midway Gardens in Chicago 1913-14 . Midway Gardens was an entertainment complex on Chicago's south side, and an extraordinary achievement for Frank Lloyd Wright, who personally designed and supervised all of its elements, including a series of cast concrete sculptures he called the “Sprites”. The Gardens fell victim to financial troubles and was demolished in 1929. This hand cast cement garden sculpture was adapted from the drawings found in the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives. Beautifully cast in stone, this striking garden sculpture will last for years in any climate. Shown here on the matching pedestal. Sculpture Dimensions: 6″W x 7″D x 31″H and Weight: 40 lbs. Pedestal Dimensions: 11″H x 11.5″W x 8.5″D and Weight: 37 lbs. Antique Gray Finish This dry cast stone has been around for centuries and has proven to be a quality, durable and most attractive alternative to other materials. The nature of this stone gives it a number of advantages for use in garden and architectural applications.

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Bear: Gorgeous statue. Great for Wright fans or anyone else.

Beautiful in your home or garden and is exactly as described. Arrived in pristine condition thanks to custom foam packaging direct from the manufacturer and in only 4 days I live in Oregon, shipped from Washington . Includes the rod and 2-way glue to secure the base and sprite together. You might want to wait to glue it until you determine its final location. Wand is a separate item so make sure you don't accidentally drop it on the floor when removing the sprite from the foam. Rod is packed with the base and is inserted into the foam - took me a few seconds to find it.

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