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there after the war. But in work published both before and after Mrs Wright's death Pfeiffer makes little mention of the authorship
of the drawings, naming no names as far as I can recall. These bright gouache renderings are most unusual.
Thanks, Roderick. Here is what Taschen (2008) has to show of the Continuation project. The paintings, clearly made on colored
paper, are shown one above the other...the color of the first one differs markedly from another published image, appearing here
in a much pinker (salmon ?) tonality compared to what I found previously. Which one is more nearly correct ?
The plan drawing contains a bonus: elevation drawings, on the reverse of the sheet---or photographed accidentally to give that impression: the sheet translucent enough to show the elevation sheet lying beneath ?
Here's the above plan rotated to match a Taliesin plan of the Gatehouse:
Color images and text Ã‚Â© 2009 by TASCHEN GmbH and by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation
Monographs would have benefitted greatly from the inclusion of a proper index, in place of (or in addition to) the chronological listing at the front of each volume.
In the earlier (colored) version, the four steps down to the fireplace are missing from the plan. Also, the ramp at the south end is elongated. Are there other differences between the two versions ?
Whereas in the B&W Monograph plans those piers align with the masonry on the west wall - as one would expect in standard construction.