Dave,DavidC wrote:And here's an article that tells us that FLW's drawings "were almost all created by one woman, Marion Mahony Griffin". (see: about 1/3 down the page) David
Interesting article. Which brings up the question... "Which of Wright's presentation drawings (drawn by whomever) have people in them?"
Off the top of my head I can picture a little girl with a yo-yo hanging over the rail at the Guggenheim. Are there others?
It seems like most of his most iconic drawings are devoid of people. To play amateur psychologist, maybe it is because people usually messed with his "art" by rearranging his furniture or interfering with his life, like Kitty and his kids.