Wright discussed in Lamster's new Philip Johnson book

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Loos (and most likely Schindler, too) initially approved of the Secession’s split from the Academy, but later rejected their excessive ornamentation. It was bold of the young Schindler to side with the anti-ornamentalists when writing to the greatest American master of ornament.

It seems it didn’t bother Sullivan too much.

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