Pictures for poster in my home

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dario
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Pictures for poster in my home

Post by dario »

Dear All,

As a "FLW disciple", I'm collecting high-resolution images around the web to create prints to decorate the walls of my home.
I look for perspectives, plants, patterns etc.
Do you courtesy have images that are right for me to share?

Thank you in advance

SDR
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Location: San Francisco

Post by SDR »

The 2018, 2019, and 2020 Frank Lloyd Wright calendars are available on this page:
https://www.amazon.com/Frank-Lloyd-Wrig ... 0735350965

That's 36 large-format color photos of Wright buildings. I have found these calendars to contain the largest printed images of Wright available for purchase at reasonable prices.

It would be great to locate a supply of older Wright annual calendars---they've been published for many years now, formerly by Pomegranate.

S

Roderick Grant
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Post by Roderick Grant »

I have failed to find any store, even Hennessey & Ingalls, that still sell FLW calendars in Los Angeles. It's hard enough finding book stores.

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