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This wood model would have benefited from detail of the materials and the interplay of those materials. Monochromatic doesn't do the design justice.
Visions of Wright is a valuable resource, primarily for its presentation of visual matter, but it couldn't be as complete as are the Monographs, Storrer's "Companion," the Taschen trio or the Artstor files, and shouldn't pretend to be. Like Artstor, it is available for free online, a definite bonus. The material at Artstor fails to provide material in color, other than the photographs included with many of the entries.