Inspired by the expansive landscape of America’s Midwest the Prairie style was the first uniquely American architectural style of the twentieth century. Join David Bagnall, Curator and Director of Interpretation for the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust, as he discusses Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie style in this illustrated lecture. Short Q&A following the presentation.
David Bagnall is Curator and Director of Interpretation for the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust in Chicago. A graduate of the Courtauld Institute of Art, London, David is an art historian specializing in late nineteenth and early twentieth century art, design and material culture.
Tuesday, May 12, 2020
12 noon EDT/11am CDT/9am PDT
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Presented In Partnership with the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust Chicago