15 December 2010
FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT (1867-1959)
A Pair of Leaded Glass Windows from the B. Harley Bradley House, Kankakee, Illinois, circa 1900
each 52¾ x 11½ in. (134 x 29 cm.) (2)
Sotheby's, New York, 19 and 20 May 1982, lot 265.
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cf. J.L. Sloan, Light Screens: The Complete Leaded-Glass Windows of Frank Lloyd Wright, New York, 2001, p. 207, fig, 236 for a similar window from the B. Harley Bradley House.
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