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Japanese Print - Landscape with Bridge

Frank Lloyd Wright was fascinated by the art and culture of Japan, traveling there for the first time in 1905, as the Martin House was under construction. He embraced the inspiration of the Japanese print - its inherent abstraction of the geometries of nature were in keeping with his own design ideals.

Wright soon became a major collector and dealer in ukiyo-e, color woodblock prints. He selected such prints for many of his Prairie era clients, including the Martin family. The Martins had a collection of some two-dozen ukiyo-e prints nearly all of which remain the the Martin House collection today. 

The six offered represent a cross section of the subject matter and size of the Martin House prints. The prints were reproduced for display in the Martin House (to preserve the fragile and faded originals) and are faithful reproductions using high quality paper and archival "giclee" printing method. 

Landscape with Bridge - measures approx. 14 x 11 . It is shipped in a high quality mailing tube ready for mounting and framing. Matted and framed prints are available in our shop.

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