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pair oak prairie french door set

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pair oak prairie french door set

7,500.00

Oak French doors with stained glass geometric prairie style design. These doors come from the sunroom of a Prairie style house in Glencoe, Illinois. The Chicago area and the greater Midwest had a large number of houses designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and other lesser known architects in the prairie style. Prairie style houses are characterized by their horizontal axis that referenced the Midwest plains. The patterns of the art glass windows designed for prairie style houses were formed by metal came lines. These dividing lines break up the view to the outside, and cast shadows into the room as patterns. Many of these patterns include tall, linear, geometric shapes. The forms in the prairie style windows reflect the building structure and the landscaping as a part of the overall architecture and surroundings.

92.5" tall x 67" wide x 1.75" thick

AA# 44847

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