NATHAN G. MOORE HOUSE ~ Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect (1895)

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The Nathan G. Moore House also known as the Moore-Dugal Residence is a house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. The house was built one block south of Wright's home and studio in Oak Park, Illinois. It was originally completed in 1895 in the Tudor Revival style at the request of client Nathan Moore. Wright obliged his client's wishes, but long after disliked the house for its adherence to historical styles. A 1922 fire gave Wright the opportunity to redesign the house. The structure was completely rebuilt above the first floor in a manner in keeping with Wright's other works of the late 1910s and early 1920s. While the new design stayed evocative of Tudor architecture, the house was heavily ornamented by details of Sullivanesque, Mayan, and other exotic origins. Wright’s second scheme remains largely intact today and the house continues to be a private residence despite a brief period as a tour home.

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Jesus Miguel Ballero… on November 19, 2012

nice build and pic

like

maurodiotto & mara on November 20, 2012

Excellent composition. Like. Hello from Mauro & Mara.

~Marlene~ No Views! on November 21, 2012

roland... Jesus... and... Mauro & Mara...


Thank you all so much for the very nice comments. I'm happy you Like it!

Best wishes, Marlene

lizab on November 22, 2012

A really wonderful house, i like it!!

~Marlene~ No Views! on November 22, 2012

Thank you kindly, lizab, for the lovely comment. I'm very happy you Like it!

Best wishes, Marlene

Majka44 on November 24, 2012

Very nice view, wonderful place and frame.

LIKE

Greetings from Slovakia

Majka

~Marlene~ No Views! on November 26, 2012

Thank you again, Majka, for the lovely comment and the Like. I appreciate it!

Best wishes, Marlene

Zsuzsanna Bánfalvi on November 29, 2012

Excellent composition !

I love it! My friendly greeting ,Natuska

JO Cervantes D on December 1, 2012

A fantastic shot of a fantastic architectonic masterpiece! L+F

Maurice Haddad on December 2, 2012

IMPRESSIVE SHOT WITH AMAZING COLORS AND COMPOSITION. WONDERFUL ARCHITECTURE.
F-22 + L-77 AND VOTED.
BEST REGARDS.
MAURICE

~Marlene~ No Views! on December 2, 2012

Natuska... JO Cervantes D... and... MAURICE...


Thank you all so much for the wonderful comments, the Likes and the special Y*s. I appreciate it all very much! Extra thanks, MAURICE, for your contest VOTE. I am honored!

My best wishes, Marlene

BOGDAN de Varsovie on December 3, 2012

Urocze miejsce. Przyjemny widok.

LIKE 78.

Pozdrowienia.

Bogdan

~Marlene~ No Views! on December 5, 2012

Thank you kindly, Bogdan, for the very nice comment. I'm very happy that you Like it!

Best wishes, Marlene

pepeljuga1 on December 5, 2012

... хвала за објашњења

~Marlene~ No Views! on December 7, 2012

Thank you again, Tanja! I'm happy you you liked it & the explanation!

Best wishes, Marlene

zanot10 - NO VIEWS on December 29, 2012

Very good photo! LIKE!

Best regards Z.

~Marlene~ No Views! on December 29, 2012

Thank you again, Z, for the nice comment & the Like. I appreciate it very much!

Best wishes, Marlene

RNLatvian on May 21

Like! This is a very good photo! Greetings!

Thank you again, RN, for the kind words and your visit. I'm very happy you Like it!

Best wishes, Marlene

I like this for a number of reasons - the angle of view, the time of day, and the use of foliage to give texture to "dead space" in the sky. As an artist, Marlene, you are astute and creative. Like & Fave!

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  • Uploaded on November 13, 2012
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    by ~Marlene~ No Views!
    • Camera: Canon PowerShot SX30 IS
    • Taken on 2012/08/02 19:24:52

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