Falling Waters Kaufmann Home Art Print

Brandywine General Store


A Museum Quality Art Print of Falling Waters the Kaufmann home in Pennsylvania that was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright over a creek. This picture shows the home in the center with darker wood surrounding the home and then creek running down through the exposure. Frank Lloyd Wright, the famous American Architect designed this home for the Edgar J. Kaufmann family of Pittsburgh, owners of Kaufmann Department Store. This family used this as a mountain lodge until 1963 when it was then turned over to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. The lodge was built between the years 1936 - 1938 at a total cost of 155,000.00, which included 8,000.00 for the architect fees for Mr. Wright and 4500.00 for installed walnut furnishings. Falling Waters was featured on the Time Magazine in January 1938 and is the only major Frank Lloyd Wright designed home open to the public today that is still intact and original. Picture #Geo 14 an archival print made from a photograph in the Highsmith Collection.

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