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Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop

 

in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful.

 
1) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). Elizabeth Gordon interviews Frank Lloyd Wright at Taliesin West. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Elizabeth Gordon is in the center, Frank Lloyd Wright is on the left. Photographed in Mr. Wrightís office. (See #2014.38.0917 -16) Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. 10 x 5.25 B&W photograph. (S#0685.32.1121)
 
2) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). Elizabeth Gordon interview Frank Lloyd Wright at Taliesin West. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Photographed in Mr. Wrightís office. (See #685.32) Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 8 x 10 B&W photograph. (S#0685.33.1121)
 
3) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of Mr. Wrightís office and the drafting room from the entrance court. Mr. Wrightís office is on the left, the drafting room is in the background. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Caption: "The colorful rocks that are strewn about the desert were picked up and bound together in concrete forms to produce walls." Page 188. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 10 x 8 Color photograph. (S#0685.34.1121)
 
4) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of Mr. Wrightís office from the entrance court. Mr. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Caption: "Coarse texture of masonry repeats course texture of far mountain. Note how rising angles are in sympathy with distant pitch of hills." Page 189. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 10 x 8 Color photograph. (S#0685.35.1121)
 
5) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of Mr. Wrightís office from the entrance court. Mr. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Caption: "Northing flimsy and postured about this Modern. Texture of desert is repeated everywhere." Page 192. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 8 x 10 Color photograph. (S#0685.36.1121)
 
6) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of Mr. Wrightís office and the drafting room from the entrance court. Mr. Wrightís office is on the left, the drafting room is in the background. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Caption: "Over-all effect is more like an excavation from some previous civilization rather than modern." Page 192. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 10 x 8 Color photograph. (S#0685.37.1121)
 
7) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the drafting room from Mr. Wrightís office. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Caption: "The indigenous desert plants suddenly show their true beauty against such a background." Page 191. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 8 x 10 Color photograph. (S#0685.38.1121)
 
8) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the drafting room from Mr. Wrightís office. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 8 x 10 B&W photograph. (S#0685.39.1121)
 
9) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the drafting room pergola. The drafting room is on the right. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Caption: "The outdoor "hall" along the drafting room, where you walk beneath the framing members." Page 191. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 10 x 8 B&W photograph. (S#0685.40.1121)
 
10) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the interior of the drafting room. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Published in Frank Lloyd Wright, Select Houses 3, Pfeiffer, 1989/1997, p.37. Original 8 x 10 B&W photograph. (S#0685.41.1121)
 
11) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the dining room / Mr. Wrightís office from the drafting room. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 10 x 8 B&W photograph. (S#0685.42.1121)
 
12) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the dining room / Mr. Wrightís office from the drafting room. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Caption: "Toward th valley, where the horizon is relatively flat, the roof line takes the hint and repeats the motif nature provided." Page 188. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 8 x 10 B&W photograph. (S#0685.43.1121)
 
13) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the drafting room from the South. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Caption: "Even the shadows made by th steps play their part in the moving symphony of patters. Unshaded, the steps show their texture." Page 190. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 10 x 8 Color photograph. (S#0685.44.1121)
 
14) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the drafting roomís canvas roof sections. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Caption: "A good view of "the broken plane and the dotted line" Ė and their why." Page 189. Also published in Frank Lloyd Wright, Select Houses 3, Pfeiffer, 1989/1997, p.36. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 10 x 8 B&W photograph. (S#0685.45.1121)
 
15) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the dining room which later became Mr. Wrightís office. The doorway on the far right leads to Wesley Petersí and Eugene Masselinkís living quarters. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Caption: "Strategically-placed reflection pools mirror interesting things." Page 189. Also published in Frank Lloyd Wright, Select Houses 3, Pfeiffer, 1989/1997, p.37. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 8 x 10 B&W photograph. (S#0685.46.1121)
 
16) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the interior dining room which later became Mr. Wrightís office. Directly behind the dining room is the kitchen. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Caption: "Dining room with dramatic opening framing far mountains." Page 196. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 10 x 8 B&W photograph. (S#0685.47.1121)
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17) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the interior dining room which later became Mr. Wrightís office. Directly behind the dining room is the kitchen. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 10 x 8 B&W photograph. (S#0685.48.1121)
 
18) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of Wesley Petersí and Eugene Masselinkís living quarters. The dining room is to the left, the sunset terrace is to the right. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Caption: "Some of the apprenticesí living quarters, buried deep in what seems a fortress of masonry." Page 192. Also published in Frank Lloyd Wright, Select Houses 3, Pfeiffer, 1989/1997, p.46. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 10 x 8 Color photograph. (S#0685.49.1121)
 
19) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the second story guest quarters above the kitchen and loggia. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 10 x 8 Color photograph. (S#0685.50.1121)
 
20) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the stairs leading to the sunset terrace. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 10 x 8 B&W photograph. (S#0685.51.1121)
 
21) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the sunset terrace from the breezeway. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 8 x 10 B&W photograph. (S#0685.52.1121)
 
22) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the sunset terrace from the breezeway. The garden room is to the left. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 8 x 10 Color photograph. (S#0685.53.1121)
 
23) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the sunset terrace from the breezeway. The garden room is to the left. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 8 x 10 B&W photograph. (S#0685.54.1121)
 
24) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the sunset terrace from the guest deck. The garden room is in the background. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Published in Frank Lloyd Wright, Select Houses 3, Pfeiffer, 1989/1997, p.45. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 8 x 10 B&W photograph. (S#0685.55.1121)
 
25) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the sunset terrace. The garden room is in the background. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Caption: "One of the many terraces which use the structure as both windbreak and sunpocket for warmth." Page 190. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 8 x 10 Color photograph. (S#0685.56.1121)
 
26) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). Elizabeth Gordon enjoys the view from the sunset terrace. The garden room is in the background. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 10 x 8 B&W photograph. (S#0685.57.1121)
 
27) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). Doorway leads from the sunset terrace to the garden room. The breezeway is to the left. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 8 x 10 Color photograph. (S#0685.58.1121)
 
28) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the sunset terrace from the doorway to the garden room. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Published in Frank Lloyd Wright, Select Houses 3, Pfeiffer, 1989/1997, p.45. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 8 x 10 Color photograph. (S#0685.59.1121)
 
29) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of one of the entrances to the garden room. The fireplace cove is in the background on the right. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Caption: "Mr. Wright finds great beauty in natural forms, and brings in rocks and weathered bits of trees to ornament his home." Page 196. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 10 x 8 B&W photograph. (S#0685.60.1121)
 
30) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). Detail of a natural rock decorating the garden room. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 8 x 10 B&W photograph. (S#0685.61.1121)
 
31) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the garden room fireplace cove. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Caption: "Fireplace room for night gatherings." Page 196. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 10 x 8 B&W photograph. (S#0685.62.1121)
 
32) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the garden room fireplace cove. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 8 x 10 B&W photograph. (S#0685.63.1121)
 
33) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the garden room. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Published in Frank Lloyd Wright, Select Houses 3, Pfeiffer, 1989/1997, p.43. Original 10 x 8 B&W photograph. (S#0685.64.1121)
 
34) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the garden room. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Caption: "Main living room, showing lovely translucent light filtering through canvas roof." Page 193. Also published in Frank Lloyd Wright, Select Houses 3, Pfeiffer, 1989/1997, p.43. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 10 x 8 Color photograph. (S#0685.65.1121)
 
35) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the garden room. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Caption: "Main living room, showing lovely translucent light filtering through canvas roof." Page 193. Also published in Frank Lloyd Wright, Select Houses 3, Pfeiffer, 1989/1997, p.43. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 10 x 8 B&W photograph. (S#0685.66.1121)
 
36) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). Detail view of the garden room. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Caption: "Close-up of living room table shown on page 193. Tree outside casts its pattern on roof." Page 191. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 10 x 8 B&W photograph. (S#0685.67.1121)
 
37) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the garden room. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. Original 10 x 8 B&W photograph. (S#0685.68.1121)
 
38) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). Detail view of the garden room. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. 8 x 10 color photograph. (S#0685.69.1121)
 
39) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the garden room terrace. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Published in Frank Lloyd Wright, Select Houses 3, Pfeiffer, 1989/1997, p.40. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. 10 x 8 B&W photograph. (S#0685.70.1121)
 
40) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the garden room terrace from the exterior. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Caption: "Though Taliesin West cannot be compared to anything, many of its canvas roofs remind one of a luxurious tent." Page 186. Also published in Frank Lloyd Wright, Select Houses 3, Pfeiffer, 1989/1997, p.40. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. 10 x 8 B&W photograph. (S#0685.71.1121)
 
41) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the garden room terrace from the terrace outside of the Wrightís sleeping quarters. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Caption: "This is Wrightís private terrace outside their sleeping quarters. Main living terrace beyond." Page 190. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. 10 x 8 Color photograph. (S#0685.72.1121)
 
42) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the Wrightís private quarters and garden. Frank Lloyd Wright stands next to a pool at the far end. Their private quarters and terrace are on the left. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Caption: "Mr. Wright standing beside a pool at the far end of his private green garden. Pitch of wall makes fascinating shadow patters." Page 189. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. 10 x 8 Color photograph. (S#0685.73.1121)
 
43) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the Wrightís private quarters. Frank Lloyd Wright is standing on the terrace speaking to Elizabeth Gordon. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. 10 x 8 B&W photograph. (S#0685.74.1121)
 
44) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the entrance to Wrightís private quarters. The garden room is to the left. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Caption: "The entrance from the Wrightís private green garden to their own personal sleeping quarters." Page 191. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. 10 x 8 B&W photograph. (S#0685.75.1121)
 
45) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the Wrightís private quarters and enclosed green garden. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. 10 x 8 B&W photograph. (S#0685.76.1121)
 
46) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the fireplace in Wrightís private quarters. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. 10 x 8 Color photograph. (S#0685.77.1121)
 
47) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the living room in Wrightís private quarters. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful Caption: "The great living room, which can seat 70 persons with ease. Note canvas wall flaps and canvas ceiling." (Mistakenly identified as the garden room.) Page 196. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. 10 x 8 B&W photograph. (S#0685.78.1121)
 
48) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the Kiva Theatre. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful Caption: "The playhouse and movie theater, of solid masonry inside and out, is a triumph of imagination in simple form." Page 187. Also published in Frank Lloyd Wright, Select Houses 3, Pfeiffer, 1989/1997, p.47. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. 8 x 10 Color photograph. (S#0685.79.1121)
 
49) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the Kiva Theatre. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful Caption: "The movie playhouse, entirely enclosed in masonry. See page 187." Page 193.Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. 10 x 8 Color photograph. (S#0685.80.1121)
 
50) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the loggia, which was later enclosed and used as the dining room. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Caption: "Always the structure itself makes the pattern. Nothing is added to produce the required effect." Page 191. Also published in Frank Lloyd Wright, Select Houses 3, Pfeiffer, 1989/1997, p.38. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. 10 x 8 B&W photograph. (S#0685.81.1121)
 
51) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the loggia, which was later enclosed and used as the dining room. The Kiva Theater can be seen in the background. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Published in Frank Lloyd Wright, Select Houses 3, Pfeiffer, 1989/1997, p.38. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. 10 x 8 B&W photograph. (S#0685.82.1121)
 
52) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the bell tower. The loggia, which was later enclosed and used as the dining room is to the left. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. No caption. Page 194. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. 8 x 10 Color photograph. (S#0685.83.1121)
 
53) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the bell tower from the upper floor. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. 8 x 10 B&W photograph. (S#0685.84.1121)
 
54) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the kitchen. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Published in Frank Lloyd Wright, Select Houses 3, Pfeiffer, 1989/1997, p.47. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. 8 x 10 B&W photograph. (S#0685.85.1121)
 
55) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). View of the kitchen. In 1946, Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. 8 x 10 B&W photograph. (S#0685.86.1121)
 
56) Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1946, (1937-38 - S.245). Elizabeth Gordon explores Taliesin West. Elizabeth Gordon, editor of House Beautiful, made the decision to show case Taliesin West, the winter home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright. "One manís house. We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man's house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape. Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and work shop in Arizona really does both. The result is beautiful, exciting, and very hard to explain..." Photographer Maynard Parker spent five days at Taliesin West, May 24-28, 1946. This partial set of 56 photographs was photographed during that visit. 30 of the photographs were published in the December 1946 issue of House Beautiful. Part of a set of 56 photographs by Maynard Parker at Taliesin West in May 1946. 10 x 8 B&W photograph. (S#0685.87.1121)
 
   
 
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