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BOOKS: Travel Guides Written: CitySpot Palermo Travel Guide Book for 183 Books Publishing Company. Travel Guides Contributed to: CitySpot Munich 2007 and CitySpot Bologna & Rome, Drive Around Northern Italy & Italian Lakes all for Thomas Cook Publishing, Reiskits Guide to Milan 2007 and Italy’s Lakes Region, for Compass Maps Group, Portugal for Signpost Publishing, Madeira, Independent Travellers USA, The Algarve 2006, Drive Around Washington DC 2006 for Thomas Cook Publishing, Canada’s Atlantic Provinces, Madeira for AA of the United Kingdom.
Writing for the internet: New England travel journalist for examiner.com, Madelyn Miller’s TravelLady.com, triporati.com online travel site. Blog: franfolsom.wordpress.com
Frank Lloyd Wright Houses – Taliesin, Fallingwater and Kentuck Knob
by Frances Folsom, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
“America’s other great artists – our best painters, sculptors, composers – don’t really rank with the tops of all time. They’re just not Rembrandt, or Michelangelo or Beethoven. Frank Lloyd Wright alone had that kind of standing. By common consent of those qualified to judge, he’s among the greatest architects who ever practiced.” Robert Campbell, Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic
To say that Frank Lloyd Wright pushed the outside of the envelope when it came to architecture is putting it mildly. The man was a genius far ahead of his time with his designs. He believed in integrating nature and architecture. During his long career Wright designed over 1,100 houses, office buildings, schools, churches, synagogues and museums.