Flower in the Crannied Wall Sculpture


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Quick Overview

“Flower in the Crannied Wall” was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and Richard Bock for placement in the entrance alcove of the Susan Lawrence Dana House (Springfield, Illinois, 1902), where it can still be seen. The final design executed by Bock combined ideas from both architect and sculptor. Named after the Alfred Lord Tennyson poem, which is also shown on the back, the sculpture symbolically represents the human attempt to understand nature and the universe. Wright was so taken by the piece that he commissioned a second version to be placed at his Taliesin estate in Spring Green, Wisconsin.

Product Description
Hand cast resin. Not intended for outdoor use.

Additional Info

Sku: 5030
Size: H: 18.5" x L: 5.75" x W: 5.625"