Eugene Masselink was one of Wright’s earliest apprentices at the Taliesin Fellowship. He soon became indispensable to Wright and acted not only as his personal secretary for over twenty years but also his designated muralist. He developed his own unique graphic style, using abstract natural forms, which was very compatible with Wright’s designs and philosophy. Masselink developed the designs on this coaster set by graphically reducing a natural form to an assemblage of geometric shapes and setting them onto an orthogonal or angular grid.
Product Description Set of four absorbent sandstone coasters. Each coaster has a cork backing. Made in the USA.
Size: 4.25" x 4.25"