After watching the first half of the PBS/Ken Burns documentary today I was reflecting on the Dana-Thomas House that he built in Springfield, Illinois. It was finished in 1904 and has changed hands a few times, but remains open to the public and I was fortunate to see it the Summer of 2009. The Prairie House phase of his, which I generally understand to have included this home, might be my favorite works. My earliest exposure to Wright would have certainly been the Guggenheim, built in 1959, when I visited NYC about 10 years ago. Also in NYC, but within the Met, is the 1912 living room created for a now demolished home in Deephaven, Minnesota. This Dana-Thomas home, however, was the first intact home that I had visited. Photography of the interior is prohibited, but some of the exterior shots are my own.
[Edit, May 2015: Artsy.net has a nice Frank Lloyd Wright page up and have requested that I share the link. Here it is https://www.artsy.net/artist/frank-lloyd-wright ]