Dana House Sumac Throw
This design is from the dining room breakfast nook windows of the Susan Dana Lawrence House in Springfield, IL (1902-1904). These windows depict Wright’s interpretation of the Sumac plant that is native to the Midwest. One of Wright’s architectural masterpieces, the Dana House is also one of his greatest works in the “Prairie Style”. The house has more than 200 windows, doors and skylight art glass panels.
Made in the USA.
Multi-tapestry throw 51 x 68”, 100% cotton.
Machine wash cold, gentle cycle, mild detergent -do not bleach, tumble dry low.