This set of five windows came from a Frank Lloyd Wright/Hugh Garden prairie school church in Iowa, built 1903. They will fill a 24' peak with spacing between. The glass changes color from yellow-green to glowing red in strong sunlight. These five windows completely restored, ready for installation.
Arts & Crafts Prairie School Windows from a Marshalltown Church
Architect: Hugh garden, worked with both Louis Sullivan and Frank Lloyd Wright, one of the Chicago “Eighteen”
Glass Studio: Giannini & Hilgart, many commissions from Prairie School architects including Wright, Heun, and Van Doren Shaw
Commission: First Church of Christ Scientist, completed 1903
The windows came from the old First Church of Christ Scientist designed in 1903 by Hugh Garden, a contemporary of Frank Lloyd Wright. If not a prime example of “Prairie School” architecture, the Marshalltown church was considered to be at least architecturally symbolic of Iowa’s prairie landscape and was one of the only three designed by Wright’s contemporaries in Iowa. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places, but it was torn down in 1985. (1) 35" x 12'; (2) 35" x 9'3"; (2) 35" x 4'11"
SIZE: (1) 35" x 12'; (2) 35" x 9'3"; (2) 35" x 4'11"