America's most well-known architect, Frank Lloyd Wright was born in Wisconsin in 1867. After a briefly attending the the University of Wisconsin where he took some mechanical drawing and basic mathematics courses, Wright joined the architectural firm of Adler and Sullivan. Wright developed a new concept of interior space utilization involving overlapping and interpenetrating rooms with shared spaces and varying ceiling heights. Wright died in 1959 at his winter retreat at Taliesin West in Phoenix, Arizona, leaving behind a reputation as America's foremost architect. Our Frank Lloyd Wright autograph reproduction is an architectural delight.