Stephen Prairie Style Table lamp
Prairie style at its finest. Lead-free green, yellow, and amber cut stain glass, 272 pieces, using the “copper foil” technique, popularized by Louis Comfort Tiffany. The Prairie style was inspired by the broad landscape of America’s Midwest, the cut glass is trapezoidal in shape to give the illusion of distance. Prairie Style is post-modern Mission and precursor to Mid-Century Modern.
What is the definition of Prairie Style lighting?
The Prairie style is inspired by the broad, flat landscape of America’s Midwest. Horizontal and vertical lines predominate. The illusion of distance is created by the trapezoidal shapes and sizing. Architecture is associated with Frank Lloyd Wright.