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by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Mar 02, 2012 01:04 AM
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by Eric last modified Mar 01, 2012

Rob Barros, who is filming and producing the documentary on Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice, John H. Howe, sent word that he and architectural photographer John Clouse visited the owner of the Denniston Residence in Newton, IA (1958), the first Howe-designed home. Mary Gottschalk of the Iowan Magazine also came out and wrote a article about the house, which is being published in the current issue of the magazine. Rob sent images of the magazine cover...




 

 

Jack howeRob Barros, who is filming and producing the documentary on Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice, John H. Howe, sent word that he and architectural photographer John Clouse visited the owner of the Denniston Residence in Newton, IA (1958), the first Howe-designed home. Mary Gottschalk of the Iowan Magazine also came out and wrote a article about the house, which is being published in the current issue of the magazine.

Rob sent images of the magazine cover and article and John provided his shot of The Larkwing entry sculpture, which is very reminiscent of the covers that Howe did for Mr. Wright's "Christmas Box Projects" and "Birthday Gift Portfolios".
If you'd like to learn more about Rob's exciting documentary, follow the link.

Top images provided by Rob Barros/Bottom photo copyright John Clouse



 

 

 
 
 

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