FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT AND THE ART OF JAPAN, by Julia Meech. New York: Japan Society/Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 2001, 304 pp., 229 illustrations, including 89 color plates. $49.50.

Toward the end of his long and successful career as an architect, Frank Lloyd Wright remembered Japan, the scene of so much of his inspiration.

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