|Dorothy Martin at piano, 1912|
|Detail, "tout ensemble" drawing|
|Wright's design for the Martin piano|
|Wright's design for the Shaw piano (background)|
The Shaw living room drawing is an exquisite example of the draftsmanship of Wright's collaborator, George Mann Neidecken; the Martin drawing, though unsigned, has a quality of line that suggests it may have been by Neidecken as well. But, as with many of Wright's unexecuted designs, the Martin piano remains a tantalizing vision of what might have been, with nearly as many unresolved questions as it has keys.