Schindler / Bonhams

A Rudolph M. Schindler painted douglas fir and frosted glass floor lamp from the Wolfe House, which was demolished in 2002. 
It's part of the Bonhams: 20th Century Decorative Arts and Design auction.

Wolfe House
Source: Schindler by David Gebhard

Ethel Wolfe in her living room
Source: The Furniture of R.M. Schindler by Berns/Gebhard

Charles Wolfe
Source: The Furniture of R.M. Schindler by Berns/Gebhard

The demise of the Wolfe house was a long and sad saga. David Leclerc recounts his experience with the house from 1996 to 2001, here.. The house was condemned by that time and was being used by squatters and such. The custom Schindler furniture was piled up in front of the house.  According to the description in the Bonhams catalog, the lamp was acquired from the Wolfe House (basically a dumpster dive).
Ultimately, someone bought the house and scraped the land to built a piece of junk that can be seen here.
Photo: LA Forum

The person who consigned all the Schindler lots lived in the Walker House from 1955 to 1984. Along with furniture from the house is a lot of photos from the former owner. 

Stool/table from The Walker House

Furniture from the Walker House

The table above, in the Walker House

Desk organizer from the Walker House

Walker House (1935-36)
Source: Schindler by David Gebhard

Walker House
Photo: Julius Shulman, Getty Research Institute

There is other stuff in the auction too, like Eames.

..and Prouve and Eames

Dan Johnson 

James Prestini


 Peter Shire

Wall of Natzler