'The Tenor'  


Pixel dimensions : 20965 x 12415 | Megapixels : 260
Location : Fair Park Dallas Texas USA

Description
Dallas Fair Park, Texas. Originally created by Lawrence Tenney Stevens in 1936 and recreated by David Newton in 2009. The Tenor was originally created for the 1936 Texas Centennial. The fate of the original statue remains a mystery.
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PURCHASING OPTIONS

Much larger sizes and Triptych configurations are available on all images. Please contact us for pricing and details.
We offer 4 different formats for purchase:

Framed Prints | HD Prints | Direct to Metal | Acrylic Face Mount | Photographic License

Framed Prints


'The Tenor' - 15"x40" Framed Print

 

Stunning, ultra high definition metallic print, signed by the artist and framed in a classic satin black gallery frame. The frame molding is 1.6 inch wide / 1.3 inch high giving a contemporary look. Additionally, acrylic is included to protect the print from UV.

$275.99



Framed Prints


'The Tenor' - 24"x36" Framed & Matted Print

 

Stunning, ultra high definition metallic print, signed by the artist and framed in a classic satin black gallery frame with a 4 inch white matt. The frame molding is 1.125 inch wide / 0.75 inch high giving a contemporary look. Additionally, acrylic is included to protect the print from UV.

$399.99