Tenor Art Print

by texaseagle

His name is Tenor, and he is accompanied by the lovely Contralto. At the State Fair of Texas, this grand statue towers once again over the waters of the esplanade - what a grand view! Tenor was created for the Centennial Exposition by Lawrence Tenney Stevens in 1936 . The nude was made of aluminum and probably melted down during World War II to help with war efforts.

David Newton recently re-created the statues as part of bringing back some of the missing history of Fair Park. Their installation was complete in late 2009.

8"x10" photographic art print, signed by the artist.
This listing is for 1 print only. Please indicate photo 1,2,3,4 or 5 when ordering. Or ask about a discount for multiple poses.

Larger or smaller sizes, including greeting card format available. Contact us for details.

The artist owns all rights to the artwork. The artwork may not be reproduced without the artist's written permission.
2009 "Texas Eagle Gallery"

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