Marika Letrero ("Marika Sign"), 1959 - Restoration Hardware
  • Las Florcitas Letrero ("The Little Flowers Sign"), 1951
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    Argentina's most famous blacksmith, José Thenée won international acclaim in the 1920s and 1930s for his works in metal. Throughout his life, he created hundreds of detailed schematics for items such as lighting, hardware and architectural adornments. Today, these drawings from his studio offer glimpses into the extraordinary, inspired mind of this master craftsman – and stand on their own as compelling, coveted works of art. Charcoal and ink drawings on paper are one-of-a-kind originals from the studio of José Thenée. All frames have a dark walnut finish and UV-protective Plexiglas® to help preserve the artwork. Drawings smaller than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide, ivory-hued archival mat, a 1½"-wide wooden frame, and a D-ring and wire for mounting. Drawings larger than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide ivory-hued fabric mat, a 2½"-wide wooden frame, and 2 D-rings for mounting.
  • A. Perez-Cato Letrero ("A. Perez-Canto Sign"), 1945
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    Argentina's most famous blacksmith, José Thenée won international acclaim in the 1920s and 1930s for his works in metal. Throughout his life, he created hundreds of detailed schematics for items such as lighting, hardware and architectural adornments. Today, these drawings from his studio offer glimpses into the extraordinary, inspired mind of this master craftsman – and stand on their own as compelling, coveted works of art. Charcoal and ink drawings on paper are one-of-a-kind originals from the studio of José Thenée. All frames have a dark walnut finish and UV-protective Plexiglas® to help preserve the artwork. Drawings smaller than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide, ivory-hued archival mat, a 1½"-wide wooden frame, and a D-ring and wire for mounting. Drawings larger than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide ivory-hued fabric mat, a 2½"-wide wooden frame, and 2 D-rings for mounting.
  • Yuriko Letrero ("Yuriko Sign"), 1958
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    Argentina's most famous blacksmith, José Thenée won international acclaim in the 1920s and 1930s for his works in metal. Throughout his life, he created hundreds of detailed schematics for items such as lighting, hardware and architectural adornments. Today, these drawings from his studio offer glimpses into the extraordinary, inspired mind of this master craftsman – and stand on their own as compelling, coveted works of art. Charcoal and ink drawings on paper are one-of-a-kind originals from the studio of José Thenée. All frames have a dark walnut finish and UV-protective Plexiglas® to help preserve the artwork. Drawings smaller than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide, ivory-hued archival mat, a 1½"-wide wooden frame, and a D-ring and wire for mounting. Drawings larger than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide ivory-hued fabric mat, a 2½"-wide wooden frame, and 2 D-rings for mounting.
  • Pilares para Farol ("Pillars for Lantern"), 1935
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    Argentina's most famous blacksmith, José Thenée won international acclaim in the 1920s and 1930s for his works in metal. Throughout his life, he created hundreds of detailed schematics for items such as lighting, hardware and architectural adornments. Today, these drawings from his studio offer glimpses into the extraordinary, inspired mind of this master craftsman – and stand on their own as compelling, coveted works of art. Charcoal and ink drawings on paper are one-of-a-kind originals from the studio of José Thenée. All frames have a dark walnut finish and UV-protective Plexiglas® to help preserve the artwork. Drawings smaller than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide, ivory-hued archival mat, a 1½"-wide wooden frame, and a D-ring and wire for mounting. Drawings larger than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide ivory-hued fabric mat, a 2½"-wide wooden frame, and 2 D-rings for mounting.
  • Herramientas ("Tools"), 1927
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    Argentina's most famous blacksmith, José Thenée won international acclaim in the 1920s and 1930s for his works in metal. Throughout his life, he created hundreds of detailed schematics for items such as lighting, hardware and architectural adornments. Today, these drawings from his studio offer glimpses into the extraordinary, inspired mind of this master craftsman – and stand on their own as compelling, coveted works of art. Charcoal and ink drawings on paper are one-of-a-kind originals from the studio of José Thenée. All frames have a dark walnut finish and UV-protective Plexiglas® to help preserve the artwork. Drawings smaller than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide, ivory-hued archival mat, a 1½"-wide wooden frame, and a D-ring and wire for mounting. Drawings larger than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide ivory-hued fabric mat, a 2½"-wide wooden frame, and 2 D-rings for mounting.
  • Farol con Brazo ("Lantern with Arm"), 1934
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    Argentina's most famous blacksmith, José Thenée won international acclaim in the 1920s and 1930s for his works in metal. Throughout his life, he created hundreds of detailed schematics for items such as lighting, hardware and architectural adornments. Today, these drawings from his studio offer glimpses into the extraordinary, inspired mind of this master craftsman – and stand on their own as compelling, coveted works of art. Charcoal and ink drawings on paper are one-of-a-kind originals from the studio of José Thenée. All frames have a dark walnut finish and UV-protective Plexiglas® to help preserve the artwork. Drawings smaller than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide, ivory-hued archival mat, a 1½"-wide wooden frame, and a D-ring and wire for mounting. Drawings larger than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide ivory-hued fabric mat, a 2½"-wide wooden frame, and 2 D-rings for mounting.
  • Aubazine II
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    Cubism meets origami in striking prints by contemporary artist Rob Delamater. Inspired by the medieval architecture of Aubazine Abbey, Delamater combines antique paper collage, printmaking and painting to explore its geometric forms. He discovered Aubazine while reading Coco Chanel's biography; the fashion icon spent her childhood as an orphan at the French abbey, an experience that later influenced her design work. Prints are inspired by the 12th-century Cistercian Aubazine Abbey in Corrèze, France. Series consists of three different prints. Printed on fine art cold-press paper. Painted black wood frame.
  • Araña ("Chandelier"), 1939
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    Argentina's most famous blacksmith, José Thenée won international acclaim in the 1920s and 1930s for his works in metal. Throughout his life, he created hundreds of detailed schematics for items such as lighting, hardware and architectural adornments. Today, these drawings from his studio offer glimpses into the extraordinary, inspired mind of this master craftsman – and stand on their own as compelling, coveted works of art. Charcoal and ink drawings on paper are one-of-a-kind originals from the studio of José Thenée. All frames have a dark walnut finish and UV-protective Plexiglas® to help preserve the artwork. Drawings smaller than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide, ivory-hued archival mat, a 1½"-wide wooden frame, and a D-ring and wire for mounting. Drawings larger than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide ivory-hued fabric mat, a 2½"-wide wooden frame, and 2 D-rings for mounting.
  • Aubazine I
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    Cubism meets origami in striking prints by contemporary artist Rob Delamater. Inspired by the medieval architecture of Aubazine Abbey, Delamater combines antique paper collage, printmaking and painting to explore its geometric forms. He discovered Aubazine while reading Coco Chanel's biography; the fashion icon spent her childhood as an orphan at the French abbey, an experience that later influenced her design work. Prints are inspired by the 12th-century Cistercian Aubazine Abbey in Corrèze, France. Series consists of three different prints. Printed on fine art cold-press paper. Painted black wood frame.
  • Brazo ("Arm"), 1920
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    Argentina's most famous blacksmith, José Thenée won international acclaim in the 1920s and 1930s for his works in metal. Throughout his life, he created hundreds of detailed schematics for items such as lighting, hardware and architectural adornments. Today, these drawings from his studio offer glimpses into the extraordinary, inspired mind of this master craftsman – and stand on their own as compelling, coveted works of art. Charcoal and ink drawings on paper are one-of-a-kind originals from the studio of José Thenée. All frames have a dark walnut finish and UV-protective Plexiglas® to help preserve the artwork. Drawings smaller than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide, ivory-hued archival mat, a 1½"-wide wooden frame, and a D-ring and wire for mounting. Drawings larger than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide ivory-hued fabric mat, a 2½"-wide wooden frame, and 2 D-rings for mounting.
  • Aubazine IV
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    Cubism meets origami in striking prints by contemporary artist Rob Delamater. Inspired by the medieval architecture of Aubazine Abbey, Delamater combines antique paper collage, printmaking and painting to explore its geometric forms. He discovered Aubazine while reading Coco Chanel's biography; the fashion icon spent her childhood as an orphan at the French abbey, an experience that later influenced her design work. Prints are inspired by the 12th-century Cistercian Aubazine Abbey in Corrèze, France. Series consists of three different prints. Printed on fine art cold-press paper. Painted black wood frame.
  • Banqueta ("Stool"), 1942
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    Argentina's most famous blacksmith, José Thenée won international acclaim in the 1920s and 1930s for his works in metal. Throughout his life, he created hundreds of detailed schematics for items such as lighting, hardware and architectural adornments. Today, these drawings from his studio offer glimpses into the extraordinary, inspired mind of this master craftsman – and stand on their own as compelling, coveted works of art. Charcoal and ink drawings on paper are one-of-a-kind originals from the studio of José Thenée. All frames have a dark walnut finish and UV-protective Plexiglas® to help preserve the artwork. Drawings smaller than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide, ivory-hued archival mat, a 1½"-wide wooden frame, and a D-ring and wire for mounting. Drawings larger than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide ivory-hued fabric mat, a 2½"-wide wooden frame, and 2 D-rings for mounting.
  • 3 Arañas para Modificar ("3 Chandeliers for Modification"), 1952
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    Argentina's most famous blacksmith, José Thenée won international acclaim in the 1920s and 1930s for his works in metal. Throughout his life, he created hundreds of detailed schematics for items such as lighting, hardware and architectural adornments. Today, these drawings from his studio offer glimpses into the extraordinary, inspired mind of this master craftsman – and stand on their own as compelling, coveted works of art. Charcoal and ink drawings on paper are one-of-a-kind originals from the studio of José Thenée. All frames have a dark walnut finish and UV-protective Plexiglas® to help preserve the artwork. Drawings smaller than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide, ivory-hued archival mat, a 1½"-wide wooden frame, and a D-ring and wire for mounting. Drawings larger than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide ivory-hued fabric mat, a 2½"-wide wooden frame, and 2 D-rings for mounting.
  • Aplique ("Sconce"), 1930
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    Argentina's most famous blacksmith, José Thenée won international acclaim in the 1920s and 1930s for his works in metal. Throughout his life, he created hundreds of detailed schematics for items such as lighting, hardware and architectural adornments. Today, these drawings from his studio offer glimpses into the extraordinary, inspired mind of this master craftsman – and stand on their own as compelling, coveted works of art. Charcoal and ink drawings on paper are one-of-a-kind originals from the studio of José Thenée. All frames have a dark walnut finish and UV-protective Plexiglas® to help preserve the artwork. Drawings smaller than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide, ivory-hued archival mat, a 1½"-wide wooden frame, and a D-ring and wire for mounting. Drawings larger than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide ivory-hued fabric mat, a 2½"-wide wooden frame, and 2 D-rings for mounting.
  • Mesa ("Table")
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    Argentina's most famous blacksmith, José Thenée won international acclaim in the 1920s and 1930s for his works in metal. Throughout his life, he created hundreds of detailed schematics for items such as lighting, hardware and architectural adornments. Today, these drawings from his studio offer glimpses into the extraordinary, inspired mind of this master craftsman – and stand on their own as compelling, coveted works of art. Charcoal and ink drawings on paper are one-of-a-kind originals from the studio of José Thenée. All frames have a dark walnut finish and UV-protective Plexiglas® to help preserve the artwork. Drawings smaller than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide, ivory-hued archival mat, a 1½"-wide wooden frame, and a D-ring and wire for mounting. Drawings larger than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide ivory-hued fabric mat, a 2½"-wide wooden frame, and 2 D-rings for mounting.
  • Letras ("Letters")
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    Argentina's most famous blacksmith, José Thenée won international acclaim in the 1920s and 1930s for his works in metal. Throughout his life, he created hundreds of detailed schematics for items such as lighting, hardware and architectural adornments. Today, these drawings from his studio offer glimpses into the extraordinary, inspired mind of this master craftsman – and stand on their own as compelling, coveted works of art. Charcoal and ink drawings on paper are one-of-a-kind originals from the studio of José Thenée. All frames have a dark walnut finish and UV-protective Plexiglas® to help preserve the artwork. Drawings smaller than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide, ivory-hued archival mat, a 1½"-wide wooden frame, and a D-ring and wire for mounting. Drawings larger than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide ivory-hued fabric mat, a 2½"-wide wooden frame, and 2 D-rings for mounting.
  • Araña ("Chandelier"), 1939
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    Argentina's most famous blacksmith, José Thenée won international acclaim in the 1920s and 1930s for his works in metal. Throughout his life, he created hundreds of detailed schematics for items such as lighting, hardware and architectural adornments. Today, these drawings from his studio offer glimpses into the extraordinary, inspired mind of this master craftsman – and stand on their own as compelling, coveted works of art. Charcoal and ink drawings on paper are one-of-a-kind originals from the studio of José Thenée. All frames have a dark walnut finish and UV-protective Plexiglas® to help preserve the artwork. Drawings smaller than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide, ivory-hued archival mat, a 1½"-wide wooden frame, and a D-ring and wire for mounting. Drawings larger than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide ivory-hued fabric mat, a 2½"-wide wooden frame, and 2 D-rings for mounting.
  • Araña ("Chandelier"), 1943
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    Argentina's most famous blacksmith, José Thenée won international acclaim in the 1920s and 1930s for his works in metal. Throughout his life, he created hundreds of detailed schematics for items such as lighting, hardware and architectural adornments. Today, these drawings from his studio offer glimpses into the extraordinary, inspired mind of this master craftsman – and stand on their own as compelling, coveted works of art. Charcoal and ink drawings on paper are one-of-a-kind originals from the studio of José Thenée. All frames have a dark walnut finish and UV-protective Plexiglas® to help preserve the artwork. Drawings smaller than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide, ivory-hued archival mat, a 1½"-wide wooden frame, and a D-ring and wire for mounting. Drawings larger than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide ivory-hued fabric mat, a 2½"-wide wooden frame, and 2 D-rings for mounting.
  • Rejilla ("Grill"), 1927
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    Argentina's most famous blacksmith, José Thenée won international acclaim in the 1920s and 1930s for his works in metal. Throughout his life, he created hundreds of detailed schematics for items such as lighting, hardware and architectural adornments. Today, these drawings from his studio offer glimpses into the extraordinary, inspired mind of this master craftsman – and stand on their own as compelling, coveted works of art. Charcoal and ink drawings on paper are one-of-a-kind originals from the studio of José Thenée. All frames have a dark walnut finish and UV-protective Plexiglas® to help preserve the artwork. Drawings smaller than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide, ivory-hued archival mat, a 1½"-wide wooden frame, and a D-ring and wire for mounting. Drawings larger than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide ivory-hued fabric mat, a 2½"-wide wooden frame, and 2 D-rings for mounting.
  • Velon ("Candle Holder"), 1930
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    Argentina's most famous blacksmith, José Thenée won international acclaim in the 1920s and 1930s for his works in metal. Throughout his life, he created hundreds of detailed schematics for items such as lighting, hardware and architectural adornments. Today, these drawings from his studio offer glimpses into the extraordinary, inspired mind of this master craftsman – and stand on their own as compelling, coveted works of art. Charcoal and ink drawings on paper are one-of-a-kind originals from the studio of José Thenée. All frames have a dark walnut finish and UV-protective Plexiglas® to help preserve the artwork. Drawings smaller than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide, ivory-hued archival mat, a 1½"-wide wooden frame, and a D-ring and wire for mounting. Drawings larger than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide ivory-hued fabric mat, a 2½"-wide wooden frame, and 2 D-rings for mounting.
  • Farol con Brazo ("Lantern with Arm"), 1935
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    Argentina's most famous blacksmith, José Thenée won international acclaim in the 1920s and 1930s for his works in metal. Throughout his life, he created hundreds of detailed schematics for items such as lighting, hardware and architectural adornments. Today, these drawings from his studio offer glimpses into the extraordinary, inspired mind of this master craftsman – and stand on their own as compelling, coveted works of art. Charcoal and ink drawings on paper are one-of-a-kind originals from the studio of José Thenée. All frames have a dark walnut finish and UV-protective Plexiglas® to help preserve the artwork. Drawings smaller than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide, ivory-hued archival mat, a 1½"-wide wooden frame, and a D-ring and wire for mounting. Drawings larger than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide ivory-hued fabric mat, a 2½"-wide wooden frame, and 2 D-rings for mounting.
  • Marco ("Frame"), 1931
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    Argentina's most famous blacksmith, José Thenée won international acclaim in the 1920s and 1930s for his works in metal. Throughout his life, he created hundreds of detailed schematics for items such as lighting, hardware and architectural adornments. Today, these drawings from his studio offer glimpses into the extraordinary, inspired mind of this master craftsman – and stand on their own as compelling, coveted works of art. Charcoal and ink drawings on paper are one-of-a-kind originals from the studio of José Thenée. All frames have a dark walnut finish and UV-protective Plexiglas® to help preserve the artwork. Drawings smaller than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide, ivory-hued archival mat, a 1½"-wide wooden frame, and a D-ring and wire for mounting. Drawings larger than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide ivory-hued fabric mat, a 2½"-wide wooden frame, and 2 D-rings for mounting.
  • Parrilla ("Grill"), 1936
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    Argentina's most famous blacksmith, José Thenée won international acclaim in the 1920s and 1930s for his works in metal. Throughout his life, he created hundreds of detailed schematics for items such as lighting, hardware and architectural adornments. Today, these drawings from his studio offer glimpses into the extraordinary, inspired mind of this master craftsman – and stand on their own as compelling, coveted works of art. Charcoal and ink drawings on paper are one-of-a-kind originals from the studio of José Thenée. All frames have a dark walnut finish and UV-protective Plexiglas® to help preserve the artwork. Drawings smaller than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide, ivory-hued archival mat, a 1½"-wide wooden frame, and a D-ring and wire for mounting. Drawings larger than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide ivory-hued fabric mat, a 2½"-wide wooden frame, and 2 D-rings for mounting.
  • Araña ("Chandelier"), 1950
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    Argentina's most famous blacksmith, José Thenée won international acclaim in the 1920s and 1930s for his works in metal. Throughout his life, he created hundreds of detailed schematics for items such as lighting, hardware and architectural adornments. Today, these drawings from his studio offer glimpses into the extraordinary, inspired mind of this master craftsman – and stand on their own as compelling, coveted works of art. Charcoal and ink drawings on paper are one-of-a-kind originals from the studio of José Thenée. All frames have a dark walnut finish and UV-protective Plexiglas® to help preserve the artwork. Drawings smaller than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide, ivory-hued archival mat, a 1½"-wide wooden frame, and a D-ring and wire for mounting. Drawings larger than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide ivory-hued fabric mat, a 2½"-wide wooden frame, and 2 D-rings for mounting.
  • Baranda ("Banister"), 1940
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    Argentina's most famous blacksmith, José Thenée won international acclaim in the 1920s and 1930s for his works in metal. Throughout his life, he created hundreds of detailed schematics for items such as lighting, hardware and architectural adornments. Today, these drawings from his studio offer glimpses into the extraordinary, inspired mind of this master craftsman – and stand on their own as compelling, coveted works of art. Charcoal and ink drawings on paper are one-of-a-kind originals from the studio of José Thenée. All frames have a dark walnut finish and UV-protective Plexiglas® to help preserve the artwork. Drawings smaller than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide, ivory-hued archival mat, a 1½"-wide wooden frame, and a D-ring and wire for mounting. Drawings larger than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide ivory-hued fabric mat, a 2½"-wide wooden frame, and 2 D-rings for mounting.
  • Techo para Santo ("Roof for Saint"), 1926
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    Argentina's most famous blacksmith, José Thenée won international acclaim in the 1920s and 1930s for his works in metal. Throughout his life, he created hundreds of detailed schematics for items such as lighting, hardware and architectural adornments. Today, these drawings from his studio offer glimpses into the extraordinary, inspired mind of this master craftsman – and stand on their own as compelling, coveted works of art. Charcoal and ink drawings on paper are one-of-a-kind originals from the studio of José Thenée. All frames have a dark walnut finish and UV-protective Plexiglas® to help preserve the artwork. Drawings smaller than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide, ivory-hued archival mat, a 1½"-wide wooden frame, and a D-ring and wire for mounting. Drawings larger than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide ivory-hued fabric mat, a 2½"-wide wooden frame, and 2 D-rings for mounting.
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