SOLD. "Gross, Kelly & Company Warehouse" Acrylic on Canvas, 12"x16". It is essentially "Santa Fe." In 1913 Gross, Kelly and Company, one of the Southwest's largest wholesalers, opened a Santa Fe branch and erected this warehouse in the Santa Fe railroad yards. The building was the first commercial structure of its type in the Spanish Pueblo Revival style in New Mexico. It was one of the first buildings designed in that style by architect Isaac Hamilton Rapp and served as an important early example of the practical possibility of adapting the pre-American regional style to contemporary commercial use.
You can find this building at 530 South Guadalupe Street, in Santa Fe, New Mexico. It's one of my favorites and is steps away from their weekly Farmer's Market.
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