About the Artist
Edward Hopper was one of the foremost American realists of the 20th century. In etchings, watercolors, and oil paintings, he portrayed ordinary places—drugstores, apartment houses, and small towns. Both commonplace and mysterious, these haunting images led many to praise him as the most American of painters.
Take home this National Gallery of Art souvenir mug, featuring Edward Hopper's iconic Ground Swell (1939) from the Gallery's Corcoran Collection. The quotation reads "If you could say it in words there would be no reason to paint."
- 11 ounces
- Microwave and dishwasher safe
- Handwashing recommended
- Printed in the USA