2019 Edward Hopper Wall Calendar

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.

2019 Edward Hopper Wall Calendar

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This 2019 wall calendar includes 12 works by American artist Edward Hopper, including several from the National Gallery of Art collection: Haskell's House (1924), Cape Cod Evening (1939), and Ground Swell (1939). Born and raised in New York, but spending nearly every summer of his prolific career in New England, Hopper produced a body of work representative of a dual residency—rich in rural landscapes and seascapes, as well as studies of city life. Filled with quiet and solitude, Hopper's paintings are often warmed by the sun: "I like long shadows and early and late sunlight. I am . . . trying to paint sunlight without eliminating the form under it, if I can." In this collection, the light that so fascinated the artist bathes New England land and sea and enters into indoor spaces with geometric intensity.

  • Wall calendar
  • 12 x 13 inches
  • 12 monthly grids and full-color artwork
  • Soy-based inks on FSC-certified paper

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