Edward Hopper's New England Boxed Note Assortment
Like many artists before and after him, Edward Hopper drew inspiration from the harbor imagery of the New England Summer. This set of 4 notecards brings together paintings from the collection of the Whitney that Hopper executed in Gloucester, Monhegan, and Ogunquit. Known for city tableaux of alienated urban-dwellers, in this series, the human subject is implied but not represented. We recognize the settings as key sites of New England summertime work and play, yet Hopper applies his singular spin, retaining the elegant, shadowy contours that remain his signature.
Twenty assorted 5 x 7 in. blank notecards (5 each of 4 designs) with envelopes
Printed on recycled paper