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Edward Hopper Calendar 2014 Calendar – 1 Jul 2013

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Calendar, 1 Jul 2013
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  • Calendar: 12 pages
  • Publisher: Pomegranate Communications Inc,US; Wal edition (1 July 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0764964968
  • ISBN-13: 978-0764964961
  • Product Dimensions: 0.6 x 31.8 x 33.7 cm
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 596,450 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Classic 6 Feb. 2014
By B. T. Eason - Published on
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Really fine prints of Hopper classics look great in office, den, family room, or kitchen. Good for those art lovers with an eye to the contemporary.
A catalyst for Thought and Feeling 21 Jan. 2014
By Ian Robertson - Published on
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The paintings of Edward Hopper evoke a sense of "time and place" and the emotion of the experience at that point.
always a favorite 21 Jan. 2014
By sr j cayer - Published on
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I buy one every year for a friend who is a Hopper fan. It's always high quality and has a good mix of photos.
I love this calendar 17 May 2014
By Mom - Published on
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I am going to use this calendar into 2015, that is how good it looks and feels on my face.
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Each month, a treat 7 Feb. 2014
By Richard A. Tucker - Published on
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From the selection to the reproduction quality this is a very nice calendar. The plates are not large but since it sits right next to my desk that's fine. The color quality is good enough to grab my attention routinely so that I can get lost in the images when I need to take a break from my work. Is it ironic that I'm an artist and illustrator taking a break to study another artist?
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