Cod by the Sea (frameable art cod)

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Cod by the Sea (frameable art cod)

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Handmade item

Materials

codfish, room, furniture, ocean, pigment ink, paper

“Cod by the Sea” is based Edward Hopper’s surrealistic “Rooms by the Sea.” This is part of a series I call “Hopper Cods” that are derived from paintings by Edward Hopper.

In 1930, the Hoppers rented a cottage on Cape Cod in South Truro, Massachusetts. They returned to South Truro every summer for the rest of their lives, building their summer house there in 1934.

This image is printed on heavy uncoated stock with pigment inks and is suitable for framing. The card measures 7 x 5 inches and there is a 3/8” white border around the image. The inside of the cod is blank for writing. As with all Cape Card cods, an envelope is included, and the card is packaged in a clear cello sleeve.

Copyright © 2017 by Andrew Newman for Cape Card®. All rights reserved.
Digital watermark will not appear on printed card.

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We will exchange items that are damaged on receipt of damaged goods. If item is not delivered within 2 weeks in US, we will resend.

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All images registered with the US Library of Congress. Images copyright © by Andrew Newman. All rights reserved. Images shown on Etsy are digitally watermarked by Digimarc. The actual cards and prints do not have the watermark.