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Chop Suey

by EDWARD HOPPER

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American realist painter Edward Hopper created this mesmerising scene Chop Suey in 1929. Chop Suey features two, new age female patrons sitting at a second floor Chinese restaurant that the Hooper family frequented in Columbus Circle, Manhattan, New York. The enveloping colour palette and hypnotic shifting light are the immediate features that draw in the viewer of this piece, and on closer inspection Hopper is showcasing the shifting role in the American female workforce, with the woman in emerald green holding the focal point of this artwork. Hopper's ability to create a fleeting glimpse of modern day America with this piece attests to his masterful collaboration of a relatable scene, rhythmic colour palette and realistic moment in American history. Chop Suey is a captivating reproduction worthy of a special place in a contemporary or vintage inspired interior decor.

This art print is printed on premium museum grade paper and is paired with archival inks for a superior finish.

- Acid and lignin free, 325gsm heavy weighted paper

High performing archival inks for precise colour contrast and vivid colour

100% cotton rag with a natural white, enhanced matte finish

Sharp image resolution and fade resistant colour pigments

Printing on this archival paper using our high calibre archival inks results in a stunning art print that is unrivalled in quality and price.

If you choose to frame your art with us - feel safe in the knowledge that we collaborate with an expert framer, who delivers quality custom frames and has been in the framing business for over 20 years.

You will find that our framing costs are more reasonable than your local framer, due to our business being purely online. 

Being online means we have lower overheads than a typical art and framing business which provides us the opportunity to pass those savings onto you, without losing any of the quality or craftsmanship of an experienced framer. All of our frames are custom made using sustainably sourced wood and we use glass not perspex in our frames.

We also offer three popular finishes of black, white and natural timber. All of our frames have a smooth, matte finish and have a solid structure with classic design elements that do not disappoint. You will find that a large amount of our art is encompassed by an approx. 5cm white border around the main image. We have done this to minimise additional costs associated with mat boards, which we do not supply as part of our framing process.
 
Once you have placed your order, your frame will take on average between 7 - 10 business days to make and 24hrs to securely pack and get ready to ship to your desired destination.

Framed Art Prints

All framed art prints are made to order and this takes on average between 7 - 10 business days to complete.

Once your art prints are framed, they will typically be shipped within 24hrs.

Unframed Art Prints 

All unframed art prints are shipped within 24hrs to 48hrs after your order has been placed.

If your order is placed after midday Friday, your order will be shipped on the following Monday. 

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All orders receive free tracking and we will update you via email or text message during each stage of the shipping process.

- Free shipping for all orders over $150 in value

- Flat rate shipping of $8 for all orders under $150 in value 

Shipping delivery times are between 2 - 4 days and if you live rurally you will need to add an additional 1 - 2 days.

We provide tracking for every art print that is shipped and you can track your order day and night on the NZ Post website here; 

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All orders are insured from the moment they leave our studio all the way to your doorstep, feel safe knowing we've got you covered.

 

We expertly print and frame our art prints right here in New Zealand. We hold ourselves to the highest standards when producing our art and we value the craftsmanship behind our products. Together, our team, continuously strive to provide you the best possible experience when shopping with us. 

Being a New Zealand owned business comes with some great perks,

- We offer our customers fast delivery times

- Flat rate shipping and free shipping options

- An easy and efficient returns process

- Our free calling 0800 number

- Our 100% satisfaction guarantee 

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Museum Quality Paper

We expertly print all of our artwork on premium museum grade paper that is acid and lignin free. Our heavy weighted 325gsm paper is 100% cotton rag with a luxurious natural white, textured, matte finish.

Custom Made Frames

All of our frames are custom made using glass and sustainably sourced wood with a selection of popular colours that have a smooth, matte finish that exudes classic design elements that do not disappoint and arrive to you ready to hang.

Archival Inks

With quality in mind we pair our museum quality paper with fade resistant archival inks to create museum quality art prints, with sharp image resolution and vivid colour pigments for a superior finish.

The Artist

EDWARD HOPPER

EDWARD HOPPER

Edward Hopper (1882 - 1967) was a celebrated American realist painter and printmaker.  While he is widely known for his oil paintings, he was equally proficient as a watercolorist and printmaker in etching.

No other artist at the time, managed to capture the solitude within the modern city like Edward Hopper. The ‘artist of empty spaces’ offers a look at life of Americans during World War I. Hopper depicted the spirit of the time very subtly, showing it in the poses of characters, in the vast empty spaces around them and also in his harmonious colour palettes of the era.

Hopper's influence on the art world and pop culture is undeniable, most notably his most recognisable 'Nighthawks' painting being referred to in movies, television, music and literature, still to this day.


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