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State Fridge Magnets
- (fridge magnet) a wheel sucker, someone who does no work at the front.
- A refrigerator magnet is an ornament, often whimsical, attached to a small magnet which is used to post items such as shopping lists or report cards on a refrigerator, or which simply serves as decoration.
- Of, provided by, or concerned with the civil government of a country
- submit: put before; "I submit to you that the accused is guilty"
- express in words; "He said that he wanted to marry her"; "tell me what is bothering you"; "state your opinion"; "state your name"
- Used or done on ceremonial occasions; involving the ceremony associated with a head of state
- the territory occupied by one of the constituent administrative districts of a nation; "his state is in the deep south"
ILLINOIS State Quarter Mint Image 2.25" Fridge Magnet
This State Quarter Mint Image 2.25" Fridge Magnet makes a great gift for yourself or someone you know. This artwork can also be featured on some or all of the following products offered by Creative Clam: Pinback Buttons, Earrings, Key Chains, Pocket Mirrors, Bottle Openers, Hanging Ornaments, Zipper Pulls, Charms, T-Shirts and Patches. Custom orders welcome - let us design for you with no obligation to buy anything! ** ONLY CREATIVE CLAM IS AUTHORIZED TO SELL THIS AND ALL OTHER CREATIVE CLAM PRODUCTS - ALL OTHER SELLERS ARE OFFERING FAKE, LOW QUALITY KNOCK-OFFS - BUYER BEWARE **
Edward Hopper was born in 1882 and grew up in Nyack, a small town in New York State. He studied illustration for a short period, then painting at New York School of Art under legendary masters William Merritt Chase and Robert Henri. He visited Europe three times (from 1906 to 1907, in 1909 and 1910) and his experiences in Paris, above all, made a lasting mark on him: he remained a lifelong Francophile, even after settling permanently in New York in 1913.
Despite his imposing physical presence – he was six foot two – he was famous for his reserve, and very rarely wrote or spoke about his work. He died at the age of 84 and his work enjoyed the esteem of critics and the public throughout his career, despite the success of the up-and-coming avant-garde movements, Surrealism, Abstract Expressionism and Pop Art.
In 1948 the magazine “Look” named him one of America’s greatest artists; in 1950 the Whitney Museum dedicated an important retrospective to him, and in 1956 he appeared on the cover of “Time”.
In 1967, the year of his death, he represented the United States at the prestigious Bienal di Sao Paulo.
Since then Hopper’s work has been celebrated in numerous exhibitions and has inspired countless painters, poets and filmmakers. In a 1995 essay the great novelist John Updike paid an eloquent tribute to his “calm, silent, stoic, luminous, classic” works.
March10 (69/365) - I Collect Magnets
I like to travel. I have been living in the USA for about almost 11 years now. I have been to 10 states so far. I plan to travel all 50 states by age of 50 if God permits.
Every time I go to a new state or country I like to get a magnet as a memory. I like unique magnet. Those are hard to find and expensive.
Some of the magnets
that you see there I got them as a gift ... others are not even about traveling but they made it fridge
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