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Manhattan Bridge


Open Edition

Located not far from Hopper’s studio on Washington Square, where he settled in 1913, the Manhattan Bridge was a source of recurring inspiration for the artist, who painted three watercolors of, or from, the bridge including Manhattan Bridge, 1925–26. Edward Hopper’s painting of the monument carries with it all the hallmarks of this realist virtuoso’s off-piste interpretation of the world. Buildings seem somehow skewed, light and shadow play in a near-surreal manner, and the bridge itself is rendered at times in such little detail that it seems to be disappearing into an invisible mist.

Manhattan Bridge is rendered by THE SKATEROOM as part of an open edition skateboard collection, officially licensed with Artist Rights Society (ARS) and the Whitney Museum of American Art. 10% of all revenue from this collection goes towards funding the incredible Cuba Skate and their recycled-plastic skatepark project.

© 2022 Heirs of Josephine N. Hopper/Licensed by Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

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Edition Details

Each deck measures approx. 31x8in (80x20cm)
Made of 7 ply Grade A Canadian Maple wood
1 Easyfix wall mount included per deck

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Delivery Information

THE SKATEROOM makes art accessible to all by delivering WORLDWIDE from Belgium.

We ship express using our preferred courier, UPS. Delivery usually takes 3-5 days after shipping. You will also receive a tracking number to make it easier to follow your purchase. Please note that some non-EU countries do charge additional customs fees. We recommend you to check with your local authorities.

What types of editions are there?
  • Limited Edition: editions available in defined quantities, a fixed number that will determine the amount of skate decks that will ever be produced for an artwork. All limited editions come with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity. Some editions are also numbered on the top print — see product pictures. Once they’re gone, they’re gone.
  • Open Edition: these editions are not limited, which means that an indefinite number can be produced and restocked over the course of a set period. Newsletter subscribers get first updates on when that period is nearing an end.
  • Original Artwork: usually hand-made by the artist and unique, these artworks are the most exclusive pieces in each collection. Coming in varied sizes and textures, they are rare collectibles from the artist straight to your wall. 
  • Time Limited Edition: a timed release allows us to sell a skate art edition for a set period of time. Once the window ends, the release won't be available to buy anymore.
What's a COA?

CoA is short for certificate of authenticity. CoA’s are either signed by the artist or THE SKATEROOM in order to validate the editions. It is specificized on each product page if a CoA is provided with the edition.

Return Policy

You have up to 14 days after receiving your order to request a return. The 14-day return policy is applicable on all products except limited hand-signed editions.

Once you have informed us of your request, we will provide you with a return label so you can easily send us back the product in the same condition as when received, accompanied by the original packaging and documentation.