Emerson Literary Poster

Evan Robertson’s impressionistic print reflects on the quiet wisdom of Ralph Waldo Emerson.
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Evan Robertson

$24.00

created by

Evan Robertson

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Emersonian Epigram

"Adopt the pace of nature: her secret is patience." Evan Robertson’s impressionistic print reflects on the quiet wisdom of this observation by Ralph Waldo Emerson. The print evokes the awesome stillness and wonder of the woods, where a tree-topped hill is also a buck hiding in plain sight. The original design rendered in archival ink on premium archival paper is a thoughtful find for the literary-minded and devotees of slow living. Designed in New York; printed in Pennsylvania.

Evan Robertson is a New York City-based designer who draws inspiration for original artwork from language and literature. Having studied literature and art history at Yale University, he's a word lover who makes things for fellow word lovers. All of his prints are meticulously crafted in the USA using the finest papers and materials.

Made in the USA
Made from
archival paper, archival ink
Measurements
19" H x 13" W
Notes
Print arrives rolled in tube.
Item ID
40632

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