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Happy Birthday America!

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In celebration of Independence Day we wanted to share with you some of our favorite art works inspired by the United States. Take a look at these works while you enjoy your Fourth of July festivities!

People in the Sun , by Edward Hopper, 1963

People in the Sun, by Edward Hopper, 1963

Edward Hopper was brilliant at realistic portrayals of American life.

I did it for science, or something,  by Christopher Mitchell, 2014

I did it for science, or something, by Christopher Mitchell, 2014

Christopher Mitchell is a UK based fine art photographer, whose object photographs play with patterns, lighting, and the relationship of the object to the space.

Video Flag Z , by Nam June Paik, 1986

Video Flag Z, by Nam June Paik, 1986

Nam June Paik's video flag consists of 84 television monitors of ever changing videos which represent the starts and stripes.

Three Flags , by Jasper Johns, 1958

Three Flags, by Jasper Johns, 1958

The three stacked canvases create an American flag that is jutting out at the viewer.

The Urgency, by Jacob Ciocci, 2014

Jacob Ciocci is a visual artist who focuses on media and culture in the United States.

So, thanks America for all the great art you have inspired. Happy 4th of July!