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Biography Childhood. Edward Hopper was born into a comfortable, middle-class family in Nyack, New York, in 1882. His parents introduced Edward, and his older sister Marion, to the arts early in life; they attended the theatre, concerts and other cultural events, and visited museums.
Hopper's The Balcony Edward Hopper loved the movies and he reflected that love in many of his works. When Hopper was not in the mood to paint, he would frequently binge on going to the movies where he would sometimes find inspiration. However, unlike most people, for Hopper, movie going was not a communal experience. Instead,…
Closely Looking at Edward Hopper's "Early Sunday Morning" at the Whitney Museum of American Art + Japanese Salad Dressing "Early Sunday Morning" by American Artist Edward Hopper ... Hopper's paintings are loved by many and have been reproduced over and over again in art books and articles. He seems to capture something deeply-rooted in the ...
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Edward Hopper (July 22, 1882 – May 15, 1967) was an American realist painter and printmaker.While he is best known for his oil paintings, he was equally proficient as a watercolorist and printmaker in etching.Both in his urban and rural scenes, his spare and finely calculated renderings reflected his personal vision of modern American life.
Over Thanksgiving I returned to Nyack, NY the town where Hopper was born and lived until he was nearly 30. The area around the Hopper family home (now the Edward Hopper House Art Center) is nestled along the banks of the Hudson River. Below is a house that particularly caught young Hopper's eye.
Edward Hopper (1882 – 1967) is considered by many as the painter with the cinematic eye. Born and raised in a bourgeois New York neighborhood, the painter took an early interest in depicting American Life. Starting with early black and white etchings and finishing with paintings that took a ...
Jo Hopper’s letter to Lila Harnett was not the first time that she referred to Edward’s paintings as the Hoppers’ children. In the summer of 1930, when the Hoppers visited their friends Edward and Grace Root at Hamilton College , in upstate New York, Jo was pleased to see Edward’s watercolors on the walls of some of the homes they visited.
For me, those like myself, those who have no understanding of a particular artist and people needing to understand the joy of pursuing your passion, Edward Hopper Paints His World (Christy Ottaviano Books, Henry Holt and Company) written by Robert Burleigh with paintings by Wendell Minor is an unexpected gift.