By Edward Hopper

~ By Edward Hopper ~ 

Edward Hopper (1882-1967) reflected his personal vision of modern American life in his paintings. He paid particular attention to geometrical design and the careful placement of human figures in proper balance to their environment. He was a master of using light and shadow to create mood.

Hotel by a Railroad
Hotel by a Railroad
Chop Suey
Chop Suey
City Roofs
City Roofs
Cyclist
Cyclist
Compartment Car
Compartment Car
Nighthawks
Nighthawks
Room in New York
Room in New York
Summer Evening
Summer Evening
The Circle Theatre
The Circle Theatre
Cape Cod Evening
Cape Cod Evening

 

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