Nine paintings by Edward Hopper, the artist credited with the paternity of American Realism. The cube includes one of his most picturesque and reproduced works of the oldest lighthouse in Maine, the Portland Head light as well as a rare Hopper landscape. Drug Store, whose theme, similar to the diner scene Night Hawks transmits urban American night.
A wonderful survey gift of Edward Hopper, one of America's best loved artists and sons. Included is a detailed storycard with the full image of each painting and detailed information about the artist and his individual works. Produced in collaboration with MFA Boston. If you like this imagery, you might like our title Winslow Homer: American Impressionist.