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American Locomotive (ALCO) ad, 1944. Caption: "What do you feed an iron horse?"

Edward Hopper, American Locomotive (ALCO) ad, Caption: "What do you feed an iron horse?

EDWARD HOPPER, 1948  FROM THE HEILBRUNN TIMELINE OF ART HISTORY:  "When Abbott arrived at Hopper’s studio on Washington Square North, she was intending to use some of his paintings as a background. Instead, Hopper’s wife suggested that she pose him in front of the bare, worn walls of the studio itself. In the resulting image, Hopper is an austere, angular figure. At the left stands a potbellied stove in front of a fireplace; at the right......." Photographed by BERENICE ABBOTT.

Edward Hopper, 1948 (photo by Berenice Abbott) was a prominent American realist painter and printmaker. While he was most popularly known for his oil paintings, he was equally proficient as a watercolorist and printmaker in etching.

Edward Hopper -- Cobb's Barns and Distant Houses -- 1930-33

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I've never been that enamoured by Hopper but I find this picture appealing.Cobbs Barns and Distant Houses, Edward Hopper, 1930

Corn Hill, by Edward Hopper. I love his use of light. Love this image. I wish I could live in it ;)

Edward Hopper Corn Hill Truro Cape Cod art painting for sale; Shop your favorite Edward Hopper Corn Hill Truro Cape Cod painting on canvas or frame at discount price.

an analysis of Geoffrey Bent's essay "Edward Hopper and the Geometry of Despair" highlighting how separated Geoffrey Bent was from his subjects

Room in New York Edward Hopper (American, Oil on canvas. Hopper’s Room in New York is a prime example of his “couple” paintings. A young couple.

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Here's the second installment of Emoji Nation by Ukrainian artist, Nastya Nudnik. As a tribute to Edward Hopper, Nudnik pairs ubiquitous Emoji and social media icons with Hopper's famous paintings. The result is quite amusing.

Mercury. Classic art deco design. Chicago 1936

Love of Trains and Steam Locomotives

Picture a lonely New York diner at night... Chances are you just imagined a  scene reminiscent of one of the most famous paintings of all time:  *Nighthaw...

Edward Hopper Early Sunday Morning, 1930 Oil on canvas 35 × 60 in × 153 cm) Whitney Museum of American Art

Matchbook Zeppelin | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

matchbook cover depicting art deco downtown with all the popular modes of transportation; a car, a train, a plane, and a zeppelin. Where can I get a print of this?

Folly Beach, Charleston, South Carolina / Edward Hopper / 1929 / Watercolor, gouache and charcoal on paper

Folly Beach in Charleston, South Carolina, Watercolor, gouache and charcoal on paper, 1929 ~ Edward Hopper

Edward Hopper - Sunday (1926)

Edward Hopper "Sunday" - ("To See as Artists See: American Art from The Phillips Collection" ~ Washington, DC, USA @ Tampa Museum of Art ~ Tampa, Florida, USA)

Edward Hopper

Edward Hopper - American realist painter Hopper is famous for capturing the mood and feel of the century in his paintings. From lonely diners and hotel rooms to houses on the shore, his paintings lend a vision of what life was like in those times.

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