18 december 2019

Edward Hopper #9

(bron en foto: Alan Claude)

Edward Hopper's summer home and studio, Truro, Cape Cod, New England. (bron: hiveminer)

"Edward Hopper, generally considered the greatest American realist painter of the twentieth century, was in a sense a Truro artist, usually spending at least four months a year in Truro from 1930 to his death in 1967. Truro was more than a vacation spot for the Hoppers: using an inheritance Jo received, the Hoppers bought a property in 1933 on a bluff over Fisher Beach and Edward designed a house and studio where he produced about a third of all his work from then on."
(bron: Truro Historical Society)

Edward Hopper: Jo Sketching in the Truro House, 1934-1938. (collectie: Whitney Museum of American Art)

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