Edward Hopper

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Edward Hopper’s New York: exploring the artist’s relationship with the city
A new exhibition showcases more than 200 pictures from the ‘quintessential American realist’ that highlight a key connection between person and place

Veronica Esposito

25, Oct, 2022 @5:44 AM

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Hopper: An American Love Story review – frank tribute to the master painter
A documentary that pays loving attention to the artist’s most significant works doesn’t skirt around his spitefulness, particularly towards his wife

Andrew Pulver

17, Oct, 2022 @10:00 AM

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Artist of ‘loneliness’ Edward Hopper depended on his wife, says film-maker
Role of Josephine Nivison Hopper in US realist’s work has been overlooked, says director of forthcoming documentary about them

Harriet Sherwood Arts and culture correspondent

07, Oct, 2022 @11:29 AM

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From the archive: a major Edward Hopper retrospective in London, 1981
Fourteen years after the painter passed away, William Feaver assessed his lonely legacy. By Chris Hall

Chris Hall

12, Sep, 2021 @5:00 AM

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Fictional portrait of Jo and Edward Hopper wins Walter Scott prize
£25,000 award for the year’s best historical novel goes to Christine Dwyer Hickey’s The Narrow Land, which depicts the artists’ marriage

Alison Flood

12, Jun, 2020 @6:45 PM

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'We are all Edward Hopper paintings now': is he the artist of the coronavirus age?
With his deserted cityscapes and isolated figures, the US painter captured the loneliness and alienation of modern life. But the pandemic has given his work a terrifying new significance

Jonathan Jones

27, Mar, 2020 @4:43 PM

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'An exceptional sale': dazzling Rockefeller collection could fetch $1bn
Sprawling private collection of 1,600 of David Rockefeller’s items will go on auction at Christie’s – and could break records

Oliver Laughland in New York

04, May, 2018 @1:36 PM

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America’s Cool Modernism: O’Keeffe to Hopper review – a whole new story
From monumental skyscrapers to lonely grain silos, the jazz age to the Depression, these brooding American masterpieces are a revelation

Laura Cumming

01, Apr, 2018 @7:00 AM

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Edward Hopper’s Night Windows: evoking voyeurism and intrigue
The great American realist was a master at painting the cinematic language of drama, theatrics and fluidity

Skye Sherwin

02, Feb, 2018 @9:59 AM

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Sounds and the city: how Manhattan made the music of Edgard Varèse
With sirens and whistles, Varèse brought the noises of 1920s New York into the concert halls at a time when writers were transporting their readers to the streets

Philip Clark

06, May, 2017 @8:00 AM

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Dark arts: how night inspires great painters
Whether it’s the night terrors of Edvard Munch or the shadowy holy light of Dutch nativity scenes, northern European artists have long found their voice in the dark

Jonathan Jones

27, Sep, 2016 @12:17 PM

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The Lonely City by Olivia Laing review – Warhol, Hopper, Garbo and the art of loneliness
Memoir and scholarship combine in an original exploration of New York artists ‘troubled by loneliness’

James Lasdun

19, Mar, 2016 @9:00 AM

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