Edward Hopper, was an eminent American painter who was well known for his Diner scene artwork named “Nighthawks”. Edward was a qualified illustrator and he had experience in the field of engraving and marketing. Edward admired the style taught at “Aschan School” based on which he carried out several artworks which depicts a sense of solitude.
Edward Hopper was born on 22nd July 1882 at Upper Nyack, New York. His family members had a pronounced gratitude on art work and they encouraged Edward Hopper to pursue art as his career. Edward had his art education at New York School of Art during the year 1900 to 1906. During his school days, he emerged as a fine artist from an illustrator. After his schooling, he got shifted to Paris, the famous city for enlargement of modern art. At Paris, Edward got impressed with the art impressionism style and the famous impressionists such as Paul Cezanne, Claude Monet, and Edouard Manet.
Edward Hopper received an invitation during his age of 37, for showcasing his artworks in a one man exhibit. He approved the exhibit to show 16 painting works crafted by him at Whitney Club. His second one man exhibit was carried out at Frank KM Rehn Gallery. The second exhibit had turned out to be a great success than the first one. Museum of Modern Art had procured the famous paint work, “House by the Railroad” crafted by Edward.
Edward died at his age of 84 on 15th May 1967.
Nighthawks, Room in Brooklyn, Model Reading, Automat and New York Movie are some of his notable work. GFMPainting is the one spot gallery shop where one can order for 100 % handmade oil painting / canvas art based on Edward Hopper’s paintings.
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