Edward Hopper  Inspiration classic is always simplistic at first glance, then you find the amazing with in

Edward Hopper Inspiration classic is always simplistic at first glance, then you find the amazing with in

Cubism Photography Landscapes | Want to see more? Check out all of my projects on the portfolio page

Cubism Photography Landscapes | Want to see more? Check out all of my projects on the portfolio page

"The Lighthouse at Two Lights" (1929)  Edward Hopper (1882–1967)  Oil on canvas  29 1/2 x 43 1/4 in. (74.9 x 109.9 cm)  Hugo Kastor Fund

"The Lighthouse at Two Lights" (1929) Edward Hopper (1882–1967) Oil on canvas 29 1/2 x 43 1/4 in. (74.9 x 109.9 cm) Hugo Kastor Fund

Hockney, The Road across the Wolds. 1997. Hockney reinventing himself as an English landscape artist. I love the way in which the ribbon of road articulates the shapes of the rolling hills.

David Hockney landscapes: The wold is not enough

Hockney, The Road across the Wolds. 1997. Hockney reinventing himself as an English landscape artist. I love the way in which the ribbon of road articulates the shapes of the rolling hills.


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Most people like Edward Hopper's Nighthawks best, but Automat is my personal favorite. A woman drinking coffee wearing just one glove in some bar at night. What an atmosphere Hopper created right here. Just great.

Most people like Edward Hopper's Nighthawks best, but Automat is my personal favorite. A woman drinking coffee wearing just one glove in some bar at night. What an atmosphere Hopper created right here. Just great.

Edward Hopper - 'House by the Railroad', 1925 by artimageslibrary, via Flickr

Edward Hopper - 'House by the Railroad', 1925 by artimageslibrary, via Flickr

David Hockney, The Arrival of Spring in Woldgate, East Yorkshire, 2011, a 52-part work included in David Hockney ‘A Bigger Picture Exhibition at The Royal Academy of Art through April 9, 2012.

David Hockney, The Arrival of Spring in Woldgate, East Yorkshire, 2011, a 52-part work included in David Hockney ‘A Bigger Picture Exhibition at The Royal Academy of Art through April 9, 2012.

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