Hopper Drawing is a show at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York that pulls from a collection of over 2,500 drawings in the museum’s holdings, along with some of Hopper’s most iconic paintings, to examine both his process as a painter and his role as a draftsman.
Edward Hopper, Monhegan Houses, Maine, 1916-1919. Oil on panel, 9 x 13 in. (22.9 x 33 cm). Portland Museum of Art, Maine; Museum Purchase with support from the Bernstein Acquistion Fund, Board Designated Acquisition Funds, Director's and Curators' Hamill Acquisition Fund, Friends of the Collection, Homburger Acquistion Fund, Osher Acquisition Fund, and an Anonymous gift in memory of the Bears 2007.1