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Cape Cod Evening, by Edward Hopper, 1939, American painting

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Edward Hopper

<p>Edward Hopper is best known for the iconic "Nighthawks," but there is much more to this American realist painter with a keen eye for isolation and narrative ambiguity. Edward Hopper wall art is an opportunity to furnish your walls with this beloved artist&#39;s strange, alluring, and off-kilter work.<p> <p class="title-3">Characteristics of Edward Hopper wall art</p> <p>Edward Hopper (1882-1967) was an American realist painter. He is best known for his detailed oil paintings depicting everyday urban life.<p> <p>The subject matter of Hopper&#39;s work was typically prosaic scenes of American life or landscapes. These lovingly rendered pictures of gas stations, streets, railroads, and restaurants remain captivating to this day. His subjects are well-delineated, while his use of lighting and composition gives his paintings a cinematic quality.<p> <p>Hopper uses everyday scenes but helps us see them in new ways. The feeling of isolation and dislocation runs through his works. The narrative complexity of his art keeps us guessing and gives each piece a strange and enduring picture of the solitude of early and mid-20th-century American life.<p> <p>Hopper&#39;s use of color, alongside unique perspectives, is perhaps the hallmark of his distinctive style. The colors are blocky and, at times, very saturated. When seen with his masterful mix of light and shadow, these choices provide a subtle communication of the interior life of his subject matter and a profound psychological resonance.<p> <p class="title-3">How do you choose the right piece of Edward Hopper art?</p> <p>Edward Hopper wall art fits a variety of places. While the style is particularly evocative of the first half of the 20th century, the work is flexible enough to deserve pride of place in more contemporary or minimalist places, too.<p> <p>The distinct atmosphere in Hopper&#39;s art is deeply nostalgic and represents the lonelier elements of industrialization. However, he also completed some incredible landscapes that will suit homeowners who want to inject their walls with more natural elements.<p> <p>Hopper&#39;s use of color plays a crucial role in the emotional impact of his work. Think about your interior decor style and hues and how these often dark and moody pieces can complement your existing palette. The right frame can provide a transition that helps to bring these worlds together in a pleasingly harmonious manner.<p> <p>Explore our incredible collection of Edward Hopper wall art to find the pieces that speak to you. With a mix of moody and slightly unsettling urban scenes and stunning landscapes, there is something for every art lover.<p>

<p>Cape Cod Evening, by Edward Hopper, 1939, American painting, oil on canvas. Hopper described this painting as: 'In the woman I attempted to get the broad, strong-jawed face and blond hair of a Finnish type of which there are many on the Cape. The man is a</p>

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