Category: Edward Hopper

Danger and Desire: Tales of Hopper’s City

I have been really immersed in work lately–so preoccupied that if I don’t write everything down right away, I tend to forget events and deadlines. This pertains not so much to work but for everything else. I looked at my calendar last week and knew I had an Arts and Letters Live event this past…

Hopper Drawing: A Painter’s Process

One of the current exhibitions at the Dallas Museum of Art is Hopper Drawing: A Painter’s Process. If you enjoy Edward Hopper‘s works and style, you will most likely enjoy this exhibition. This show highlights how well planned and meticulous Hopper was before he even put brush to medium.  At the beginning of the exhibition,…

Lucian Freud Portraits – American Art–Góngora/Picasso: Recent Museum Visits

From Lucian Freud Portraits at The Modern Art Museum of Ft. Worth: –I was lucky to see this exhibit on the second to the last day as The Modern was the only North American stop for Lucian Freud Portraits. I think you either really appreciate Freud’s portraits or absolutely abhor them, and to me, Lucian…

Wordless Wednesday: Hopper Exhibit

–Edward Hopper, The “Martha McKeen” of Wellfleet, 1944, oil on canvas, 81.5 x 127.5 cm, Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection on deposit at Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid, Spain This Edward Hopper exhibit will be moving on to Paris and the Grand Palais in a couple of weeks. Wordless Wednesday