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By Orietta Rossi Pinelli

Edward Hopper (July 22, 1882 – may possibly 15, 1967) was once a trendy American realist painter and printmaker. whereas he used to be such a lot popularly identified for his oil work, he used to be both trained as a watercolorist and printmaker in etching. either in his city and rural scenes, his spare and finely calculated renderings mirrored his own imaginative and prescient of contemporary American life.

Un file dedicato a Hopper.
Come tutte le monografie della collana "Dossier d'art", una pubblicazione agile, ricca di belle riproduzioni a colori, completa di un utilissimo quadro cronologico e di una ricca bibliografia.

Sommario:
La lunga storia del successo
Opere "Cinematografiche"
Scene di vita americane
La difesa del realismo
Quadro cronologico
Bibliografia

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