Edward Hopper (July 22, 1882 in Nyack, NY-May 15, 1967, in New York) is a painter, draftsman and American illustrator, best known for his depictions of loneliness, thrilling realism in contemporary American life.
The architecture and landscapes are among his favorite themes. It focuses on American themes. In 1900, he studied drawing, illustration and painting NY. Six years later, in Paris, he studied the great masters. His admiration for the impressionists leads to bond with Manet. He went to London, Amsterdam, Brussels and Berlin. In 1913, he participated in the Armory Show and worked as an illustrator and commercial artist. In 1923, he turned to watercolor. In 1933 he exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, NY.
10 Postcards with envelope by the artist Edward HopperPrinted in France and delivered in a pretty box collectorFormat 11.7 x 16.3 cm