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wwqtguyjin: in honor of Namjoon sharing his fav painting, here's mine. The first painting to make an impression on me. Nighthawks by Edward Hopper.

leytsgo: im really nervous but i'll improve over time and this is my first step. people here have inspired me to write. disclaimer : this is just my interpretation. please be kind hehe

leytsgo: nighthawks by edward hopper!! i watched a video on youtube about this piece and woah. love it a lot lot.

SwannGalleries: James Macry in our prints and drawings department examines two works that exemplify the market for Edward Hopper prints:

fraveris: Edward Hopper "Sultry Day",c.1928

ChristopheRuff9: Edward Hopper

artforcus: "nighthawk", Edward Hopper, 1942

gedankentauchen: Man with laptop on sofa in dark living room Edward Hopper painting (DALL·E mini).

d_umadlpisani: “The lack of communication between the people in my paintings are probably a reflection of my own, if I may say, loneliness. I don’t know. It could be the whole human condition. ” Edward Hopper.

TIMTIPTON2: Edward Hopper Compartment C Car 1938

worldsofnando: I just think that Edward Hopper was one of the most talented artists. He capured emotions and moods perfectly with his paintings. My biggest art inspiration.

vissyarts: Edward Hopper at the Whitney museum of art. Probably the best place to see American artists.

ajbwells: Lining up for Berghain painted by Edward Hopper

janeadamswatts: Edward Hopper. sea Watchers

marysia_cc: Edward Hopper Sea Watchers, 1952

20LwAfy8dX9H8Lg: Edward Hopper

shahran_morshed: Morning Sun by Edward Hopper

Litrillostf: Cape Cod Evening, 1939, Edward Hopper

zdfrp: Edward Hopper - Nighthawks - 1942 Moebius - tribute - 1993

janeadamswatts: Edward Hopper

Migue_emmflopre: Edward Hopper, 1942 / Bojack Horseman, 2014

restot50: Edward Hopper Coffee 1955 .

MarineCafeBlog: Put art into your coffee break! This mug features 'Ground Swell', a 1939 painting by the famous American artist, Edward Hopper. Available from The Nautical Shop of Marine Café Blog:

JJjpe10: Sunbathing, as seen by Edward Hopper

godlingsbot: Nighthawks, Edward Hopper (1942)

artnau: Night on the El Train, 1918 by Edward Hopper

PourquoiPasToi: © Classic Vandal, Based on Artwork bu Edward Hopper -

20LwAfy8dX9H8Lg: Edward Hopper (1882 — 1967)

20LwAfy8dX9H8Lg: Edward Hopper

Tom_OBedlam: Big Edward Hopper vibes

Arteymas_: Cape Cod Evening, 1939, Edward Hopper

dinamittEros: Coast Guard Station. Two Lights, Maine. 1927 Metropolitan Museum of Art New York City. Edward Hopper.

bovary43: Edward Hopper

republiektrien: Edward Hopper

so_contrary: "The Circle Theatre" Edward Hopper

justillusion_z: by Edward Hopper

markosmanifesto: Nighthawks by Edward Hopper, 1942

salvasilha: Edward Hopper, Portrait of Orleans, 1950

PulpLibrarian: The film version of Dick’s novel is very much a tech-noir. Edward Hopper’s 1942 painting Nighthawks was a big influence on the film’s style, as were the classic film noirs of the 1940s. Hampton Fancher wrote the part of Deckard with Robert Mitchum in mind; world-weary and stoic.

Arteymas_: Edward Hopper, Interior, 1925

StandardsMich: "Summer Evening" 1947 Edward Hopper

Art_Vanitas: "Summertime" by Edward Hopper (1943).

godlingsbot: Night Windows, Edward Hopper (1928)

godlingsbot: Hotel Room, Edward Hopper (1931)

sergioandreola: Edward Hopper, New York Interior, c. 1921. Oil on canvas.

MaraRiv2: Edward Hopper The Long Leg, c.1930

sergioandreola: Edward Hopper (1882-1967), South Carolina Morning, 1955. Oil on canvas.

so_contrary: Edward Hopper

restot50: Edward Hopper

arte_bot: For the Love of God, de Edward Hopper. Escultura, Denver Art Museum.

StyleSarapan: If I could say it in words there would be no reason to paint. Edward Hopper

zeynepxmelek: ‘Rooms for Tourists’ Edward Hopper, 1945

salvasilha: Sun on Prospect street, Gloucester, Massachusetts Edward Hopper 1934

1jcmaxwell: Never seen this McQuarrie before. Looks like sci-fi Edward Hopper.

NFTsReg: “If I could say it in words there would be no reason to paint.” — Edward Hopper

novelist180: When I browsed in a bookstore, my eyes went in a work of Edward Hopper.

Conp007: Last but not least, Edward Hopper “Nighthawks”

0xKNNY: Edward Hopper is one of the greatest artists there ever was, change my mind

0xKNNY: The thing that fascinates me about Edward Hopper works is the subtle contrast of industrialism and nature. They're deliberately reduced down to their essential elements and shapes to concentrate a nostalgic feeling in your mind, as if there's something missing.

dinamittEros: Edward Hopper. Seven a.m. 1948.

alestadir: edward hopper / sally storch / pelin esmer

RodneyMarshall1: Edward Hopper's Nighthawks, 1942. A painting which would influence generations of movie makers. "Unconsciously, probably, I was painting the loneliness of a large city." Hopper fans have searched NYC for the mythical 'original' diner for decades.

adamfwoods: Playing with AI: Riot at nightclub in the style of Edward Hopper.

MaxBrown7: Edward Hopper, American Master Painter (1882-1967) "People in the Sun"

CelineSymbioss: Maxfield Parrish, 1904 / Edward Hopper, 1906-1907.

republiektrien: Edward Hopper

MBainArt: “If I could say it in words there would be no reason to paint.” ~ Artist Edward Hopper

godlingsbot: Nighthawks, Edward Hopper (1942)

El_Giocondo: Chair Car, 1965, Edward Hopper.

fraveris: "Martha McKeen of Wellfleet",c.1944 Edward Hopper

rugarteh: Edward Hopper.

stribs: Oliver Sacks painted by Edward Hopper

stribs: Nick Cave painted by Edward Hopper

FeliksBanel: I wonder if Raymond Chandler or Edward Hopper liked Almond Roca?

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hospitalitynet: Nobody Asked Me, But… No. 267: Hotel History: Famous Artist Edward Hopper and His Hotel Management Paintings | By Stanley Turkel -

damiengwalter: Edward Hopper's Superman really feels like a thing that should already exist.

manuroldansal: Summertime, por Edward Hopper

mason4922: 'Automat', 1927, by American realist painter and printmaker. Edward Hopper (1882 - 1967).

Scottwalt3: Nighthawks by Edward Hopper: Great Art Explained

JCVillalobosmx: Desnudo reclinado, 1924, Edward Hopper.

edwereddie: "NEW YORK PAVEMENTS"{or nun pushing a pram} 1924 Oil on canvas EDWARD HOPPER

yoniguni: Edward hopper stan account

syylllia: Nighthawks, Edward Hopper (1942) / The end of violence, Wim Wenders (1997)

edwereddie: Squam light, 1911 Edward Hopper (1882-1967)

stephiegal: Edward Hopper. the Barber Shop

AllManicHamlet: 'Iowa State Fair Midway' by Edward Hopper

CHERCoficial: El Central Argentino formó con: James Hollis; Braithwaite Wilkinson y Willoughby Spencer Shimield; R. Levick, Mantle y Edward Hay Fairburn Muskett; Alfred Henry Mayne (cap), Henry Hopper, George Edwin Wortley, Miguel Hugh Green y G. Harrison.➡️

jonccrow: Nic Cage eating a donut as painted by Edward Hopper.

JohnnySells: Check out Starbucks Chaleur Nighthawks Edward Hopper Diner Coffee Mug 12 oz D Burrows

A_ni_ma_re: GM. New York Movie by Edward Hopper.

TANIAMANJARRES3: Chair Car, 1965, Edward Hopper

Arteymas_: Chair Car, 1965, Edward Hopper

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IvanLazarevski: Room in New York - Edward Hopper, 1932

zdfrp: 1909 "Summer interior" / Edward Hopper

zdfrp: Edward Hopper Excursion Into Philosophy, 1959

evitacastle: Domingo.. Edward Hopper

SirSandGoblin: I've just learned that Edward hopper was the same height as me, respect



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