Edward Hopper - Hotel Room.

Edward Hopper (Nyack, 1882 - New York, 1967)
Hotel Room.
1931.
Oil on canvas.
152,4 x 165,7 cm.
Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid.

Thyssen Museum presents exhibition of Edward Hopper



Featuring 73 works by the artist, the exhibition at the Thyssen Museum in Madrid is the most important ever devoted to American painter Edward Hopper in Europe. June 12 to September 16, 2012.

Source: Thyssen Museum, Madrid

The exhibition at the Thyssen -without a doubt one of the great artistic events of the year in Europe- examines the evolution of Hopper's career through paintings, drawings and watercolors. The first part of the exhibition shows Hopper's early works, created from the beginning of the 20th century to the mid-1920s, along with works by some of his most famous contemporaries like George Bellows. The second part of the exhibition focuses on his mature works, and features some of his most famous paintings.

The selection of works is remarkable, and the most outstanding paintings include "House by the railroad tracks" (which inspired the gloomy house from the movie "Psycho") or "Four Lane Road", in addition to the "Hotel Room" from the Thyssen's permanent collection. Unfortunately for the visitors, the famous "Nighthawks" has stayed in Chicago.

In the last room of the exhibition, American filmmaker Ed Lachmann has produced a three-dimensional reproduction of "Morning Sun", one of the most famous paintings by Edward Hopper.

The catalogue of the exhibition -only available in Spanish- includes full-page reproductions of the 73 works that form the exhibition.



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