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  • The apartments fill the window's view like an Edward Hopper painting, a thumping reminder to the audience sitting in the auditorium of where they are, what's outside, and what living and studying in an often-gritty city feels like.

    Bridging the Town-Gown Divide

  • Should it pair with something in the museum's permanent collection—perhaps a New Mexican sparkling wine for the Georgia O'Keeffes or an austere Austrian Riesling to match the sparseness of Edward Hopper?

    Monet and Montrachet: Museums With Great Wine

  • So does an essay in the Glimmerglass program by Carol Troyen, curator emerita at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and guest curator of "A Window Into Edward Hopper," a concurrent exhibition at the Fenimore Art Museum.

    A Peek Behind Those Paintings

  • When it comes to painted Americana that's used until it's used up, Edward Hopper's "Nighthawks" runs a close second.

    Simpsons Syndrome: Overused Cultural Icons Trigger a Gag Reflex

  • Bleached lighthouses, fishing boats, rocky coasts: Edward Hopper's works offer the iconic image of a Maine summer.

    The Short List

  • Days of Heaven, which brought Malick the best director award at Cannes in 1979 and is arguably his finest film, is being reissued in a new print that does justice to Néstor Almendros's magnificent cinematography drawing on the paintings of Winslow Homer, Andrew Wyeth, Edward Hopper and in one scene of a religious ceremony in wheat fields Jean-François Millet.

    Days of Heaven – review

  • Mr. Nemerov sees the tense mood of Ault's paintings of the 1940s as part of a larger response to the war years, supporting his thesis with works by Ault's like-minded colleagues and contemporaries, some of them well known—such as Edward Hopper, Rockwell Kent, Charles Sheeler and Andrew Wyeth—some of them obscure; all of them, like Ault, are faithful to the specifics of their surroundings, indifferent to radical, modernist ideas, and deadly serious.

    Austerity, Economy, Stillness

  • Some members of the New York Philharmonic have been longtime residents of Nyack and the town was the birthplace of legendary painter and printmaker Edward Hopper , whose childhood home is now the Edward Hopper House Art Center.

    Antiques Stores Awaiting Rebound in Nyack

  • The greatest merit of director Angus Jackson's production is designer Anthony Ward's permanent set and carefully researched costumes, and Mark Henderson's lighting, which recreate the beautiful, hard-finish of the melancholy world of Edward Hopper's eerie paintings.

    A Slow 'Rocket' That Struggles to Take Off

  • Each room is subtly themed after a famous artists or writer, from Edward Hopper to E.B. White.

    Potpourri-Free B&Bs

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