15 Most Famous Paintings by Edward Hopper

House by the Railroad by Edward Hopper

Edward Hopper was a prominent American realism art painter and printmaker who was born on 22 July 1882 in Upper Nyack, New York, United States and died on 15 May 1967 in Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States. This article contains 15 Most Famous Paintings by Edward Hopper.

Office at Night

Office at Night by Edward Hopper
Office at Night by Edward Hopper

Office at Night is a painting produced by Edward Hopper in 1940. This painting depicts an office occupied by an attractive young woman in a short-sleeved blue dress who is standing at an open file cabinet. This painting can be viewed at Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Office in a Small City

Office in a Small City by Edward Hopper
Office in a Small City by Edward Hopper

Office in a Small City is a painting produced by Edward Hopper in 1953. In this painting, the artist depicts a man sitting in a corner office surveying the landscape outdoors. This painting can be viewed at Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.

House by the Railroad

House by the Railroad by Edward Hopper
House by the Railroad by Edward Hopper

House by the Railroad is a painting produced by Edward Hopper in 1925. The artist depicts a stately old house in a desolate setting built next to a railway line. This painting can be viewed at Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

Nighthawks

Nighthawks by Edward Hopper
Nighthawks by Edward Hopper

Nighthawks is a painting produced by Edward Hopper in 1942. Many historians considered Hopper’s most famous work and one of the most recognizable paintings in American art. This painting can be viewed at Art Institute of Chicago.

Automat

Automat by Edward Hopper
Automat by Edward Hopper

Automat is a painting produced by Edward Hopper in 1927. The subject of this painting depicts a lone woman staring into a cup of coffee in an automat at night. This painting can be viewed at Des Moines Art Center in Iowa.

Chop Suey

Chop Suey by Edward Hopper
Chop Suey by Edward Hopper

Chop Suey is a painting produced by Edward Hopper in 1929. This painting depicts two women in conversation at a restaurant in the foreground of the work. Another painting, The Sunny Side of Life was inspired from this painting. This painting is in private collection.

Early Sunday Morning

Early Sunday Morning by Edward Hopper
Early Sunday Morning by Edward Hopper

Early Sunday Morning is a painting produced by Edward Hopper in 1930. The artist depicts the small businesses and shops of Seventh Avenue in New York City shortly after sunrise. This painting can be viewed at Whitney Museum of American Art.

Rooms By The Sea

Rooms By The Sea by Edward Hopper
Rooms By The Sea by Edward Hopper

Rooms By The Sea is a painting produced by Edward Hopper in 1951. The american painter produced this work on a very large canvas and is regarded as one of his greates works. This painting is owned as a private collection.

Hotel Lobby

Hotel Lobby by Edward Hopper
Hotel Lobby by Edward Hopper

Hotel Lobby is a painting produced by Edward Hopper in 1943. It depicts two women and a man in the lobby of a hotel. This painting can be viewed at Indianapolis Museum of Art in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States.

Girl at a Sewing Machine

Girl at a Sewing Machine by Edward Hopper
Girl at a Sewing Machine by Edward Hopper

Girl at a Sewing Machine is a painting produced by Edward Hopper in 1921. The artist depicts a young girl sitting at a sewing machine facing a window on a beautiful sunny day. This painting can be viewed at Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Madrid, Spain.

From Williamsburg Bridge

From Williamsburg Bridge by Edward Hopper
From Williamsburg Bridge by Edward Hopper

From Williamsburg Bridge is a painting produced by Edward Hopper in 1928. The subject of this painting is the Williamsburg bridge that connects Brooklyn with Manhattan via the East River and it opened in 1903. The dimension of this painting is 74.6 × 111.1 cm.

Model sitting

Model sitting by Edward Hopper
Model sitting by Edward Hopper

Model sitting is a painting produced by Edward Hopper in 1902. The artist depicts a woman who is sitting on a box. It appears that the woman just bathed as she covers herself in a towel. This painting is owned as a private collection.

Tables for Ladies

Tables for Ladies by Edward Hopper
Tables for Ladies by Edward Hopper

Tables for Ladies is a painting produced by Edward Hopper in 1930. This painting depicts the outside of the front window of an ordinary restaurant in New York City. The dimension of this painting is 123 x 153 cm.

Lighthouse at Two Lights

Lighthouse at Two Lights by Edward Hopper
Lighthouse at Two Lights by Edward Hopper

Lighthouse at Two Lights is a painting produced by Edward Hopper in 1929. The artist depicts a lighthouse against an open expanse of blue sky which symbolize a resolute resistance to submit to change or nature. The dimension of this painting is 74.9 x 109.9 cm.

Saltillo Mansion

Saltillo Mansion by Edward Hopper
Saltillo Mansion by Edward Hopper

Saltillo Mansion is a painting produced by Edward Hopper in 1943. The artist stayed at the Guarhado House on Victoria Street and there he painted several watercolors from the hotel roof. The dimension of this painting is 68.9 x 54 cm.

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