Hopper



Edward Hopper 1882 1967 Is Considered The First Significant American Painter In 20th Century Art After Decades Of Patient Work, Hopper Enjoyed A Success And Popularity That Since The 1950s Has Continually Grown In Canvas After Canvas He Painted The Loneliness Of Big City People Many Of Hopper S Pictures Represent Views Of Streets And Roads, Rooftops, And Abandoned Houses, Depicted In A Brilliant Light That Strangely Belies The Melancholy Mood Of The Scenes Hopper S Paintings Are Marked By Striking Juxtapositions Of Colour, And By The Clear Contours With Which The Figures Are Demarcated From Their Surroundings His Extremely Precise Focus On The Theme Of Modern Men And Women In The Natural And Man Made Environment Sometimes Lends His Pictures A Mood Of Eerie Disquiet On The Other Hand, Hopper S Renderings Of Rocky Landscapes In Warm Brown Hues, Or His Depictions Of The Seacoast, Exude An Unusual Tranquillity That Reveals Another, Optimistic Side Of His Character.Hopper

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  • Paperback
  • 96 pages
  • Hopper
  • Rolf Günter Renner
  • English
  • 14 December 2017
  • 3822859850

10 thoughts on “Hopper

  1. says:

    after a while i skimmed through a lot of the analysis and focusedon the paintings i love hopper s use of lighting and the atmosphere he has in a lot of his work

  2. says:

    Il testo un po noioso, in alcune parti inutilmente ricercato Ma d altronde, chi se ne frega del testo se si possono guardare i quadri di Hopper

  3. says:

    Very good Good analysis of the works through the decades Good plates of the paintings Nice layout and text.

  4. says:

    It s a very good collection of Hopper s paintings but the commentary was somewhat disappointing It raised some interesting points, but they were never fully developed and at times I felt the author was overanalyzing some of the paintings.

  5. says:

    Alphonse MuchaMucha , .

  6. says:

    The analysis is fascinating, but occasionally quite didactic The quality of the images is very good, providing a better painting to look at than the versions you find electronically as you d expect.

  7. says:

    After the previous Taschen book, which sometimes felt like Picasso for dummies , I found this one to be too dense for my little brain The theories built in here were very interesting, but the way they were exposed was not always friendly for the neophyte I am in the history of American painting, psychanalisis, and so on, which left me slightly irritated at my own self, and wanting to readabout those topic when I already had other pla...

  8. says:

    Having never studied art I was nervous that this book would be a mass of technical terms and descriptions of techniques that I would not be able to follow Luckily this range of books by Taschen are as readable and understandable for non art students such as myself, as they are for those with adedicated interest I was first introduced to Hopper s work through his painting Nighthawks and this book allowed me to gain some insight into the rest of his pieces By including colour images of Having never studied art I was nervous that this book would be a mass of technical terms and descriptions of techniques that I would not be able to follow Luckily this range of books by Taschen are as readable and understandable for non art students such as myself, as they are for those with adedicated interest I was first introduced to Hopper s work through his painting Nigh...

  9. says:

    This is one of the worst books on an artist that I have read The organization of both the text and artwork is nonexistent it jumps all over the place It s important to chronicle an artist s work in chronological order, not random order This book also did not have the artwork that the text was discussing on the same next page, you had to keep flipping through the book No real discussion on the ...

  10. says:

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