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House By The Railroad 1925  by Edward Hopper.

The Bates’ house in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 film “Psycho” was inspired by Edward Hopper’s 1925 oil painting “House by the Railroad” — shown above in black & white, and hung at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

"Looking at Art" by Julia Rothman

Looking at Art

In my personal work, I am consistently interested in drawing people and places in every day situations. This small painting is based on a photograph I took at the Whitney Museum earlier that day, look

Untitled by Kyle Henderson. Image Courtesy of Maggie's

Artworks by Architects to be Auctioned for Maggie's Centres

arquigraph: “ Artworks by Architects to be Auctioned for Maggie’s Centres Untitled by Kyle Henderson. Image Courtesy of Maggie’s ”

Edward Hopper’s Details

Edward Hopper’s Details

American painter Edward Hopper was known for his nuanced depictions of modern American life, in particular his 1942 painting.

Hopper: Summertime, 1943 - Detail (notice the transparency of her dress)

Edward Hopper - Painting - Realism - Summertime, 1943 - Detail (notice the transparency of her dress)

Edward Hopper (American, 1882-1967): The Bootleggers, 1925.

Edward Hopper (American, 1882-1967): The Bootleggers, 1925.

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Edward Hopper - Pennsylvania Coal Town - 1947 - Butler Institute of American Art - Youngstown, OH

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