Edward Hopper: An Intimate Biography
Edward Hopper's canvasses are filled with stripped-down spaces and unrelenting light, evocative landscapes, and the lonely aspects of men and women seemingly isolated in their surroundings. What kind of man had this haunting vision, and what kind of life engendered this art? No one is better qualified to answer these questions than art historian Gail Levin, author and curator of the major studies and exhibitions of Hopper's work. In this intimate biography she reveals the true nature and personality of the man himself—and of the woman who shared his life, the artist Josephine Nivison.
- Author: Gail Levin
- Publisher: University of California Press 2023
- 704 pages, 9.2" X 6.1"
- 98 black and white photographs
- ISBN: 9780520393387