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Edward Hopper and British Artists

2006

Abstract

This article examines the changes in Edward Hopper’s painting style during his stays in Paris between 1906 to 1910, and compares his work to that of certain British contemporaries, notably Walter Sickert, Gwen John and J.D. Fergusson. The comparison highlights Hopper’s response to the legacy of Impressionism and his highly individual approach to the sensuality of life in the modern city.

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