Edward Hopper paintings cover the American realism movement and Hopper is amongst the most popular artists from the whole of the 20th century.
This website covers the best paintings from Edward Hopper and also covers his life and career in detail.
There are photos of his work and also a fuller list further down the page of his back catalogue. You can buy Edward Hopper paintings here.
Edward Hopper was most famous for reflecting American life in a calming, stylish way which many find instantly charming and has helped his reputation to remain exceptionally strong up to the present day.
Hopper's original paintings are amongst the most reproduced of any American artist currently, most frequently as framed giclee art prints, posters and stretched canvases with customers choosing from a huge selection going back the artist's whole career.
Edward Hopper paintings typically cover American landscapes with a realist style that whilst accurate is also quite contemporary because of the colours that the artist used as well as the scenes that he would choose to cover.
In some cases there would be humans set within the scene as the main focal point, whilst in others it would be a true landscape piece within nothing to appreciate but the sprawling countryside or seascape.
Whilst part of the realist art movement, Edward Hopper always used a slight lack of detail or precision on his characters that adorned several of his paintings and this helped to create an atmosphere which felt relaxing and accessible.
His paintings consistently had very simple scenes which concentrated entirely on the mood of an individual at that time, as seen in Nighthawks, Sunday and Hotel by a Railroad.
The slightly blurred humans tend to draw the viewer in, curiously looking for more information on each scene.