Artwork Title: Study for Rooms for Tourists - Artist Name: Edward Hopper

Study for Rooms for Tourists

Edward Hopper, 1945

Edward Hopper’s paintings of buildings are portraits, in which the human presence is implied but not seen. In Rooms for Tourists, Hopper portrays the exterior of a boarding house in Provincetown, Massachusetts. He made study drawings of the building and then traveled there repeatedly at night while he worked on the painting. The contrast between the warm, electrically lit interior and the darkness of night outside captures the sense of transience and impermanence inherent in the boarding house’s impersonal arrivals and departures. [https://artgallery.yale.edu/collections/objects/52638]
fabricated chalk and charcoal on paperhousestudydrawing

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