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Bridle Path, 1939 - Edward Hopper - Art Prints

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Edward Hopper Paintings

Edward Hopper is widely acknowledged as the most important realist painter of twentieth-century America. Hopper derived his subject matter from two primary sources: one, the common features of American life (gas stations, motels, restaurants, theatres, railroads, and street scenes) and its inhabitants; and two, seascapes and rural landscapes.


No one captured the isolation of the individual within the modern city like Edward Hopper. His imagery of figures within urban settings go well beyond their role as modern cityscapes, exposing the underbelly of the human experience. His work demonstrates that realism is not merely a literal or photographic copying of what we see, but an interpretive rendering.

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About Bridle Path, 1939 Edward Hopper Art Prints
Bridle Path shows three riders on horseback approaching the West 72nd Street entrance to Central Park in New York City. A large building is seen above the hillside towering over the three riders - two women and a man. The riders are dressed in modern 1930s riding garb and appear to be galloping toward the dark tunnel.   The man leans back and his horse's head rears up, slowing the gallop as they approach the tunnel. Outwardly Hopper's life was extremely stable, free of any turmoil. Once he had found himself as an artist, his life was dominated by his career and rarely touched by the society around him. Nevertheless, from his distanced vantage point, Hopper remained an acute observer of his times and its art movements, a wealth of experience that is reflected in his works.   Hopper was born in 1882 in Nyack, a small port on the Hudson River several miles north of New York City. The East Coast left such a strong impression on him that he can be regarded as a prototype of this culture.
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Bridle Path, 1939 - Edward Hopper - Art Print by Edward Hopper. Bring your artworks and prints to life with our superior quality products. Carefully printed on high quality materials these prints come with equal sized mat that adds a depth perspective (frames) or stretched on a white maple wooden frame (gallery wrap). Your product will be shipped with a tracking number within 4 days in "ready to frame" condition for canvas rolls and "ready to hang" condition for frames and wraps with pre-attached hanging wire and/or mounting points.

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