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As a young man visiting Gloucester, Edward Hopper turned away from the allure of its ragged coastline and instead created atmospheric watercolors of homes, lighthouses, and street scenes. In Gloucester, art historian Robert Hobbs revisits these paintings from the 1920s, and positions them alongside the contemporary work of New York–based painter Dike Blair.

Pages: 88

Dimensions: 12.5" x 0.8" x 10.7"

Publisher: Karma Books