Curator's Choice: Hopper Drawing

Clip: Season 2013 Episode 352 | 4m 18s

A look at the creative process of American artist Edward Hopper, who lived and worked in a modest studio on Washington Square in Greenwich Village for many years. The Whitney Museum of American Art owns more Hopper works than any museum, including some 2500 of his works on paper. “Hopper Drawing” is the first major exhibition to focus on the artist’s drawings and working process.

Aired: 09/11/13

Rating: NR

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