Lighthouse at Two Lights by Edward Hopper. 1929 The Lighthouse at Two Lights depicts the silhouette of a lighthouse against the blue sky. The painting is set in the rocky hills of Cape Elizabeth, Maine. Hopper often spent his summers in Maine as an escape from New York.
Just in case anyone has not noticed, I am highly influenced by the Art of Edward Hopper. I spent lots of time at The Metropolitan Museum in NYC viewing his work, where this particular painting hangs today. The solitude along with the distinct shadow and light treatments in his paintings just reaches out to my soul. I try to capture this in my photographs and drawings.
Wikipedia says… Edward Hopper was an American realist painter and printmaker. While he is widely known for his oil paintings, he was equally proficient as a watercolorist and printmaker in etching. Wikipedia. Check out his stuff and I hope my Art is worthy of his Influence.
Carry On… @ngelo aka Marbles