|Edward Hopper Excursion Into Philosophy 1959|
"If you could say it in words, there would be no reason to paint."
|Edward Hopper Jo In Wyoming 1946|
“Painting will have to deal more fully and less obliquely with life and nature's phenomena before it can again become great.”
|Edward Hopper Cape Cod Morning 1950|
"My aim in painting has always been the most exact transcription possible of my most intimate impression of nature."
|Edward Hopper Pennsylvania Coal Town 1947|
"Maybe I am not very human - what I wanted to do was to paint sunlight on the side of a house."
|Edward Hopper People In The Sun 1960|
"So much of every art is an expression of the subconscious that it seems to me most of all the important qualities are put there unconsciously, and little of importance by the conscious intellect. But these are things for the psychologist to untangle."