CultureSecrets invites you to discover the most Parisian of American painters: Edward Hopper! Edward Hopper stayed several times in Paris, and leaves us with testimonies of his contemplations of the local cafés, the quays of the Seine and the great Parisian historical monuments, while making us discover the places of his melancholic daily life, in the city of light.
The guided tour we offer is a walking tour conducted by a guide-lecturer, Maeva, certified since 2013. This tour includes Parisian places represented by Edward Hopper in painting but also places related to his biography, his artistic history and his stays in Paris.
This enigmatic artist, whose works are strangely familiar, was inspired by the great masters of i
Saturday September 25th at 11am.
Meet in front of the Musée d'Orsay, in front of the Elelphant statue.
Don't forget your mask !
Edward Hopper, Nighthawks, 1942
Edward Hopper, Self-Portrait, 1925-30, Whitney Museum, New York