Modernist Art • At the beginning of last century The Chinese restaurant Chop Suey in NEw York was a unique American place where people from any culture and women were welcome. A scene for everyday life is still so contemporary. Edward Hopper paintings can be so dramatic and so cinematic but also represent the pop culture after the First World War. This moment of daily life has been captured by the eye of Edward Hopper in 1929 and has been sold almost a century later at Christie’s NY for 91 millions dollars 💵 @christiesinc#edwardhopper#artmarket#art#artbeat#chopsuey#newyork#artvalue#artaction#barneyebsworthcollection@alexberggruen
Any suggestions or comments about background colour???? This painting is done for my friend Harsha (Maddy) .He is a music lover. This is the cover pic of the album "The Raven that refused to sing - Steven Wilson " Art medium : Poster colours Size : 11"*16"