Friday, April 17, 2009
The Washington Post, a few weeks ago, ran a wonderful article about the reclusive Edward Hopper's life and art of the Outer Cape. Edward and his wife, Jo, lived in Greenwich Village in the winter and in Truro in the summers (for over 30 years). Edward's paintings of the Outer Cape include many from Eastham, Wellfleet and Truro. Read the article ... Here. Also, don't miss the photo slideshow that accompanies this article. The picture (right) is Hopper's painting of Corn Hill in Truro.