"Nighthawks" by Edward Hopper Created: 1942 Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, United States of America An iconic depiction of urban isolation, Nighthawks depicts a quarter of characters at night inside a greasy spoon with an expansive wraparound window that almost takes up the entire facade of the diner. It's a study of alienation as the figures studiously ignore each other...
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"Nighthawks" by Edward Hopper
Created: 1942 Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, United States of America
An iconic depiction of urban isolation, Nighthawks depicts a quarter of characters at night inside a greasy spoon with an expansive wraparound window that almost takes up the entire facade of the diner.
It's a study of alienation as the figures studiously ignore each other while losing themselves in a state of reverie or exhaustion. The redheaded woman on the far right is the artist's wife Jo, who frequently modeled for him.
Craft-Ease™ - Paint By Numbers - The Classics
This kit is part of The Classics of Craft-Ease™ Paint By Numbers featuring a list of outstanding world-famous masterpieces of the highest quality of all time in the world.
Feel the awe and the proximity with these exceptional works of art across time and cultures through painting!
Who is the artist? Edward Hopper, 1882-1967, American
Edward Hopper was an American realist painter and printmaker. While he is best known for his oil paintings, he was equally proficient as a watercolorist and printmaker in etching. Both in his urban and rural scenes, his spare and finely calculated renderings reflected his personal vision of modern American life.
Edward Hopper’s artwork is known for its realistic scenes that touch themes of isolation and self-being rather than a narrative context.
He often described his art as a “transcription [of his] most intimate impressions of nature” meaning he related the process of painting to that of memory. This idea could further be described in another way as when, for example, you draw something from a personal memory, certain details can be remembered but everything outside the primary focus is blank background
His painting Chop Suey (1929) was sold for USD 91.9 million in 2018 to a private collector.
How does it work?
With Craft-Ease™ Paint By Numbers, you can re-create every detail of the paint on your own. You become an artist. Here is how:
1. Numbers are indicated on each canvas 2. Each number represents the color of the provided paint pot 3. Fill the numbered space with the corresponding numbered color 4-6. Follow the numbers; become the painter!
Every Craft-Ease™ Paint By Numbers "Rolled Canvas Kit" version includes all you need to re-create each artwork:
Craft-Ease™ Numbered Canvas (Type: High-grade Linen Fabric Canvas)
Ready-to-use Acrylic Paint Pots with numbers
4 Wooden Paint Brushes of Multiple Sizes
Picture of the Finished Painting
"Frame Canvas Kit" version: All items from the "Rolled Canvas Kit" version + The Canvas Comes Pre-Framed
Delivery Time. It takes time to produce the Paint By Numbers Kits before we can ship it to you. So please take into account the processing and delivery time even if you choose an express delivery method.
Colors. A maximum of 24 colors shall be provided for each craft kit.
Important Note about the Frame: The canvas of "Rolled Canvas Kit" comes unframed. It is cheaper and less fragile for transport. If you want the pre-framed version, please order the "Frame Canvas Kit". Or, you can always frame it yourself later with our made-to-fit DIY Wooden Frame.
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It's not just a product, Craft-Ease™ Paint By Numbers is an experience; a relaxing and therapeutic experience. If meditation never worked for you, Craft-Ease™ Paint By Numbers is your way to disconnect from the world and reconnect with yourself.
It's also the best way to let your artistic talent come to life.
All our customers are telling us the same thing: "It just feels so good and relaxing, it's almost like therapy." So please enjoy and have a great time painting!
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