Levin, Gail. EDWARD HOPPER: A Catalogue Raisonné. 3 volumes plus CD-ROM. 276pp., 332 pp., 386 pp., with 1,500 illustrations, 600 in full color. Large 4tos, cloth. New York, W. W. Norton in association with the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1995.
The definitive work on Edward Hopper and an indispensable reference for scholars and collectors. This massive catalogue raisonné is presented in three volumes: the first contains an essay on Hopper and his place in American art and includes all the illustrations done at the beginning of his career, the second volume represents over 350 watercolors and their related texts, the third volume represents over 360 oil paintings and related texts. In addition, a CD-ROM provides a wealth of scholarly information, i.e. provenance, bibliographies, and exhibition histories.
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