Le Pavillon de Flore (1909) by Edward Hopper

Le Pavillon de Flore - Edward Hopper - 1909

Artwork Information

TitleLe Pavillon de Flore
ArtistEdward Hopper
Art MovementNew Realism
Current LocationWhitney Museum of American Art, New York City, NY, US
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About Le Pavillon de Flore

“Le Pavillon de Flore” is an artwork by Edward Hopper created in 1909. This piece is painted in oil on canvas, and it exemplifies a cityscape reflective of the New Realism art movement. Hopper’s painting is currently held at the Whitney Museum of American Art, located in New York City, NY, US.

The painting portrays an urban scene with a focal building exhibiting prominent architectural features such as a steep roof, dormer windows, and a decorative facade. The color palette is soft with muted tones, capturing the light and atmosphere of the cityscape with a realistic sensibility. In the foreground, a bridge with large open archways leads the eye toward the building, while a tree with autumnal hues adds a touch of nature to the composition. The artwork captures a moment of urban serenity, with the play of light and shadow hinting at the time of day.

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