NYACK, N.Y. -- Named after one of Nyack's best known artists, The Edward Hopper House Arts Center is currently offering an exhibit celebrating its namesakes' greatest inspiration: The Hudson River.
The exhibit, which runs through Nov. 13, is called "Hopper's Hudson: 100 Years of Painting in The Hudson Valley," according to a statement released by the arts center.
Curated by Mark Waller, the exhibit features work from artists who lived and worked during Hopper's lifetime, from 1882-1967, according to the arts center.
The collection aim to celebrate Hopper's love of the Hudson, which he could see from his bedroom window while growing up in Nyack, according to organizers.
The exhibit includes works from Reynolds Beal, Joseph Biel, C.K. Chatterton, Julien O. Davidson, A.B. Davies, Dorothy Deyrup, William Fisher, George Grosz, Bertram Hartman, John Henry Hill and Hal Robinson, organizers said.
The Edward Hopper House is located at 82 North Broadway. To learn more about this and other exhibits, find the arts center online.
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