Edward Hopper's "Elizabeth Griffiths Smith Hopper, the Artist's Mother (recto)" (2 of 7)
Charcoal on paper
23¼ x 15¾ inches
Framed: 34½ x 27¼ inches
Executed circa 1900. This is a double-sided work; the image on the verso is titled "Two Female Nudes" and can be found in a separate entry in the Edward Hopper section of the Mark Murray Fine Paintings' website.
The artist, until 1967
Jo Hopper, his widow, until 1968
Reverend Arthayer R. Sanbon, acquired from the above, until 2005
Alexander Gallery, New York, courtesy of the Kennedy Galleries, until 2007
Private Collection, New York, acquired from the above, until 2010.
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