The House near the railway, from the original title in English House by the Railroad is an oil on canvas painted by the American artist Edward Hopper in 1925 and kept in New York at The Museum of Modern Art. The painting is a very dear to Hopper the delimitation between man and nature, whose boundary is the train tracks as in other works by the artist. The solitary colonial-style house is represented with shaded areas in which the areas lit up in the strong midday light stand out. The director Alfred Hitchcock, in 1960, was inspired by this painting by Hopper for his film entitled Psycho. In House by the Railroad all the architectural details of the house are returned with a wealth of details in the prints proposed by Shopart. The printing on canvas, in particular, is performed with giclée printing technology that uses eight natural pigment colors that allow exceptional durability and stability even when exposed to direct sunlight. The canvas painting of the painting by Hopper House by the Railroad can be finished with the paint effect brushstrokes whose transparency does not cripple the color rendering and being stretched by brush by our craftsmen leaves the mark of the raised brushstrokes visible to both eye and touch like real paintings. The House Near the Railroad of the artist Edward Hopper is also available in Poster and Poster format fine art glued on mdf wood panel 2 cm thick.
|Title||House by the Railroad|
|Original size||cm 61 x 73,7|