Welcome again to Window Views. The painting above caught my eye and I thought "Edward Hopper." But of course it wasn't. As a matter of fact it wasn't even signed.
The marvelous shadows enter the room through a near door (which I at first didn't realize) and the other shadow is through a WINDOW in a living rood or bedroom.
My biggest question became "If I went out that door how deep is the drop to the first step?" And then I laughed.
Just so you see what I mean by the painting looking like an Edward Hopper print, here's a Hopper:
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Yup! there it is called Rooms by the Sea, 1951 by Edward Hopper
Edward Hopper was an American painter and printmaker best remembered for his eerily realistic depictions of solitude in contemporary American life. While most popularly known for his oil paintings, he was equally proficient as a watercolorist and printmaker in etching. For several years he worked as a commercial artist, but he also continued painting in New York City and Massachusetts.
Now of course it bothers me that I missed the signature. It must be someplace on the print!
~WELCOME HOME LAURA LING AND EUNA LEE, AMERICAN JOURNALISTS WHO WERE FREED FROM NORTH KOREA THROUGH THE EFFORTS OF AL GORE, BILL CLINTON, HILARY CLINTON, AND THE ENTIRE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION.~