"Hopper's Women" at the Seattle Art Museum is great! Next time I'll go on a weekday to avoid the crowds blocking my view of the artwork.
Hopper creates a sad and lonely view of humanity and it was a thrill to look at the many paintings in the exhibit.
Also at the SAM were landscapes by Bierstadt and Church, portraits by Sargent and Chase and Henri, and a Rothko and de Kooning. It's worth a second trip. I'll make one soon.
Chop Suey, Edward Hopper, oil, 1929