By David Cohen
As this gem of an exhibition on the Upper East Side demonstrates, Edward Hopper found himself in etching.
By Ken Johnson
Early in his career, when the demands of commercial illustration left him little time to paint, Edward Hopper turned to printmaking and produced some of the most moving and memorable graphic images in 20th-century American art. This small gem of a show presents 13 of those works from 1915 to 1923.