Support Fairfield County.
Become a Member.
Presented in collaboration with Fairfield University Art Museum, Art History Program, and the Visual and Performing Arts Department
Edward Hopper, an American realist painter, gained popularity in the 1960s. Professor Gail Levin has raised questions about the estate management of Edward and Josephine Hopper's estate in the art market trade. Levin, an art historian, biographer, curator, and artist at the City University of New York, aims to understand the correct methods, practices, and standards to protect Hopper's artistic legacy.
Contact Name: Quick Center Box Office
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Phone: (203) 254-4010
$30 Regular | Quick Members: $10
Dolan School of Business Event Hall
Fairfield, CT 06824