Edward Hopper drew inspiration for many of his great works at this summer house in Truro, Massachusetts. After he died he left the house to his wife. When Jo Hopper passed she gave the house to a long time friend and caretaker, Mary Schiffenhaus. Frank, a friend of Mary's, lived in the house during the summers of the late 1960's. Through that experience he found inspiration for his life as well as drawings the late Hopper left behind.

Part 1 - Frank recollects about his experience living in the house.

Thanks to:
Edward Hopper
Django Reinhardt & Stefan Grapelli
And
Frank Capezzera

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