Nude Reflected in a Mirror1915-1920 by James Roy Hopkins

Hopkins became famous for his female figural works painted in the decade before World War I. Concurrently, his wife Edna Boies Hopkins earned international fame as a Post-Impressionist print-maker. James Hopkins exhibited at the Salon and won major awards, both abroad and in this country, such as the Gold Medal in 1915 at the Panaman-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco.
Source: James M. Keny and Nannette V. Maciejunes, Triumph of Color and Light: Ohio Impressionists and Post-Impressionists, exh. cat., Columbus Museum of Art, 1994, 27-28, 113-114. See also James M. Keny, "A Dilemma of Riches: the Art of James and Edna Hopkins," Timeline, February-March, 1990.
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