"From the boyhood room in which Hopper paints a lone sailboat on the Hudson River to the country gas station he captures at dusk in his famous painting, Gas, the illustrations convey the solitary tone of Hopper’s work. In many scenes, readers peer over Hopper’s shoulder as he works, seeing what he sees."
-Publishers Weekly (Starred Review)
"Well-researched and carefully paced, this is an enduring and inspiring book that will help kids to understand the why and the how of an artist at work."
-Kirkus Reviews (Starred Review)