New York University: Edward Hopper Studio
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The 1830’s townhouses along Washington Square North, which help form the famous “Row” described in several Henry James novels, have maintained several unique architectural details from the days of their construction. One of the most noteworthy tenants was Edward Hopper who lived and painted on the fourth floor of One Washington Square North from 1913-1967. Visitors will step back in time as they view this eminent American painter’s studio, complete with the original easel, desk, furnace, kitchenette, among other authentic artifacts. Due to limited space, this site is timed-entry; please note that no guided tours will be offered.

Sunday Tour Info: Reservations are required for timed-entry in 30 min blocks, but please note that there is no guided tour.

Since the first OHNY Weekend in 2003, this site is one of almost 50 have participated for 10 or more years. When you visit, please thank them for championing an open city! To see a full list of 15th Anniversary sites, click here.


Reservations for this tour are now sold out. Interested in exploring the studios of famous New York City artists? You may also enjoy the Noguchi Museum, housed in a greeting card factory renovated into gallery and workspace by famed sculpture Isamu Noguchi, which requires no reservations! Click on the site’s name to check out its Open Access listing.


Image Credit: New York University