Edward Hopper & Marshall's House Edward Hopper & Marshall's House is a short visit through five generations of a family's history, focusing on the artist who captured their home one sunny Fall morning in 1932. Edward Hopper revolutionized the illustration of light for artists in the 20th century. His painting of the Marshall house in South Truro, MA., Cape Cod is perhaps the most telling instance of his technique. A meditative short film, Edward Hopper & Marshall’s House presents how the concept of family and an artist’s work can reach beyond the confines of a period.
John Marshall, Jr., Bob Burnett and Susan Jaeger Marshall at the NovaFest screening