Edward Hopper’s final painting on view at the Currier Museum in N.H.

President Barack Obama looks at the Edward Hopper paintings now displayed in the Oval Office. “Cobb's Barns, South Truro,’’ top, and “Burly Cobb’s House, South Truro,’’ are on loan from the Whitney Museum of American Art. (Photo: Chuck Kennedy)
President Barack Obama looks at the Edward Hopper paintings now displayed in the Oval Office. “Cobb's Barns, South Truro,’’ top, and “Burly Cobb’s House, South Truro,’’ are on loan from the Whitney Museum of American Art. (Photo: Chuck Kennedy) –(Photo: Chuck Kennedy)

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — Edward Hopper’s final painting is on view at the Currier Museum of Art.

“Two Comedians,” showing the artist and his wife taking a bow onstage, once belonged to singer Frank Sinatra.

Hopper painted the work in 1966 at age 83, when he and his wife were seriously ill. He died the following year.

Museum curator Kurt Sundstrom said it is a somber reflection of two people alone on a dark stage. He said, “They have a presence, but it’s a presence of people who will soon disappear.”

“Two Comedians” will be on display at the Currier Museum of Art until January 2020. It is accompanied by other works by Hopper and his contemporaries, on the theme of theatre and life in the American city.