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"Summer Evening," 1947. INTERVIEW: An Interview with Edward Hopper, June 17, 1959

"Summer Evening," 1947. INTERVIEW: An Interview with Edward Hopper, June 17, 1959

Film Adaptations of Edward Hopper's Iconic Artworks | AnOther... - a grouped images picture - Pin Them All

Film Adaptations of Edward Hopper's Iconic Artworks | AnOther... - a grouped images picture - Pin Them All

Hopper; sunlight in a cafeteria.

Hopper; sunlight in a cafeteria.

"A realist today must deal with the threat of the bomb, extraordinary materialist and Philistine values, a hypocritical government, and a generally vulgar environment. Consequently, the subject matter of a realist painter must capture the feeling of isolation, the tension of nothing happening. The suspended animation. The frozenness one feels when confronted with this environment." --JR

"A realist today must deal with the threat of the bomb, extraordinary materialist and Philistine values, a hypocritical government, and a generally vulgar environment. Consequently, the subject matter of a realist painter must capture the feeling of isolation, the tension of nothing happening. The suspended animation. The frozenness one feels when confronted with this environment." --JR

Jim Holland. Look at the glowing edges on the light falling on the wall. Beautiful.

Jim Holland. Look at the glowing edges on the light falling on the wall. Beautiful.

by Edward Hopper

by Edward Hopper

Edward Hopper // framed solitude

Edward Hopper // framed solitude

"Coffee", Edward Hopper. https://www.artexperiencenyc.com/social_login/?utm_source=pinterest_medium=pins_content=pinterest_pins_campaign=pinterest_initial

"Coffee", Edward Hopper. https://www.artexperiencenyc.com/social_login/?utm_source=pinterest_medium=pins_content=pinterest_pins_campaign=pinterest_initial

Edward Hopper | automat 1927 This is another work by Hopper that depicts a time when a lot of people were moving out of small towns and into big cities to live and work. This meant that more people were living in isolation as they didn't know anyone, so even in a city filled with millions a person could be alone. Why is this woman alone at night? Is she waiting? Has she been waiting a long time? Hopper also does a good job at depicting time with the contrast between artificial light and…

Edward Hopper | automat 1927 This is another work by Hopper that depicts a time when a lot of people were moving out of small towns and into big cities to live and work. This meant that more people were living in isolation as they didn't know anyone, so even in a city filled with millions a person could be alone. Why is this woman alone at night? Is she waiting? Has she been waiting a long time? Hopper also does a good job at depicting time with the contrast between artificial light and…

Gas by Edward Hopper (1940). To me, this painting represents such loneliness. It's as if this man is alone in the world. Hopper could say so much with very little. He is a genius.

Gas by Edward Hopper (1940). To me, this painting represents such loneliness. It's as if this man is alone in the world. Hopper could say so much with very little. He is a genius.