I Love Edward Hopper's Paintings

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    Loneliness In A Crowd

    In almost all his paintings, there is a prevailing theme of human isolation in urban settings. Even if there are two or more people in his paintings, they seem disconnected from each other (the most famous being Nighthawks). There's a painting he did called "Summer Evening" in...
    moonwatcher321 moonwatcher321
    51-55, F
    Oct 1, 2012

    One of a Kind

    his work is awesome, unique, and mentally/emotionally/visually appealing to me. i can get lost in one of his pieces, such as City Sunlight. the images speak volumes about isolation & relationships. beautifully deep and real.
    chriblsm chriblsm
    36-40, F
    1 Response Jan 10, 2009

    Why People Love Edward Hopper Paintings

    I've read a lot about Edward Hopper's paintings, and I think art critics who think that his appeal is somehow "American" or provincial because many of his subjects were American are totally missing the point of his acceptance and appreciation as an artist. Of course his subjects...
    EarlySundayMorning EarlySundayMorning
    1 Response Apr 2, 2011
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