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  • The gulf of loneliness and isolation between diner customers is eerily depicted in the noirish “Nighthawks” by Edward Hopper. An American painter who portrayed alienation in everyday life, Hopper based his melancholy “Nighthawks” on a restaurant in New York’s Greenwich Village. Hopper’s frank work influenced pop art and the representational revival.
Item #917429
Edward Hopper
33" x 21"
OptionFramed Art Print
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