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An Interesting Analysis of Edward Hopper's Nighthawks


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American realist painter and Manhattan resident Edward Hopper created many iconic images of life in America, both urban and rural. Hopper generally painted simple, restrained scenes, yet he worked during some of the country's most chaotic, tumultuous times; throughout the Great Depression and both world wars.

In this video, YouTuber the Nerdwriter analyzes one of Hopper's most recognized paintings, Nighthawks. Learn some interesting facts and circumstances surrounding the creation of this painting, as well as insights about the artist in general that shed light on his works. Via Esquire


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It's funny, but I always saw the diner as a refuge against the outside loneliness of the street. The diner is inviting to the passer-by, even though there is no community or joy to be found inside it. You know that you can buy pie and coffee for just a little money, and so have a 'place' to be in the night. It's an anonymous kind of belonging, but comforting in its impersonality.
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