Edward Hopper's Paintings: The Sights You Chose to See

Good ol' Ed Hopper's paintings from the late 20's and early 30's capture an America we can still feel today (even after suburbanization)- one of solitary souls eating at the diner, filling up gas, or sitting on a train. Hopper's Americana could be about loneliness and isolation just as easily as it could be about those beautiful moments when you face the world alone- in the morning- late fall- 5 am at Dunkin' Donuts- with a white moon poking out of the sky. That kinda thing. It's all about the sights you chose to see.

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