2016. április 3., vasárnap

Hotel Room

Edward Hopper (American, 1882-1967): Hotel Room, 1931 (Oil on canvas. Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid) - Hopper, the quintessential realist painter of 20th century America, portrayed the commonplace and made the ordinary poetic. Hopper’s empty places and solitary figures repeatedly suggested pangs of loneliness to a public increasingly interested in psychoanalytic thought and aware of the growing anonymity of contemporary urban life...
“It’s probably a reflection of my own, if I may say, loneliness. I don’t know. It could be the whole human condition.” - Edward Hopper

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