Edward Hopper | automat 1927 This is another work by Hopper that depicts a time when a lot of people were moving out of small towns and into big cities to live and work. This meant that more people were living in isolation as they didn't know anyone, so even in a city filled with millions a person could be alone. Why is this woman alone at night? Is she waiting? Has she been waiting a long time? Hopper also does a good job at depicting time with the contrast between artificial light and…
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This is probably my favourite Hopper painting. It could be a still from a film. What is the woman thinking? What has just happened? What is going to happen. The red curtains and the stairs beyond are ominous.
Jim Holland. Look at the glowing edges on the light falling on the wall. Beautiful.
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