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Re: Edward Hopper

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Joseph Augusta (jaugusta)
Tue, 14 Dec 1999 14:43:13 -0500

"Lawrence A. Parker/OCCTI" wrote:
, Hopper painted haunting images of lonely, isolated individuals moving through
the dull routines of daily life. He portrayed them occupying cold offices,
decaying houses and desolate hotel rooms. His landscapes of rural or city
settings were bare and starkly etc.


This is the mock-heroic view of Mr. Hopper's paintings, and is to a certain
extent true---but he was not simply a painter of loneliness, losers and lost
lives---he was an accomplished painter of all of the facets of the life of his
time--a witty, talented, intelligent man. My advice: look at the man's entire
body of work rather than the one or two pics that have made it onto neon

Best wishes,

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