For whatever reason, recently several folks have asked where they may find my essays on Edward Hopper. There are two. One may be found in The Tentacle here: Edward Hopper: Poet of the ordinary
And another was posted here: Originally posted September 10, 2007
Kevin E. Dayhoff
Edward Hopper's "Nighthawks," 1942, oil on canvas, depicts a voyeuristic portrayal of ambiguous urban alienation and impersonalization as three customers and a soda jerk spend time together in the harsh glare of artificial light in the middle of the night.
The voyeuristic stark world of American Scene realist artist Edward Hopper was recently displayed at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.
August 15, 2007
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