Edward Hopper American, 1882-1967, Nighthawks
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Gas, 1940 by Edward Hopper The highway apparently ends here, disappearing into the woods - not a promising location for a gas station. The last car seems to have passed long ago; the attendant is shutting down the pump, and soon will turn off the lights and lock up for the night. Hopper's painting represents a borderline situation. It is set at the frontier between day and night, between civilization and nature. The gas station has the appearance of a last outpost.
Gas, 1940 by Edward Hopper
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