Also on these boards
Edward Hopper. I like the diner, the gas station, and various landscapes of Hopper, but this one reflects something more meaningful to me. It illustrates the person trapped within the mundane four grey walls of dissatisfaction. Interesting that the window frames are windowless. I think this means that the trapped man has an easy escape from the mundane.
Edward Hopper, study drawing and notes for his painting Intermission. Interesting note: Josephine often made commentary in Edward's notebooks and recorded his sales.