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My Thoughts – Edward Hopper Review

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As New York bubbled with the hustle and bustle of 1939 underlying currents of national and world politics (as well as financial) were flowing. Today’s art selection is a renown work by Edward Hopper, an American realist painter. I believe much is said in this piece … a female usher, stands poised for her call to duty; a feminine figure cloaked in cinematic uniform ~ obviously enveloped in personal thoughts, she, like America are caught in the inter-war period … […]

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