Edward Hopper's Art Analysis

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Based on the researched carried out it was said that Hopper’s was one of the eminent artistic in the history of American Painters. The essay will answer the question that said how the modern American city is portrayed in Edward Hopper’s paintings. Firstly it will discuss Representation of dream and reality on how he want people to believe that dream informed the conceal part of internal life. How the modern city portray him as prominent traditional designers in the history of America, which allow colour to display in images forms. His speculation was full of Fantasy instead of fact. The idea of freedom and maturity was one of the significant ways in which Hopper’s was viewed. Capitalism was also one of his major anxieties Hopper’s focused on how human …show more content…
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