I Look At This Painting Everyday

Pennsylvania coal town (1947) by Edward Hopper. Oil on canvas. Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH, US. Source Wiki Art

For a few years now, I’ve had a postcard of this painting tacked to my study wall. It’s called Pennsylvania coal town and it was made by Edward Hopper in 1947.

Whenever I stop my work and look up at this painting, I can’t help but feel that Hopper…

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Art writer, critic, novelist, artist. See my links at https://linktr.ee/cpjones

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Christopher P Jones

Christopher P Jones

Art writer, critic, novelist, artist. See my links at https://linktr.ee/cpjones

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