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Edward Hopper's 'Automat'

In a lonely place

In Hopper's art, film noir, and elsewhere, solitude is All-American

By Mark Feeney
Globe Staff / July 8, 2007

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There aren't all that many candidates for favorite American painter. Winslow Homer? Norman Rockwell? Andrew Wyeth? Factor in artistic achievement, and none of them -- not even Homer -- quite rivals Edward Hopper . Note the size of the crowds at the Museum of Fine Arts for the large Hopper retrospective that runs through Aug. 19. A great American artist, ... (Full article: 1522 words)

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