Mark Strand, former U.S. poet laureate, trains his critic's eye on 23 of Edward Hopper's most famous works. With tremendous insight he examines and debunks the heretofore limited view of the gifted American realist. Reaching beyond the obvious themes of alienation and solitude that permeate Hopper's work, Strand presents a view of the chronicler of everyday spaces and scenes that brings clarity and understanding to the temperamental soul whose memorable work continues to enthrall 50 years later.
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Published July 1, 1995
by Ecco Pr.
History, Arts & Photography.