Sunlight in a Cafeteria 1958 Edward Hopper
It was painted in 1958 and portrays a quiet moment of tension between a man and a woman in a sunlit, nearly empty cafeteria. In contrast to Hopper's famous"Nighthawks," this daytime scene on a quiet side street captures the anticipation before a potential connection. The solitary figures, bathed in sunlight and shadow, convey unspoken desires, inviting viewers to ponder the nuanced narratives of human interaction in the transient moments of daily life.
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- Printed on 300 gr matt coated paper.
- The design is surrounded by a white border.
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- Packaged and sent in a durable tube.