This poster depicts isolated figures in an administrative setting. Edward Hopper's paintings call to mind the opening scene of a detective novel or a theatrical stage before the curtain rises, his paintings are filled with drama waiting to unfold. In spite of Hopper's reluctance to assign it a specific narrative content, the painting is full of clues pointing to the complexity of male/female dynamics in the workplace. In the making of Office at Night, he was concerned primarily with depicting the various sources of light in the painting.
- Poster size 24 x 33 inches
- Collection Walker Art Center, Minneapolis
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