The Birth — and Ongoing Life — of Edward Hopper’s “Nighthawks”

There are certain things in our lives that are so well known, for so long, they become almost too obvious. Of course, this extends to works of art too. They can become so famous that they get absorbed into our collective subconscious, where they can further trickle into all kinds of places.  [Produced for the American Icons series of PRI‘s “Studio 360“.]

Edward Hopper, “Nighthawks” (1942). [Art Institute of Chicago]

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