Nighthawks by Edward Hopper

Artist:Edward Hopper
Owner:Art Institute of Chicago
Country of Origin:United States of America
Date of Creation:1942 AD
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This painting is probably Hopper's most famous and depicts several people at an empty diner in the lonely night. Hopper reportedly painted it immediately after the attack on Pearl Harbor, reflecting the loneliness and gloom in the United States at that time. The diner in the painting was originally located in Greenwich Village, but has since been demolished.