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With his deserted urban landscapes and isolated figures, Edward Hopper has burst back into the limelight as the artist of the coronavirus age. In this article Writer’s Relief found on The Guardian, the idea that “we are all Edward Hopper paintings now” has gained traction as people self-isolate during the pandemic. If you’re feeling especially sequestered while you write, perhaps an Edward Hopper painting can provide some inspiration for your work!
Read more about solitude and creativity, and see some of Edward Hopper’s paintings, including the iconic Nighthawks, here.