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I made this essay using art biographies on WWW Good Report Twentieth-century art is almost indefinable and ironically we can consider that as its definition This makes sense as we live in a world that is in a constantly changing Not only is science changing the outward forms of life but we are beginning to discover the strange centrality of our subconscious desires and fears All this is completely new and unsettling and art naturally reflects it With so many interesting artists some of whom time may justify as of great importance there is only space to touch briefly on those who seem to many observers to be part of the story and not just footnotes Two artists who are not considered footnotes are Edward Hopper and Georgia OKeeffe Thomas Eakins and Winslow Homer may have influenced the course of future art in the United States during the twenties and thirties but Edward Hopper and Georgia OKeeffe emerged as the inspirational new painters of distinct American traditions Hoppers work was strongly realist his still precise images of gloom and loneliness reflected the social mood of the times OKeeffes art was more abstract often based on enlarged plants and flowers and infused with a kind of surrealism she referred to as magical realism She may not have been a great painter but her art was highly influential Edward Hopper was born in 1882 and died in New York in 1967 He worked as an illustrator yet Hopper preferred not to paint people This is perhaps why his cityscapes are so evocative lacking of people and filled with the emptiness of night of shadow of solitude Maybe I am not very human he once said What I wanted to do was to paint sunlight on the side of a house Hopper loved ships as a boy and spent
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