1920s Art. Realism (Hopper) Regionalism (Benton) Modernism (Stella, O’Keefe). Edward Hopper.
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Modernism (Stella, O’Keefe)
Chop Suey (1929) Edward Hopper was an American artist in the 1920s. Two common characteristics in his work show facets of American life, such as gas stations and theaters, and seascapes and rural landscapes. Because feminism was strong in the 1920s, many of his solitary figures are women.
Automat (1927). This painting as often been associated with the concept of urban alienation. One critic has observed that, in a pose typical of Hopper's melancholic subjects, "the woman's eyes are downcast and her thoughts turned inward." (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Automat_(painting))
Edward Hopper, 1942, Oil on Canvas, 33 1/8” x 60”
Yellow Calla (1926)
Black Iris (1926)
Pink Tulip (1926)
Charles Demuth, The Figure 5 in Gold (1928)
Georgia O'Keefe, The Radiator Building--Night, New York (1927)
Joseph Stella, Brooklyn Bridge ←(1920)
Stella, New York Interpreted (1922) ↑
The Yankee Driver (1920)
The Cotton Pickers (1928)
A Typical Building in Florida
Cowan Art Deco Pottery Chickadee Green 1920s
Sterling Silver- 1920s Art Deco 8-sided Guilloche Powder/rouge Compact
The Chrysler Building
1926 Rolls-Royce Phantom