Monday, April 20, 2009
Many of us are familiar with the paintings of the American realist Edward Hopper, but his commercial graphic work is not so well known. Personally I find more satisfaction in this of his work than his well known oeuvre. But that's just me.
Posted by Thomas Haller Buchanan at 10:08 PM
Labels: Edward Hopper
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Bruce Wayne was only about three years old in 1921! What was he doing lurking in the shadows at that age?
Now now you're being literal. And besides, I remember stories of his father as the first Batman. And besides it may have been graphics like these that inspired the young Bob Kane.
I had no idea Hopper did commercial work. Very nice.
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