Edward Hopper "Nighthawks" 1942 A popular reading of the piece focuses on "wartime isolation." But For Hopper, it was about feeling alone in a crowd
Photo by Saul Leiter, Unplanned and unstaged, Mr. Leiter’s photographs are slices fleetingly glimpsed by a walker in the city. Vistas are often seen through rain, snow or misted windows.
Blurred perception, reduction to colors Cultura Inquieta - Saul Leiter
Artist Ewing Paddock - People In The London Underground
Oh Daughter with Ed Fairburn / Cartography