Three Things: Solitude Edition, II
I’ve written before on the beauty of solitude, and I think it’s time for another moment of solitary reflection.
Last time, I featured the work of Edward Hopper to showcase those lost-in-thought moments. This week, I’ve pulled from a few of his contemporaries; behold: three mid-century solo thinkers. Let’s join them with our own wandering minds, yes?
Andrew Wyeth, Sandspit, 1953. Egg tempera on masonite. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Esther Bubley for the OWI, April 1943, Washington D.C. Photograph. Via Shorpy.
Alex Colville, Man on Verandah, 1953. Glazed tempera on board.