Edward Hopper (1882-1927) was the most important representational painter the United States of America produced in the twentieth-century.
His work wholly captures the loneliness, alienation, stagnation and spiritual vacuity of modern urban and rural life.
Some then went on to play a leading role in early Soviet culture, when movements like Constructivism seemed to chime in the utopian ideals of the Communist state.
All experimentation was abruptly curtailed in the early 1930s however, when Stalin started subjugating the arts to ideological control, making Shostakovich a public scapegoat.
In 2014 Libby, driving a red Alfa Romeo followed the route in a more leisurely fashion.
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