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The second version of Anders Zorn's 1892 Paris bus painting, "Omnibus II." (Courtesy Gardner Museum)

The second version of Anders Zorn's 1892 Paris bus painting, "Omnibus II." (Courtesy Gardner Museum)

This Is the Modern World. Illustrations by Jean Jullien from his first solo show ‘Allo?’ http://www.justaplatform.com/jean-jullien/

This Is the Modern World. Illustrations by Jean Jullien from his first solo show ‘Allo?’ http://www.justaplatform.com/jean-jullien/

For his book, On The Night Bus, street photographer Nick Turpin took a series of shots of Londoners travelling through the night. Turpin spent two winters at Elephant and Castle, capturing passengers make their way through the night.

For his book, On The Night Bus, street photographer Nick Turpin took a series of shots of Londoners travelling through the night. Turpin spent two winters at Elephant and Castle, capturing passengers make their way through the night.

Painting by Edward Hopper - love all Hopper - but especially this one as I love traveling on trains

Painting by Edward Hopper - love all Hopper - but especially this one as I love traveling on trains

Edward Hopper, page 25 from Artist’s ledger—Book III, 1924–67. Ink, graphite, and colored pencil on paper, 12 3/16 × 7 5/8 in. (31 × 19.4 cm). Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; gift of Lloyd Goodrich 96.210a-hhhh

Edward Hopper, page 25 from Artist’s ledger—Book III, 1924–67. Ink, graphite, and colored pencil on paper, 12 3/16 × 7 5/8 in. (31 × 19.4 cm). Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; gift of Lloyd Goodrich 96.210a-hhhh

"A realist today must deal with the threat of the bomb, extraordinary materialist and Philistine values, a hypocritical government, and a generally vulgar environment. Consequently, the subject matter of a realist painter must capture the feeling of isolation, the tension of nothing happening. The suspended animation. The frozenness one feels when confronted with this environment."  --JR

"A realist today must deal with the threat of the bomb, extraordinary materialist and Philistine values, a hypocritical government, and a generally vulgar environment. Consequently, the subject matter of a realist painter must capture the feeling of isolation, the tension of nothing happening. The suspended animation. The frozenness one feels when confronted with this environment." --JR

Edward Hopper? Looks more like a photo recreation; bedspread does not have the choppy quality of Hopper's style.Compare to Morning Sun 1952

Edward Hopper? Looks more like a photo recreation; bedspread does not have the choppy quality of Hopper's style.Compare to Morning Sun 1952