ⓘ Gas (painting)

Gas (painting)

ⓘ Gas (painting)

The subject was a composite of several gas stations Hopper had visited. According to Hoppers wife, the gas station motif was something he had wanted to paint for a long time. Hopper struggled with the painting. He had begun to produce new paintings at a slower rate than before, and had trouble finding suitable gas stations to paint. Hopper wanted to paint a station with the lights lit above the pumps, but the stations in his area only turned the lights on when it was pitch dark outside, to save energy.

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