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The Whitney Museum's "Modern Life: Edward Hopper and His Time" is as much a chronicle of the artist's contribution to the evolution of American art as it is a story of the institution's development of its collection.
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A Master in a Lesser Crowd
The Whitney Museum's "Modern Life: Edward Hopper and His Time" is as much a chronicle of the artist's contribution to the evolution of American art as it is a story of the institution's development of its collection.
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