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Nighthawks by Edward Hopper

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On 22 Dec 2009 wrote:

According to Wikipedia, "The scene was inspired by a diner (since demolished) in Greenwich Village, Hopper's home neighborhood in Manhattan. The now-vacant lot is known as Mulry Square, at the intersection of Seventh Avenue South, Greenwich Avenue, and West 11th Street." See

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Where: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL map

When: 1942.

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